Providing a Holistic Approach to Recovery

Mahala’s Hope serves women who have already received primary treatment for substance abuse but still need assistance before rejoining their communities. Our transitional recovery residence boasts a holistic, nature-based approach as well as an equine component through which the women learn about themselves by working with horses. We also offer equine workshops to other specific groups and provide out-patient therapy.

Our Mission

Mahala’s Hope transforms lives through nature-based healing programs of recovery.
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How We Help

Transitional Recovery Residence

Our transitional recovery residence boasts a holistic, nature-based approach as well as an equine component through which the women learn about themselves by working with horses. Residents often form a sisterhood, finding camaraderie while building support systems during their time together.

Equine Experiential Workshops

Mahala’s Hope offers equine experiential workshops for a variety of groups in the region. Participants engage in various ground activities, such as observing, grooming, haltering and leading horses. Workshops range from a single day to a four-to-six-week program.

Outpatient Counseling

Mahala's Hope offers individual outpatient counseling sessions. These are tailored to meet the needs of the individual needs of the client, regardless of whether they have stayed at our transitional recovery residence. We also offer a support group for women in recovery called "Creating Hope".
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Testimonials

“I discovered my ability to come up with creative ideas and solutions to problems. With my mind more relaxed, I could think more clearly.”

Former Client of Mahala’s Hope

Equine Experiential Workshops

“I own my decisions—whether to change and grow or stay the same. It is nobody else’s fault or blame if I am not happy with my life.”

Former Client of Mahala’s Hope

Transitional Recovery Residence

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Support our mission of providing a safe place where women can reside following their primary treatment.

 
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