Since Hope House opened in North Wales in April 1996, it has been offering women the opportunity to break free from long term drug and alcohol addiction and to re-engage with the normal course of everyday life. The founder and first manager was Audrey Rankin whose pioneering spirit and total commitment to her call from God means that Hope House is one of the most successful female residential drug ministries in the UK. Since Audrey tragically died in 2003 her book “Treasures of Hope” has been an inspiration to many. A second book “Voices of Hope” by Fiona Fallon tells the stories of a number of women who have made the journey from the depths of despair to a life of true liberty. Come and hear some of these inspiring stories as we welcome a group from Hope House to The Key.
AN EVENING OF INSPIRING STORIES FROM HOPE HOUSE
Teen Challenge is built on and driven by Christian values and beliefs, which clearly show how precious and loved each individual is. We take this message to young people whose lives are messed up, who have lost all sense of self worth, self esteem and often the will to live. Everybody deserves the opportunity to live free and to become everything they were created to be.
Hope House is one of the most successful female residential programmes in the UK. Since Hope House opened up in April 1996 hundreds of young women have been helped by this centre based in South Wales and the staff has seen many families restored.