What is the Hope Clinic in Ohio?
According to the state’s Department of Rehabilitation Services website, the Hope clinic is “a privately operated, 24-hour care facility offering outpatient rehabilitation services to veterans, families, and individuals with chronic and terminal illnesses, and their dependents and caregivers.”
The Hope Clinic, which opened its doors in 2014, has since expanded to offer rehabilitation services for children and adults, and now serves approximately 200 veterans and their family members per day.
Hope also offers emergency care, substance abuse counseling, and substance abuse treatment services, as well as “intensive physical therapy and therapy-assisted living.”
In 2016, the state reported that the facility had the largest number of Veterans receiving care in one day in the state.
The state reported: The Hope Clinic was the largest single provider of veterans’ services in the Dayton area in 2016.
More than 500 veterans served at the Hope House, which includes a 24-bed rehabilitation clinic, and nearly 50 Veterans received treatment there.
In 2017, the clinic’s staff served about 200 Veterans, their families, friends and caregivers.
Hope is not the only Veterans’ Clinic to expand its services in Ohio.
The Ohio Veterans Center also expanded its services to include services for Veterans in the Cincinnati area, and the Ohio Veterans Care Network expanded its service to provide services for veterans in Ohio and Kentucky.