At For Hope's Sake, we provide our members with state-of-the-art healing paths and the most experienced and dedicated healthcare professionals in Maryland, South Carolina, Massachusetts and Arizona. Since we served our very first member, our mission has been to provide quality care in safe environments. We successfully maintain a International CARF accreditation demonstrating high-performance and standards. Our holistic options create a verity of ways to heal. We tailor coaching plans, education and support services for your mind, body and spirit to thrive.
Our Mission & Vision
For Hope's Sake's mission is to provide holistic, evidence based healing and wellness to best support therapeutic outcomes. The safe, supportive, and structured healing centers will assist members in achieving the desired outcomes.
For Hope's Sake's vision is to provide healthy programming and structure for members, ensuring they leave better than they came, and to combat the substance abuse epidemic, post COVID effects and mental health care with evidenced-based holistic options.
Eating healthy and exercising is a great way to keep you're heart in good health!
"Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the most common type of heart disease, killing approximately 382,820 people annually. Every year about 805,000 Americans have a heart attack. Of these, 605,000 are a first heart attack and 200,000 happen in people who have already had a heart attack." Studies show that people that are obese have a 49% higher risk of developing heart diseases and having heart attacks. Make it a goal to walk 1 mile a day and try to incorporate more fruits and lean meats into your diet.
National Cancer prevention month
Research has shown that more than 40 percent of all cancers diagnosed and nearly half of all deaths from cancer in the United States can be attributed to preventable causes – things like smoking, excess body weight, physical inactivity, and excessive exposure to the sun.
As a result, steps such as quitting smoking (or never starting in the first place), maintaining a healthy weight, exercising regularly, protecting your skin from the sun, and getting vaccinated against the pathogens that cause certain cancers can dramatically reduce your risk of certain cancers.-AACR