Restoring Hope NWA is a one-year to 18-month recovery period for women coming out of addiction, trauma, and incarceration. We provide resources and programs that will nurture, educate and develop the women to rebuild, restore and reform their lives.

The women receive the support they need to move toward a life that is spiritually rich, economically self-sufficient, and emotionally full and drug-free. Living in a safe, transitional community provides them opportunities to grow and heal individually and collectively.



Restoring Hope NWA is a community of healing for women who have experienced trauma, addiction and incarceration. 

 We offer an array of support services such as educational and vocational opportunities, employment, and financial guidance (e.g. budgeting and asset development).

We help residents live honest, sober and self-sufficient lives. We foster self-understanding through personal and spiritual growth.


Current Campaign


“A few years ago, I found myself in a very chaotic lifestyle… and in 2017 I was arrested for the third time where I spent 93 days in the Benton County Jail. That’s where I met Mary.”

“On December 7, 2019, I celebrated two years of being clean.”