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Welcome to Hope House…

Hope House has been offering hope and care to hurting people since 2004.
We offer counselling, addictions support and training to the people of Cape Town, South Africa.
Hope House is a Christian organisation that is passionate about welcoming people
of all races, religions and cultures to seek care and counselling with us.

Our Hope House Centres are in Bergvliet, Tableview and Kuilsrivier, Cape Town.

Counselling

Hope House offers one-on-one counselling in a confidential and respectful environment to people of all backgrounds, cultures and languages. We’re a Not for Profit organisation and ask for a donation in return for counselling sessions.

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Schools Programmes

Our schools programmes reach out to youth at crucial stages in their choices around drugs. Our Community Based Treatment Program impacts Cape Town schools.

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Trauma-informed Classrooms

Hope House is offering schools training and guidance on becoming a trauma-informed school. This workshop shows the impact of trauma on the learners’ brain.

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Workshops and Training

We are passionate about the training and development of Cape Town’s counsellors  – so we run frequent workshops to enrich a counsellor’s skills and experience.

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  • Meet the team: From left to right: Judy (Director), Nicky (School's Manager), Mandy (Bergvliet Manager) & Natalie (Kuils River Manager).

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story” – Maya Angelou

Our Mission: Inspired by the love of God, the Hope House founders set off to offer hope to hurting people through care and counselling. Our mission is to equip people to withstand the pressure they face in trauma, loss and in the practical demands of daily life.

Hope House Mission Statement

Our approach is person-centred. This means we listen to every client’s experience with empathy and without judgement.

Our Approach

We believe God can make a mess into a message, a test into a testimony, a trial into a triumph and a victim into a victor.

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Upcoming Workshops

They say, “Depression is the common cold of mental illness”. Using insights gained through case studies, this explores the causes of and methods of coping with depression and anxiety.

Dates: 5 & 12 October; 8:45am-1pm.
Cost: R1100
Venue: Bergvliet

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Our proud funders & sponsors 

Mr & Ms Johnson

Mrs C. Masters

Mrs C. Kelly

Rosser Trust

Gormley Trust

Church of Holy Spirit

Mrs A. Rademeyer

Workforce Group