Chandra's House Of Hope

Tellurian is pleased to announce the opening of our women’s-only sober living home, Chandra’s House of Hope. This home is located near Madison’s East side and provides a safe, structured, and nurturing sober living environment for up to four women in recovery.

Monthly rent for residents is $650, which includes:

  • Private bedroom
  • Utilities – internet, cable, heat, water, electric, trash removal
  • Laundry
  • Parking
  • UA testing
  • Gym membership
  • Sundries – toilet paper, cleaning supplies, laundry detergent, dish soap, etc.
  • Connection to a mentor

Inquiries for residency should be made to Tellurian’s Admissions Department at (608)222-7311 ext. 104. A minimum of 30 days of sobriety is required for consideration.

The story behind Chandra’s House of Hope:

The house is named after Chandra Judith Ann Hill who tragically lost her life to a heroin addiction and a co-occurring mental health disorder.

Her father, Dennis Hill, started a movement in memory of his daughter called Journey for Chandra that's focused on raising awareness and addressing the ravages of addiction and mental health disorders. In late 2017, Tellurian and Mr. Hill's movement joined forces to provide sober transitional living for women like Chandra.

Click here for housing applications for Chandra’s House of Hope

Hope is a powerful word to those in need. We take great pride in knowing that we've created a safe haven where women will be treated with respect and dignity.

We continue to rely on your help to offer essential resources to women in the early stages of their recovery. Your tax-deductible gift will help those transitioning from treatment back into their communities -- with very little, if anything, to their names. Your generosity truly saves lives.

Prefer to donate by sending a check? Please make checks payable to Tellurian and address them to:

Chandra’s House of Hope c/o Tellurian
5900 Monona Drive, Suite 300
Madison, WI 53716

Journey For Chandra

My Daughter, Our Story, My Mission: Overcoming Heroin, Depression and Suicide

Dennis Hill is a dedicated and dynamic speaker addressing the issues of substance abuse and mental health. On July 29, 2011, Dennis’ daughter Chandra tragically took her own life after over ten years of battling a heroin addiction and untreated mental health condition.

Dennis witnessed many of the injustices that Chandra suffered while trying to get help. After years of agonizing grief, he is compelled and ready to share his story. His message? A passionate, inspiring call to action.