Dedicated to the memory of Christopher Occhipinti, Christopher House of Hope (CHOH) provides prevention, education and support services through a continuum of care to individuals and families to achieve abstinence-based recovery while they re-earn their place in society. CHOH has assisted over 7,000 people in the last 10 years.
CHOH not only offers housing but also education and recovery support services in a structured environment. CHOH also provides the tools needed for employment and transportation to the employment.
This program best suits the needs of non-violent persons released from incarceration, those recovering from drug or alcohol addiction, people who are tired of living the homeless lifestyle or anyone in need of a new start in life with nowhere to turn.
CHOH currently offers services in several states, and is expanding the program to meet the needs of communities across the nation.
The following services are offered from 90 to 365 days:
As long as an individual has a minimum of an 8th grade education and a STRONG desire to change their lifestyle and thinking, they can be apart of the program. For more information, please visit "housing."