Mental Health Program
Substance use disorder, mental illness, or the loss of a job,
Serious and persistent mental illness is a contributing factor to over 25 percent of those suffering from homelessness. It prevents them from carrying out the simple but essential tasks that would allow them to live independently.
The Hope Center’s mental health professionals reach out to men who are homeless because of chronic mental illness and give them access to the comprehensive mental health care that they desperately need. Dedicated staff members, with help from New Vista, offer a diverse mix of rehabilitation services that provide each client with effective treatment options tailored to meet his individual needs.
Those dealing with mental illness often require services after their stay at the Hope Center. That’s why the Mental Health team not only helps clients secure permanent housing but also provides ongoing support, including payee services and counseling, to help ensure their success in the long run.
For more information, contact Shawn Luchtefeld at 859-543-2222 or email@example.com.
360 W. Loudon Ave. Lexington, KY 40508
Hyde Hope Health Clinic: 859-225-5035
(For Men's Recovery Program intake, call the Emergency Shelter and ask for Intake)
Men's Recovery Intake Number
Women's Recovery Intake Number
Donations & volunteers
The Hope Center is a 501c3 non-profit organization.
For all donations or volunteer assistance contact the Development Department at 859-721-0144.
For Men’s Emergency Shelter and Recovery Program questions and intake call 859-252-7881.
For Women’s Recovery Program intake call 859-252-2002.
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Last Updated: 5/23/2022