Hope Restored Recovery Home
Hope Restored Recovery Home is a faith-based recovery home in Starke County, Indiana. It is focused on helping those who suffer from substance use disorder change their lives through structure and love. It is still in the beginning stages of creation.
Projected opening Mid-2019
Restoring hope for individuals suffering from drug and alcohol abuse by providing a loving, structured environment along with rehabilitative programming and recovery support.
Hope Restored in the News
The latest about us in the News
Workday update 12-28-2018
Zach on WKVI 12-26-2018
Steve Purtha spoke with WKVI
Zach on WKVI 8-21-2018
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MEET OUR TEAM
Passionately committed to assisting each and every customer to a living sober life.
Megan grew up in Plainfield, Indiana with her mom. At the age of 18, Megan began using drugs and at 19, became addicted to heroin. After two years of addiction, she entered a treatment facility and fought for a year and a half to overcome her addiction.
Since then, Megan has committed her life to helping people who struggle with substance abuse and addiction.…
Steve resides in LaPorte, IN and is the owner of the Hope Restored building where the Hope Restored Halfway House will be located.
When he was 13 years old, Steve decided that he wanted to somehow make a difference in the lives of people who were homeless and hurting. He waited patiently, and was presented the opportunity to buy a large, dilapidated building in North Judson, IN.…
Davey is 22 years old and lives in North Judson, Indiana.
He currently lives and works in the Hope Restored building as a head brewer at Bottleneck Solutions.
He is passionate about hurting people and rehabilitation, specifically through wellness and nutrition.
Jesse has lived in Starke County for the past 25 years. He graduated from Knox High School and then went on to get a Bachelor’s degree in education from Bethel College.
He worked at Knox High School for two years, and then taught for three years at an alternative high school in Knox called The Crossing.…
Wendy’s current role is the Intercultural Programs Liaison at the Center for Intercultural Learning, Mentorship, Assessment, and Research (CILMAR), housed in International Programs, Purdue University.
As a resident in Starke County for the past 30 years, she has had a lot of experience relating to families in many capacities.
Her passion is to help make a difference in others’ lives increased as she saw different statistics and general poverty while working as the Executive Director for Love INC, and serving as a CASA in Starke County.…
Annette grew up in Starke County and graduated from North Judson San-Pierre High School. She graduated from Indiana University South Bend with a degree in Business and Marketing. In 1999, the Prosecuting Attorney received a grant to add a Victim Advocate to the office and Annette was offered the job. Dealing with victims of crime as well as a criminal justice system was challenging.…
Todd has been working at Porter-Starke Services since November 2000 and has been serving children and their families for over 20 years. During this time period he has worked with a variety of children, adolescents, and their families in a number of setting including schools, hospitals, residential, day treatment, outpatient and the juvenile detention setting.…
Ronald Floyd Garrison was born on August 22, 1968 is the city of Gary, Indiana to Darlene Alice Garrison and Arthur F Garrison. He has one brother, Scott A Garrison and one son Zachary W. Garrison.
He lives in South Haven Indiana with his Fiancée & Soulmate Latisha Swier, they are currently planning a Wedding.
Ronald Garrison has worked in the computer industry since early 1982 while still attending high school.…