Meeting Vital Needs
Door to Hope opens the door for people of any age in Monterey County to get the important behavioral health services they need. We also provide the warm, caring support - and hope - they deserve.
More than 40 years ago, we began with one modest recovery program for women in need who were struggling with alcohol and drug problems. Today, we offer ten programs that serve the diverse needs of:
- Infants and young children at risk for trauma and exposure to alcohol and drugs in the womb.
- Adolescents suffering from mental health issues and substance abuse disorders.
- Families struggling with a variety of issues who need mentoring, parenting education, therapy and other support services.
- Single women, pregnant women and mothers with small children who are in recovery from addiction.
- Men and women in outpatient treatment for substance abuse.
Certified Professional Staff
Door to Hope is fully licensed and staffed to handle the complex issues of behavioral health programs. We employ more than 70 treatment staff and 20 mentors. Our professional staff includes:
- Licensed therapists
- Certified addiction counselors
- Parent education and family counselors
- A variety of specialists
Governed by Community Leaders
Door to Hope is a 501(c) 3 non-profit corporation that serves all of Monterey County. We are governed by a volunteer board of community members who are passionate about our mission.
Supported by the Community
Door to Hope receives support from numerous individuals and businesses in the county. We also receive support from foundations and organizations that include First 5 Monterey County, Harden Foundation, Nancy Eccles and Homer M. Hayward Family Foundation, Community Foundation for Monterey County, Swig Foundation, Monterey Peninsula Foundation and the Jane P. McKay Endowment for Door to Hope.