Hope Network Behavioral Health Services
Hope Network is a non-profit Christian organization founded in 1963 to provide a greater level of independence through Specialty Health and Community Services. We offer a broad continuum of care in our areas of expertise – the treatment of
brain and spinal cord injuries, mental illness, and developmental disabilities. In addition, Hope Network provides specialized transportation and residential services, as well as job training and placement.
Hope Network cares for the whole person addressing the social, mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.
With corporate offices in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Hope Network provides services in 240 plus communities, by 2,500 staff, to more than 20,000 people annually throughout Michigan.
Hope Network Specialized Residential Services begin with a personalized planning meeting, in which an individual and his or her natural supports work together with our professional staff to establish goals that will enhance the individual’s quality of life.
About Residential Services
Our staff are trained to meet Community Mental Health licensing and CARF accreditation standards and regulations. Licensed Adult Foster Care (AFC) homes offer a full continuum of care with support and service coordination and enhanced health care for adults with a diagnosed developmental disability. The size of our specialized homes ranges from 4 to 8 beds, all of which are located in residential communities across West Michigan.