The intensive residential program at Camp Hope aims to provide a more comprehensive peer support and mentoring based healing for those who need more than our Warrior Groups can provide.
There is no other location like it in the United States, and to date over 1,348 Veterans have graduated from the Camp Hope program.
The Facility opened in 2012 and is in a quiet and safe setting in Houston, Texas. As an interim housing facility, Camp Hope offers a minimum of a 6 month program that includes a 2 month transitional program. Residents attend group lessons and support sessions with other combat veterans. They are provided with individual mentoring sessions with certified combat trauma mentors. Participants are also able to go on off-site small group interaction activities trips, such as camping, fishing, sporting events and more. Many are encouraged to get involved with local churches, businesses and volunteer organizations to assist in their personal healing and educating the community on the invisible wounds of war.
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