The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce joined Tish Ottey and Brandon O’Brian of Homes4Hope at a ribbon-cutting event for their new Outpatient Center, located in Downtown …
The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce joined Tish Ottey and Brandon O’Brian of Homes4Hope at a ribbon-cutting event for their new Outpatient Center, located in Downtown Salisbury.
Homes4Hope, locally and family-owned, was created in 2017 with the opening of its first recovery house – the Douglas K. Hamilton House for Recovery.
The goal was to create a home for individuals battling substance abuse where they would feel safe and proud to call it home.
Since its creation, Homes4Hope has grown and now provides two residential treatment facilities, two recovery houses and an outpatient facility, all located in Salisbury.
The organization is committed to helping individuals recover in a beautiful, clean, safe and supportive environment, while also employing experienced professionals dedicated to providing the highest quality of care.
Homes4Hope services include outpatient mental health, outpatient substance use, medication management/ MAT treatment, ASAM 3.1 low-intensity residential treatment for addictions and recovery housing for adult men recovering from substance use disorder.
Ottey, a retired police detective-sergeant, became interested in helping individuals with substance abuse toward the end of her police career.
“We started in 2017 with one recovery house in Salisbury and have grown to two recovery houses, two residential treatment centers, and this outpatient center for mental health addiction and medication management,” she said. “We are very fortunate and blessed to have amazing, competent staff who give 110 percent daily.”
“This is a seriously passionate project for me, in a completely different way than for my wife, Tish, because I am an addict,” said co-founder Brandon O’Brian. “I have been to treatment centers before and walked into those sterile environments. I was the person that was there scared to receive treatment for the first time.
“This has been a fun and rewarding project for us because we got to create something we feel that is warm and inviting,” he said. “It is a place where people can go and feel that there are people who can help them tackle the issue at hand. Nothing is more rewarding than being a part of a community that can do that.”
In addition to Homes4Hope in Salisbury, the couple also founded Homes4Recovery, a nonprofit organization created to provide safe, sober and structured living environments for those in early recovery from substance use disorder.
For more information about Homes4Hope, please visit homes4hopellc.com or call 443-359-9830.