Our Director, Kim Kilpatrick, recently spoke at the Alabama Pardon & Parole Conference in Orange Beach AL. Hundreds of Parole Officers, Wardens, Probation Officers and many from Law Enforcement were there to hear about what a successful recovery home  can do for women leaving the state prison system. Great Job Kim we are proud of you!
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Our non-profit organization is dedicated to aiding women with recovery from addictions. We were established in 2007 in the heart of Marshall Co Alabama. Our county is  known nationally as METH MOUNTAIN and our community is struggling to over come the stigma and damage drugs are having on our families.
Many of the women that have graduated from our program are back on their feet and mending their lives. 

          Your support help change the lives of these women and our community.

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Eagle Watching!

We are very lucky to 
live in an area that this magnificent bird wants 
to raise it's young. Our girls couldn't wait to witness first hand the birds in their natural habitat. We counted
8 soaring overhead!  What an experience 
to see one of God's greatest creations and learn about one of the most resilient creatures on earth. Many lessons learned from these animals
    The group ready for an afternoon of Eagle watching.
 Our home has a new roof! God is good and has blessed us with all the materials donated by ALL AMERICAN We can't express our heart felt thanks enough.  May God Bless your company for your giving heart.
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Kim with Warden Cullver
      of Holman Prison
Self Defense Classes
Violence and abuse against young women and girls are high. The numbers are horrific: 1 in 4 becomes a sexual assault victim, 1 in 3 face dating abuse, and too many encounter random violence, date rape drugs, hate crimes, or traffickers. We believe every girl has the right to live a life free of fear, abuse, or violence. Thanks to Dave Atwelll of the Albertville Police Department and Phillip Smith of the MC Sheriff Dept. for volunteering their time to teach self defense moves to our ladies of HOH.
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A special Thank You to Mary Kay for an evening of make up tips and facials.
We had a day of fun and fellowship.  thank you all that played in our tournament we hope you will share our cause next year and invite your friends to play.  
    Another Golf Tournament packed up until next year! The Annual 
    House of Hope Golf Classic
was a huge success!
Fundraiser for the House of Hope Men's Home.