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Hope Center For Women


Hope Center for Women - 1716 Rosa L. Parks Blvd. Nashville, TN 37208. (615) 312-1574.



   Julie Branham Coordinator

Julie Branham Coordinator

6:30 PM Hope Center For Women Chapel Service (615) 312-1574

1716 Rosa L. Parks Blvd. Nashville, TN 37208.

2017 Schedule

January 24:  Soul Choir

February 28: Morgan McClanahan

March 28: Soul Choir

Aril 25: Judy Paster

May 23: Soul Choir

June 27: Hope Loftis

July 25: Soul Choir

August 22: Hope Loftis

September 26: Soul Choir

October 24: Morgann McClanahan David

November 28: Soul Choir

December 26: Forsythe and Friends

I was hoping you could help me secure musicians for our Mother's Day Banquet. The event is on Saturday 5/13 at 10a. They will be responsible for 20-25 minutes of the service. Thank you!





Jean M Lazenby

Assistant Director

Women's Guest Services


The Hope Center is approximately a seven-month, Biblically based life recovery program for women, with

emphasis on alcohol and drug recovery. No charges are made for this service.


The program consists of four levels. The first phase is Gateway,

which begins in the Family Life Center.

Gateway is a minimum of two weeks, but can be somewhat longer depending on space in the Hope Center. The

second phase, combined with Gateway, will be at least two months. Phases three and four last approximately

60 days each. During Phase Four, job/school search can begin. A person is eligible to graduate after

employment is secured and/or housing is in place. To reside in Transition after graduation may be an option

upon approval.


For the women who bring their children into the Center with them, school age children go to a local school,

while preschoolers are enrolled in local daycare programs.


The Center has a classroom, computer room/library, activity/television rooms, kitchenette, laundry facilities,

and a playground with a basketball goal. The adjacent shelter (Family Life Center) houses the chapel, dining

room and Gateway. Three meals a day are provided as well as clothing and personal hygiene items. The

mothers have a private room with their children, while single women share a room with another lady and

sometimes two. Each room has its own private bath. Clients’ families may visit weekly on weekends.


The clients participate in recovery classes, as well as GED/basic adult education, spiritual formation, parenting,

budgeting, and nutrition classes. There is also individual counseling, support group meetings, scheduled

sessions with a Resident Advocate/Case Manager and chapel. Work assignments are distributed daily. Special

events are scheduled for therapeutic socialization.


The staff meets weekly to evaluate the client’s progress. Each client is expected to demonstrate a serious

attitude, responsible actions, and individual progress in order to move through the program.


The Hope Center program is for the client who realizes that she needs time away from the people, places and

situations that contribute to her addiction or other life-dominating problems. She wants to learn how to break

the destructive tendencies and addictive cycle and replace them with a meaningful, purposeful life.

Julie Branham Coordinator

6:30 PM Hope Center For Women Chapel Service (615) 312-1574

Tuesday March 28th 2016

1716 Rosa L. Parks Blvd. Nashville, TN 37208.

1/24  Soul Choir

2/28  Morgan McClanahan

3/28  Soul Choir

4/25  Judy Pastor

5/23  Soul Choir

6/27  Hope Loftis

7/25  Soul Choir

8/22  Hope Loftis

9/26  Janelle Means

10/24  Morgan McClanahan

11/28  Soul Choir

12/26  The Forsythe Music Team

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