Our esteemed leader and founder of Mahala’s Hope, Sandy Hardie, is preparing for her retirement. She remains immensely dedicated to the mission and will stay on with the organization through the search and into the future in a new role. If you are interested in learning more about the Executive Director position, click here.
Providing A Holistic Approach To Recovery
“The most beautiful people we have known are those who have known defeat, known suffering,
known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths.”
– Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
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.
Mahala’s Hope transforms lives through nature-based healing programs of recovery.