Programs and Services


Committed to Providing Caring Community Services

Are you struggling to overcome adversity in life? Don't worry. HOPE Community Service Inc. is here to provide that extra support you need to focus on your goals and live a balanced life.

Our community services are designed to help individuals and families face the challenges bravely and knock them down through education and innovative training techniques!

Our Community Support Programs

Our community support programs include education, skill development, structured and organized planning, goal development, and rehabilitation. 
We also offer various specialty programs for families, adults, and children. Our specialty programs include:

Cost-Effective Programs

We are a non-profit organization and all our care packages offer great value for money. We strive to keep the costs down without compromising on the quality of care you receive!

Whether you're in need of substance abuse service program or youth transition service program, rely on our committed and highly qualified staff to provide you with the treatment you deserve.

Comprehensive Community Care Programs

At HOPE Community Service Inc., we offer a wide range of community programs focused on the complete care of children, families, and adults. 

Our aim is to provide innovative mental health and addiction programs that are responsive, efficient, and effective in helping people recover from trauma and improve their quality of life.

Mental Health Service Priority
Priority will be given to individuals as follows:

First Priority
  • Individuals with psychosis who have severe or extreme functional impairment.  This includes persons with Bipolar disorder with psychosis, Major Depression with psychotic features, Schizophrenia, and Schizoaffective disorder.
  • Those who pose a danger to self or others as a result of mental illness("imminent" danger is not requirement for outpatient services).
  • Aftercare for persons leaving psychiatric inpatient or crisis units.
  • Persons at risk of institutional placement or homelessness (e.g., mental health, jail, prison, etc.) due to symptoms and behaviors resulting from a serious emotional disturbance or any mental illness.  This includes adults being released from jail/prison or transition age youth who initiated services prior to their 18th birthday or who are aging out of other public systems (e.g., child welfare or juvenile justice).
Second Priority

  • Individuals with diagnostic disorders described above who have mild or moderate impairment.
  • Individuals with major mood disorders. 
  • Individuals with anxiety disorder who have severe or extreme functional impairment.
  • Individuals not otherwise meeting the conditions noted above, but who have a mental illness and have children who are receiving mental health services (for the purpose of promoting the overall health of the entire family and preventing a worsening of the child's situation).
  • Individuals not otherwise meeting the conditions noted above, but who have a mental illness and are victims of domestic violence or other trauma (for the purpose of early intervention due to the potential impact of trauma and preventing exacerbation of the mental illness). This includes military veterans.

Third Priority
  • Individuals with anxiety disorders who have mild or moderate functional impairment.
Fourth Priority
  • Individuals with other diagnoses who meet the ODMHSAS criteria for serious mental illness.
  • Persons meeting the conditions of the First or Second Priority groups will be served. CMHS's will utilize available funding to the maximum extent possible to serve consumers in the other priority groups described above.  However, services to consumers in those lower priority groups may be restricted if funding levels are not sufficient.  
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