Through God’s love, we foster hope by empowering families, youth, and adults to lead fulfilling lives.
Foster Care Referrals
HopeTree Family Services is an approved QRTP!
What does that mean? HopeTree Family Services is now an approved Qualified Residential Treatment Program because we are CARF Accredited, provides a trauma-responsive treatment model based on evidenced practices, use an interdisciplinary
treatment team model that provides support and oversight 24/7, include family members as a part of the youth’s
treatment team, and offer transitional care post successful completion of the program.
News & Events
HopeTree Family Services, a leader in mental and behavioral health services, has promoted Shannon Updike, LCSW to the position of Chief Compliance Officer. In this role, she is responsible for the agency’s compliance, risk, quality, and privacy efforts to include compliance with HIPAA laws. In addition, Updike oversees HopeTree’s accreditation processes and the performance, training, and outcomes of the Electronic Health Record.
Brandon Rose, LCSW to oversee organization’s therapeutic group home cottages and development of the daily living program.
HopeGrows is an annual fundraising event to benefit the many programs offered at HopeTree Family Services including Foster Care and Developmental Disabilities Some of those that benefit from this ministry will be in attendance. On Thursday, September 7th at The Taubman Art Museum in Roanoke, a VIP Reception begins at 5:30pm and the seated semi-formal dinner event starts at 6:30pm. National speaker Tori Hope Petersen will speak about her book Fostered and Jenna Zibton from WSLS will MC.