Who Are We?

About us

Treasure House of Hope Inc. is a 501(c) 3 non-profit Christian Discipleship Training Center that helps men and women who have hit rock bottom. We help those who are lost, hurting, & hopeless and who suffer from substance abuse & mental health issues. We house individuals for one year at no cost to them but a desire to want change. The most important thing is that our participants learn to heal their broken pasts by accepting the love of Jesus Christ. They learn to make sound, moral decisions concerning their lives and those of their families.

Organization History

Founder, Angelia Anderson, became a licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor after beating the odds of drug addiction. She answered her calling in 2000, and immediately became involved in working with women in transition from some of the same life problems she once experienced. In 2008, she married Dwight Anderson and the two agreed that Denver Metro area lacks sufficient resources to help prevent homelessness, recidivism, and non-compliance with court mandates and drug and alcohol related treatment. They opened the doors of their home to women and men from the Colorado Department of Corrections, City and County Drug Courts, and the homeless by offering hope to the hopeless.

Our Services

  • Counseling: Daily groups with a Certified Addiction Counselor. We also offer weekly Recovery In Christ classes which is an addiction support group dealing with substance abuse, inner healing, Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Healthy Relationships.
  • Life Skills: Financial Literacy (Budgeting), Coping with Stress, Health & Nutrition with New Hope Family Chiropractic, Proper Hygiene, and Goal Setting.
  • Referrals to community organizations, medical, dental, vision and legal assistance.
  • Employment/Career Development: Collaboration with Community Support to build work ethics, on-the-job training, employment placement, GED and college opportunities. We have partnered with Cross Purpose to engage our Phase 2 participants in training for a new career.

Criteria

  • 18 years old
  • No child abuse or sex offenses
  • Commit to one year
  • Must possess physical stamina and mental capacity to keep up with rigorous daily schedule
  • Must be able to walk up to 5 miles a day, stand for long periods of time, and lift up to 25 lbs
  • Cannot take certain psychotropic medications (will discuss in interview)
  • No narcotic medications
  • No use of tobacco products
  • No cell phone or any electronic devices
  • Will not be able to have employment while in Phase 1
  • Legal issues will be discussed on individual basis
  • No active warrants