For men and women struggling with addiction, we provide year long recovery communities. Our hope is rooted in the life-changing power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and from that source we seek to meet not only the physical needs of our guests but spiritual needs as well.


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Men’s Breakout Recovery Program

The Breakout Recovery Community is a year-long addiction recovery program for men.

The goal of the program is to provide men with supportive community, structure and accountability to help them make positive changes in their lives.

Men are admitted to the program on a continual basis and are provided with counseling, access to recreation and transitional housing.


Women’s Wellspring Recovery Program

Wellspring is a one-year addiction recovery program for women. It is faith-based and open to all women who have a desire to make changes in their lives, and who are able to understand and participate in an interactive learning experience.

Over the year, women discover who they are, being clean and sober, and are introduced to Jesus Christ, who they can have a relationship with that will carry them through life. They are provided with opportunities to develop self-esteem, and can begin building on their new sense of identity. Courses aim to build practical life skills such as healthy boundaries in relationships, conflict resolution techniques, and cognitive therapy methods.

Near the end of the program, women set goals and plan for their transition back to the community, and are assisted in finding housing and employment before leaving the program, with the option for follow-up support after graduation, if desired.

If you are interested in Wellspring, please contact our admissions team:

Phone: 780-453-3412 or 780-422-2018 (ext.203)




Change doesn’t happen alone. We all need help, from others and from God, for lasting life transformation.

Hope Mission chaplains provide a listening ear, prayer and spiritual guidance for Hope Mission guests and staff.

In difficult times, such as the death of a loved one or a serious illness, the care of our chaplains becomes especially valuable to our guests.