Hopewell House is a non-profit organization, established in the Commonwealth of Virginia in 2005 and licensed by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services in 2011. Hopewell House provides independent residential living for adults with mental illness. The mission of Hopewell House is to provide a safe, secure environment and a supportive atmosphere for adults to become productive participants in society despite the challenges of mental illness. Our role is to structure a resident’s individual environment to give a resident the best chance at success in the community.

Our attractive setting provides a low-stress milieu that nurtures personal growth with respect and dignity with easy access to Northern Virginia and the Washington, DC area. The program is individualized for each resident and enhances quality of life in a less restrictive environment, while nurturing independence, dignity, and personal life choices and peace of mind for families. We aspire to achieve this through modeling, assisting, coaching, and supporting each in the social, financial, and interpersonal areas of their lives.

For adults facing mental illness, Hopewell House for Independent Living is truly a place to call home.