The Manor of Hope could be considered a therapeutic community but we like to think we are unique!
Not all therapeutic communities are the same. Every program is different in its treatment approach and its structure.
The differences between sober living houses or halfway houses and therapeutic communities are significant.
Every day a Therapeutic Community provides structure for its residents. This develops a pattern of structure that recovering addicts may have lost during their addiction.
A therapeutic community and a drug or alcohol rehab facility have different philosophies for treatment and as a result, different program lengths.
Both therapeutic communities and drug rehabs have distinct models of treatment. Both feature a residential facility for treatment of addiction. The Manor of Hope’s therapeutic community (or TC) model…
A therapeutic community takes a group-based approach to therapy. Therapeutic communities (TCs) have a recovery orientation, focusing on the whole person and overall lifestyle changes, not simply abstinence from drug use.