ABOUT HEART OF HANNAH OUTREACH CENTER
Located in Travelers Rest, South Carolina, Heart of Hannah Outreach Center is a faith-based residential recovery program for women struggling with addiction and/or mental illness. According to the facility’s website, the Center boasts a success rate of eight out of 10 clients. Detox is not available on-site — all clients must be sober and fully detoxed upon admission.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
Treatment at Heart of Hannah is holistic and designed to address all areas of a woman’s life, including the physical, social, mental, spiritual, occupational, and educational areas.
Based on Biblical principles, the six-month program is highly structured. Clients receive individual case management services, attend regular Bible study classes, and participate in weekly groups on topics such as relapse prevention, co-dependency, stress management, 12-step methodology, employment skills, and family dynamics. Outside G.E.D classes are also offered.
Each resident is assigned a monthly chore and is responsible for keeping their personal area neat and clean. After four week in the program, each client must find and maintain employment.
The facility’s website notes that Heart of Hannah is staffed 24 hours a day. The treatment team includes the Center’s founder, house supervisors, and evening volunteers.
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
The 11-bed facility maintains strict guidelines — clients are allowed one 15-minute phone call each Sunday to family only. Phones, computers, and any personal music devices are prohibited, and television hours are limited.
Residents live in single-bed, dorm-style rooms. The facility has a day room with a TV, movies, and reading material, a snack room with games, and a laundry room.
WHAT ALUMNI SAY
C.S., the one alum surveyed by Best-rehabs.com at the time of this writing, gave Heart of Hannah a mostly positive review, awarding the facility four or five out of five stars for its treatment effectiveness, its affordability, its cleanliness, and its faith-based programming, as well as its staff’s level of training and experience. The reviewer gave the Center lower scores of two or three stars for its holistic offerings, its leisure, exercise, and extracurricular options, its family participation, its 12-step programming, and its treatment of.
On Facebook, the facility received an average rating of 4.9 out of five stars based on 15 reviews, including one from Tessa who wrote: “Nothing but love, compassion, and thankfulness that HOH exists.”
According to the facility’s website, the cost of treatment is $125 per week.