The RHP is a Missouri Department of Mental Health certified, NARR certified and 501 (c)(3) Non-Profit Organization dedicated to assisting ex-offenders adjust to the re-entry process by providing them with the outpatient substance use/mental health disorder services, recovery housing, and resources to be successful.
The RHP is here to help ex-offenders discover who they are. We work with our clients to help them find their potential after incarceration. We connect our clients to resources and assist them in finding employment. We assist in making the transition easier by offering counseling and peer services in order to keep our clients from feeling overwhelmed by this process.
The RHP offers housing to clients that are dealing with everything from substance use disorders, mental health disorders and are in the reentry process. RHP does not expect people that are struggling to be perfect. We know that addiction and mental health issues are difficult , so we offer alternatives to our clients that are struggling.
The RHP offers treatment for those that are struggling with substance use disorders and mental health disorders. For our housing program clients we offer the treatment as part of the housing program. We do this so that clients do not have to choose between being able to afford treatment or housing. They should be able to get both if it is needed.
Restoration of Hope Project visited the Veterans Coming Home Center to perform some outreach. We were there to assist clients with getting the resources they need to be successful.
We are excited to be awarded a contract with the Department of Corrections for the Community Reentry Project. We will be using both our Treatment and Housing to provide services for people leaving incarceration. This is the first time this type of contract has been awarded outside of the St. Louis and Kansas City metro areas.
The RHP is excited to announce that we have opened Treatment based Recovery Housing! Starting July 1, 2020 we will be providing Recovery Housing that Treatment is provided with the program fees.
We were excited to welcome Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt for a visit to our facilities. We were able to sit down with him and discuss our programs and different ideas on how reentry and recovery can be done better in our community. We are fortunate to have an Attorney General that is willing to sit down and hear the concerns of the agencies in our state.