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House of Hope FounderMarilyn Thomas founded House of Hope Kansas City in 2003. She has had a lifelong desire to help children who are hurting. Trained as a nurse, Marilyn worked at the University of Colorado Medical Center…


Mail Address: PO Box 4073, Overland Park, KS 66204

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Should you need help finding affordable therapeutic boarding schools, boarding schools for behavior, or schools for troubled teens please let us know. The House of Hope therapeutic boarding school is faith-based, designed to help Midwest girls who are struggling with emotions, trauma or motivations in life. The House of Hope Christian mission is to bring about healing in teenage girls who have gotten off track in life. Our goal is to bring about family restoration, harmonly and purposeful living with a focus on a strong future for each girl in our care. House of Hope is a Christian therapeutic boarding school for teenage girls who are troubled or struggling with ADD, ADHD, emotional trauma, reactive attachment disorders, self-harm (self-mutilation) or cutting, or eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia, anorexia nervosa). Other behavioral issues and disorders we deal with include: defiance, depression, post traumatic stress, abuse, and general anxiety. If you have an out of control girl, our school for troubled girls offers teen counseling and teen counselors for troubled girls. We especially work with RAD girls and adopted girls with attachemnt disorders or emotional disorders. If you are searching for residential treatment centers for girls, troubled youth homes, troubled teen schools or troubled teen boarding schools, you have found one. House of Hope is for troubled girls from the Midwest, including Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, and Oklahoma.