47 rehabs, 4 overdoses, homelessness and a 6 month court mandated program did not deter him.
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Residents at the Manor of Hope took a visit to the zoo. They had a great time checking out the animals and had another amazing day in Philadelphia!!
The weekend in Ocean City was definitely one to remember. We took full advantage of all the town, beach and boardwalk had to offer. On Friday residents learned the game of bocce, one that Matthew grew up playing with his family. Though no one was able to dethrone the team of Matthew and John, everyone had a good [...]
Our Manor of Hope residents have worked diligently to design and build a terraced garden at Half Hill Farm. The resulting crops will provide enough fresh produce to feed Manor residents (and then some) for the rest of the year. Thanks to Chef Paul Marshall for his commitment to procuring healthy, local fare for our [...]
On May 7th we spent the day exploring the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. The exhibits were thought provoking and educational. We saw an IMAX film about severe weather and enjoyed the virtual reality exhibit that took us to the depths of the ocean. The planetarium provided starry night views like none we’d ever seen, unencumbered [...]
Listen to the 4th chapter in a weekly podcast series by Groundtruth, called A better way to treat addiction: a new standard of care in the South Bronx
Listen to the 1st chapter in a weekly podcast series by Groundtruth, called the Fix: New York's opioid crisis in-depth.
Brain surgery was not as hard to overcome for this pro Philadelphia Wings lacrosse player as his addiction to prescription opioids.
Residents of Manor of Hope follow a daily regimen that includes hard work, exercise, clinical therapy, NA meetings and proper nutrition. On weekends we provide a variety of activities that interest our residents and expand their experience in the greater community. These are just a few of the activities we've engaged in recently: Phillies baseball at [...]
A parental support group from New Leaf Club joined us last week for a tour of our drug and alcohol rehabilitation support facilities. We met at the Half Hill Farm in Malvern, where our residents work during their first few months with Manor of Hope. We toured the grounds and the circa 1804 barn and parents familiarized [...]