Beacon of Hope will be celebrating its 10th year, come 2024. Since its inception on November 14th, 2014, over 18,000 men have crossed our entrance door. Most seek to turn their substance-addicted lives around through proven sobriety efforts. Others have taken advantage of our affordable housing options to offset the high cost of living in Los Angeles.
Of course, it is the hope that Beacon of Hope continues to be that light in the re-inventing and rebuilding of the next generation of sons, brothers, uncles, husbands and fathers from the devastating effects of drug and alcohol abuse.