Project Hope for Women & Children is an 18-unit single-family apartment complex established in 1997 located at the corner of 7th Ave & 10th St. Each apartment has either 2 or 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, a large living area, and kitchenette.
For nearly a decade, Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine and Marshall Health have been caring for women suffering from substance use disorder and their children in our clinics and teaching hospitals. Our newest initiative, in partnership with the Huntington City Mission, is Project Hope for Women and Children, which bridges the gap in the continuum of care and offers hope of a brighter future for mothers and their families on the road to recovery. As a comprehensive treatment facility for women and their children, Project Hope provides onsite peer and residential support, life skills training and mental health services.
For more information about Project Hope, in-kind gifts or volunteer opportunities contact:
Jessica B. Tackett, Project Director
304-696-HOPE (4673), [email protected]