• Quick Reference for Suicide Help


    Use this information as a quick way to help someone.

    What do you do if you see someone exhibiting suicidal behavior?

    The first step should always be to speak to . . .


  • Why are we different?


    We want to help. People have asked how we are different
    from a suicide hotline.

    We are not a phone operation, we are here in the heart of . . .
  • Dylan Balogh Honor Garden

    Our plans for the Dylan Balogh Honor Garden have moved forward.
    Our inaugural ceremony was held on Oct. 10, 2020.
  • Quick Reference for Suicide Help

    Use this information as a quick way to help someone.
    What do you do if you see someone exhibiting suicidal behavior?
    The first step should always be to speak to . . .
  • Why are we different?

    We want to help. People have asked how we are different
    from a suicide hotline.
    We are not a phone operation, we are here in the heart of . . .
  • Dylan Balogh Honor Garden

    Our plans for the Dylan Balogh Honor Garden have moved forward.
    Our inaugural ceremony was held on Oct. 10, 2020.

People do care – you still care because you looked us up on the internet. You are valuable, you have worth and there is HELP for the pain.

Project H.O.P.E. House stands for Helping Open People’s Eyes, it can also stand for Hang On — Pain Ends. Both are very descriptive . . .

Thank you for donating to our suicide prevention cause. Your money will be used to help people in need of suicide prevention.

Project H.O.P.E. House

What we do is, is care.

• We are a suicide prevention organization
• We help veterans
• We help native Americans

Our facility is in downtown Barrington at 231 West Main Street (two houses east of Dundee Avenue on Lake Cook Road). Our parking is in the back so you can discretely enter and we are 100% confidential. We are at the house from 5:30 am-8:30 am Monday-Friday as we find that many teenagers contemplate suicide before school. We are here to help anyone, in any age group, we want to help take away the pain. We are on call 24 hours a day, we are here to see you in person, and we will come to Project Hope House to help you. We are trained to listen, assess, and refer you to an organization to help you.

Project Hope House in downtown Barrington, IL. We are here to help you.

What do we do at Project H.O.P.E. House?

When you come into the Project H.O.P.E. House we will sit down with you and Assess your needs and Refer. We also hold seminars to Educate people on suicide prevention. We call this the A.R.E. method.

Assess – Discuss and fill out an assessment sheet designed by the Western Psychological Associates as noted as one of the most accurate instruments in predicting suicide.
Refer – Immediate referral to a trusted organization and facility.
Educate –Hosting free seminars at HOPE House where we talk about At-risk populations, how to help, understand and connect with people contemplating suicide.

Suicide has touched most people somehow, perhaps a loved one or a friend. What is scary is that in age groups 15-24 and 25-34, suicide is the second leading cause of death in the United States. Even more sad is for kids between the ages of 10-14, it is the third leading cause of death. For our valuable veterans, we are losing them to suicide at a rate of 22 souls a day.

We Need Your Help

With your donation, we can provide a safe comfortable place for people who need our help and can continue our programs to help veterans, teens, and those that need our help in our community.