Field of Hope Community Campus is dedicated to the people of Gallia County and surrounding communities. Our vision is to provide outreach services to build healthier families and to help reverse the destructive lifestyles that result from drug dependence and other hurts, habits, and hangups.
Current operations that will be moved and expanded to the FOHCC from the Vinton Baptist outreach include the community food pantry, Gallia Strong Tower revovery ministry, and some of the youth outreaches.
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Welcome to Field of Hope Community Campus
Who We Are
Field of Hope Community Campus is a non-profit outreach organization in the beginning stages of development. We are building a base of operrations through property cleanup and revitalization as funding allows. We are looking for community members with a heart for others to join the effort.
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What We Do
The Field of Hope Community Campus center will provide invaluable community services, such as cost effective vehicle repair, youth activity center, community food pantry, parenting and lifestyle classes, substance abuse rehabilitation, and more. The only active service currently is the Wheels of Hope vehicle repair facility that accepts customers 5 days a week. Call for an appointment 740-388-8114
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What Keeps Us Going
My life was out of control, and I was addicted to hard core durgs. One day I was drinving a tractor across the Vinton Baptist property to get to a hay field, and the janitor stopped me and invited me to the Gallia Strong Tower Recovery meetings. God changed my life and gave me a reason for living. Now I am helping others as best I can and still traveling my road to full recovery.
I was a cutter and found relief from life's overwhelming problems only by inflicting pain on myself. I found deliverance at Gallia Strong Tower as my small group kept me accountable and helped me realize that my life was out of control. I realized that God had the power to deliver me, and I went through the 12 step program. Now I am ready to practice step 12 and give back by using my training I received in college at the Field of Hope.