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“My son John struggled with a heroin and alcohol addiction, as well as underlying mental health issues for over 10 years.”

Together, we’ve made it our mission to change the way addiction and mental health support and recovery are approached in the United States.  If you have any questions at all, please call me directly.”

– Steve Killelea, Founder of the Manor of Hope

*Your call is private & confidential.

We help men from all over the United States battling the disease of addiction.

Our world-class therapeutic community features highly structured programming designed to build the resilience and habits needed to achieve long-term sobriety. Our Residential Substance Abuse Treatment program provides comprehensive addiction and mental health support to men all over the United States.

Our program is different from other addiction treatment centers and short-stay rehabs

    • 24-7 supervision and access to expert staff on-site
    • Extremely High staff-to-resident ratio in comparison to other programs
    • Long-term intensive treatment program in a highly structured family environment
    • Mental health support provides access to some of the most respected clinicians in the Philadelphia region
    • Educational and vocational training including financial literacy, computer skills, and more
    • All meals are included and prepared by an executive chef
    • Culinary Enrichment Program teaches residents how to cook healthy meals
    • Regular recreational events and exciting excursions throughout the region
    • On-site Wellness Center with gym, recreation, and family gathering rooms
    • Job placement, future career, and job opportunities. Job placement with vetted, “Building Futures Program” partners
    • Comprehensive Enrichment Program that’s out of the ordinary
    • Ongoing life skills, financial training, and transition services
    • Legal Advocacy 
    • On-campus graduate housing and continuing support with access to staff, gym, therapy, and more

If you’ve been doing countless searches for an addiction treatment center near me, we recommend that you read more about what our addiction and mental health support program offers and how it’s different ➞

“My son went through 47 rehabs until we found Manor of Hope. He wouldn’t be here today if it wasn’t for this program.”-Anthony

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Wildflower Honey is harvested from beehives located on our campus, where we teach residents to extract, bottle, and sell our local honey.

Why honey? Our men learn how to nurture and care for the hives and how to manufacture and sell a product. This experience teaches them business and manufacturing skills, and is just one of the unique programs here at Manor of Hope!

Our Executive Chef, Andrew Deery has curated a collection of unique flavored honey with organic ingredients. Purchase a sampler pack to try them all!

“The Manor of Hope is a home. It’s a family of a group of talented young men finding their way back to healthy, sober living.”

Ad ReAd Re
23:43 24 Jun 24
Before coming to Manor of Hope I was unable to work or go a day without using drugs and I was homeless. Now I work over thirty hours a week and have been clean for almost a year. I have a stable place to live and have no issues paying my bills or wondering where my next meal is coming from.
Deborah KerrDeborah Kerr
14:43 25 Apr 24
The Manor of Hope is a tremendous program which has helped many men achieve and embrace their sobriety. The program uses a holistic approach to support the resident’s recovery in mind, body, and spirit. Residents of the Manor are immersed in a program which has many facets including 12 Step meetings, physical fitness, mindfulness, social interactions, therapeutic groups, 1:1 therapy, family therapy, craft woodworking instruction, book club, finding employment, educational classes (financial, technical, philosophical, and more). Residents also learn new skills such as culinary instruction, beekeeping, organic gardening. This is not a one size fits all program. Each resident has a 1:1 mentor that supports them and helps to tailor a program that best supports them in their recovery. This program can transform lives of men who suffer from the disease of addiction.
Kevin FlaniganKevin Flanigan
12:42 21 Apr 24
Manor of Hope changed our son's life. He had been to many programs before, but this is the place where our son truly started to thrive. What's different about MoH? First, it's a true therapeutic community. Steve and the rest of the remarkable staff got to know our son as an individual. They were able to tell us things about our son (including his strengths and specific challenges) that no other program had figured out. Second, it's long-term - our son graduated from the program and is currently in the graduate housing, still eating meals, working out, going to campfire/Dharma meetings, and participating in activities with fellow community members a year and a half later. Finally, it's individualized. Whenever we have a question, Steve is on the phone or meeting in person with us, helping us figure out how best to guide our son as he figures out next steps.
Karin FlaniganKarin Flanigan
14:46 20 Mar 24
After several outpatient and inpatient rehab centers and several sober houses, our son was truly stagnating. He just wanted to move forward with his life, but he needed personalized supports. Manor of Hope provided this in spades. Immediately upon his arrival at the Manor our son began training for a marathon. Just four months later he completed a grueling trail marathon. Steve then worked with our son on finding a career path. He guided him toward a CDL training course and he has now started his career driving trucks for a great local company. And he has his sights set on another marathon. He can now see his future. We couldn't be happier for him and we have the Manor of Hope to thank for all of it!
Jan WalkerJan Walker
17:04 12 Mar 24
The Manor of Hope is a life saving recovery residence for young men experiencing mental illness and drug/alcohol addiction.The staff truly cares and treats the residents like family.I highly recommend this program. I will be forever grateful for all they did to not only save my son's life but also to help him find meaningful employment and start him on a path to a better life.
M. G.M. G.
03:04 25 Feb 24
Highly recommended!! In terms of age, my husband is not the typical Manor of Hope resident. My family thought he would be resistant to yet another sober living facility and we did not have much positivity. But in doing research and talking to the owner, we realized this is not “just another” sober living facility.The community is clean, cozy, and homey with beautiful surroundings. Steve is the owner and calls Manor of Hope a “therapeutic community.” We didn’t understand that term until visiting, but then it made sense. Every day is filled with not just meetings, meals and movie nights, but scheduled activities and workshops that are geared towards a successful long-term recovery.With barely a month under his belt at the Manor of Hope, I realize it is early, but compared to the many other places he has been in the past 20 years for addiction and mental illness, my husband is not asking to leave—he is content. He has become social, exercises, tries new things, and actively participates in activities that help build his self-esteem, expose him to other vocations, and teach him to develop a good mindset and self-care habits (like woodworking and culinary classes, resume building, volunteering in the community, and weight training)—and he is not given the option to say “no.” For the first time in years, he is starting to feel good about himself. He even has a positive outlook about maintaining sobriety and wellness. He's eating healthy, and really enjoying the food (and he is picky)! It’s so wonderful to see him positive, and he is smiling again! He has responsibilities, and is expected to be an active part of the living community. He is also taken to his medical appointments. Some residents have jobs and are taken to their jobs, too.Steve is present nearly every day—it was clear from our first time meeting him that MOH is his passion. He gets to know everyone as an individual, really bonds with them and takes an active part in their recovery. I am so grateful for and amazed with the experienced team of clinicians and medical providers that Steve has assembled for my husband’s treatment plan, and for the sense of safety and hope Manor of Hope has given our family. MOH is helping my husband learn to think and live differently without intimidation so that when he is deemed ready to leave, he has a strong support system and the best chance at continuing to beat this disease.
gina younggina young
15:50 24 Feb 24
I highly recommend Manor of Hope. My son recently completed the year program and has chosen to transition to their graduate housing. What makes this program stand out is the care and concern Steve and the rest of the staff show for each individual resident. When David was newly arrived Steve drove him to meetings, taking advantage of the time in the car to connect. Each resident in the program has a staff member as a mentor. John was David's mentor. He was a great role model and spent a significant amount of time counseling and developing a deep friendship with David. The two cooks, Andrew and Kevin, are not only amazing chefs (I am often asking for cooking tips), but importantly very present for each resident. A shout out to all the terrific staff. Some of the many activities David takes advantage of are weekly workout sessions with Lance, the bowling league with Steve and John, Dharma meetings every Monday night at the Manor of Hope fire pit, weather permitting, and education classes on managing personnel finances. Another key aspect of the program is that the residents have fun, as well as work hard. They learn a sober life can be fun and rewarding. Additionally, the knowledge that my son was safe and well gave me time to recover and has allowed our family to reconnect in a healthier way.
George HallGeorge Hall
15:25 11 Feb 20
My 23 year old son is a resident of Manor of Hope. After many years of treatment followed by relapse, he has truly found a home. He is fully invested in several treatment protocols, involved in all community activities and is now enrolled in college pursuing a degree in nursing with an emphasis on behavioral health. None of this would be possible without the amazing staff at MOH. Thank you Steve Killelea and team!

“Is your Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Center near me?”

Yes, Manor of Hope is a 30-minute drive from Philadelphia, PA. but we’ve helped men from all over the United States.
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  1. Get on I-76 W from N 30th St and Schuylkill Ave
  2. Continue on I-76 W. Take US-422 W to Egypt Rd/SR 4002/State Rte 4002 in Oaks. Take the exit toward Oaks from US-422 W
  3. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Egypt Rd/SR 4002/State Rte 4002. Manor of Hope will be on the left. There is ample parking.

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