The foundation to help those in need of substance abuse treatment and behavioral health illness began in 2003 when the Owner of Harvest of Hope father decided to open up residential housing for those suffering from substance abuse. He has always had a heart to help the community specifically those suffering from addiction after his ongoing over 26 years of sobriety. After 13 years of residential housing he decided to add substance abuse treatment into the equation as he saw the need to do more to ensure long term sobriety for others.
After many years of seeing the heart of her father to heal a community the Owner of Harvest of Hope Robin Lawrence decided to open up a Behavioral Health Facility under the guidance of her father. It has always been her desire to assist those in need of substance abuse treatment as well as there families. As a product of a family member being directly affected by someone suffering from addiction it is her heart to show others that there is light at the end of the tunnel. Often times the family suffers just as much as the addict and she believes that her story along with professional caring staff many lives will be changed.
Robin Lawrence, BSP CEO/Owner
Rebecca Hawkins, LCSW-C Clinical Director
Louis Hamlet CAA-DC
We believe in our community and can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.
To implement a sober treatment philosophy that incorporates a variety of clinical components and residential living that renders effective treatment and restoration of life.