Learn more about the programs we offer.
House of Hope York, PA accepts Teen Girls on an individual basis. Much prayer and consideration is given to each applicant. Generally speaking, we accept troubled Teen Girls with mild to moderate emotional and/or behavioral problems such as defiant behavior, anger issues, anxiety, depression, use of alcohol or drugs, lying, stealing, social or academic problems, expulsion from school, issues relating to past abuse, etc.
How it Works:
Our primary goals are healing and empowerment through family counseling & education, individual counseling, life skills education, academic improvement, and spiritual growth. This is an intensive program that fully immerses the residents in an environment that promotes healing, directly addresses negative thought and behavior patterns, and enables them to experience a mindset shift that ends self-destructive behavior. Parents are REQUIRED to be a part of the program by attending counseling and parenting classes. The Residential Program Provides:
- 24-hour-day adult supervision in a loving environment as they progress through five phases of healing. Most teens live on campus an average of 12 months.
- Weekly individual and group counseling sessions for the teens and their families.
- Weekly counseling sessions for parents.
- Weekly parenting classes.
- Educational program, individualized for each teen, at Hope Academy, Monday – Friday.
- Life skills programs
- Weekly praise and worship services
- Daily quiet time in the morning and evening for devotions
Outpatient Counseling Program
The House of Hope York PA Outpatient Counseling Program is a Christ centered ministry that provides prayer, biblically based counseling, spiritual mentoring and healing. Ministry to the person is also a process for building joy in the person, giving them strength to go on. The whole person is taken into consideration; spirit, soul, heart, and body. Spiritual healing is as important as emotional and physical healing.
The Outpatient Program is open to anyone, concentrating in teen, family, and marriage healing and restoration. Marriage and Family counseling is often comprised of individual counseling in conjunction with group counseling sessions with spouses/family members as the marriage or family moves toward restoration.
We concentrate on the following issues that result in destructive patterns and unhealthy family dynamics:
- Generational Influences
- Healing of past hurts
- Conflict resolution
- Problem Solving