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Statistical outcomes are updated regularly and accurate.  

As of December 31, 2013 Hope for Tomorrow, Inc. has provided 8,662 bed/days of service in our permanent supportive housing program, and over 2,908 hours of psychosocial relapse prevention education to individuals with substance use and compulsive gambling disorders.

 

  (2012)

Hope for Tomorrow, Inc. provided 9.442 bed/days of service in our permanent supportive housing program, and over 4,777 hours of psychosocial relapse prevention education to individuals with substance use and compulsive gambling disorders.

 
     
  (2011)

Hope for Tomorrow, Inc. provided 10,312 bed/days of service in our permanent supportive housing program, and over 4,948 hours of psychosocial relapse prevention education to individuals with substance use and compulsive gambling disorders.

 
     
 

(2010)

Hope for Tomorrow, Inc. provided over 9,532 bed/days of service in our permanent supportive housing program, and over 4,296 hours of psychosocial relapse prevention education to individuals with substance use and compulsive gambling disorders.

 

 
 

 (2009)

Hope for Tomorrow, Inc. provided over 9,249 bed/days of service in our permanent supportive housing program, and over 2,657 hours of psychosocial relapse prevention education to individuals with substance use and compulsive gambling disorders.

 

 
 

Graphs accurate as of February 25, 2013

 
     
   
     
   
     
   
     

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For more information, please send an email to Hope For Tomorrow
Licensed and funded in part by the Illinois Department of Human Services,
Division of Alcohol & Substance Abuse (DASA)
Member of the Illinois Association of Extended Care (IAEC)