Over the weekend the guys at the Manor got into the Halloween spirit.
Over the weekend some of the guys from the Manor went to Hershey Park.
The safety of our residents is our number one priority at the Manor of Hope and with that, Naloxone (Narcan) is an extremely important, life-saving, medication that can reverse overdoses from opiates.
The guys visited The Lower Providence Rod and Gun Club this past week for a lesson in pistol safety and shooting techniques.
Patrick Montgomery, a Recovery Coordinator here at the Manor of Hope, was recently included in a multi-part online webinar that explored how different aspects of creativity can dramatically benefit a person's recovery.
Matthew McFadden, Executive Director of Resident Services, was included in a multi-part series online webinar that explored how different aspects of creativity can dramatically benefit a person's recovery.
Recently, our very own Culinary Director, Andrew Deery was included in an online seminar featuring how exploring different aspects of creativity can dramatically benefit a person's recovery
The guys were proud to begin a new service partnership with the wonderful staff of Mitzvah Circle in Norristown.
The Manor of Hope community has long supported the efforts of the Habitat for Humanity Restore through volunteering.
The process of beekeeping has been an educational and rewarding experience to date. We suit up and check the hives weekly, inspecting the colony for signs of reproduction, pests and honey.