Long-Term Connecticut Addiction and Mental Health Treatment Support for Men

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We take on some of the toughest cases and get the best outcomes by offering one of the most comprehensive & unique programs in the nation.

Manor of Hope is a post-rehab “Therapeutic Community,” which means we offer a group-based approach to addiction treatment focused on healing the whole person, not just enforcing abstinence. Our residents get personalized one-on-one care with the main goal of getting them meaningful employment and living a happy, healthy, substance-free life. Our campus also offers post-graduate housing for men needing more support.

New York Addiction and Mental Health Treatment For Men

What are you looking for?

Residential Addiction Treatment Program

Manor of Hope provides long-term addiction treatment and ongoing support and housing for up to 16 residents. With a top-notch facility and staff, we ensure personalized hands-on care and rehabilitation for the best outcome.

Residential Mental Health Support

Manor of Hope provides mental health support for a broad range of mental health diagnoses. We dedicate countless hours to understanding each case in detail so we can provide individualized care and collaboration with specialized therapists.

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The epidemic in Connecticut has been expanding despite officials’ efforts to control the situation.

On average 2 people die of a drug overdose every day in Connecticut.

Opioid and heroin deaths are now spreading to CT suburban towns with lower median incomes tending to have the highest rates of death from drug overdoses in Connecticut.

Within Connecticut, Waterbury, Hartford, and New Haven are consistently ranked in the first 3 towns with the most overdose deaths every year since 2012. Most deaths are linked to opioids & fentanyl, as seen on the Drug Overdose Deaths in Connecticut Data Dashboard, 2015 to 2022.  Opioids can include prescription medicines such as morphine, oxycodone, tramadol, morphine and many others as seen on this list of Opioid-Containing Medicines

Deaths from fentanyl have jumped by 165%. Some of the fentanyl recovered and tested has been found to be a less-pure version than what you would receive in a hospital and is typically laced with heroin to increase its potency and ultimately increases the chance of death. Fentanyl is now no longer an “inner city” issue. It is moving to the suburbs and rural areas at a high rate.

CT towns with the most opioid overdoses in 2016:

  1. Hartford: 62
  2. Bridgeport: 49
  3. New Haven: 44
  4. Bristol: 35
  5. New Britain: 35
  6. Waterbury 33
  7. Norwich: 24
  8. Meriden: 24
  9. West Haven: 21
  10. Stratford: 20

The Manor of Hope offers a unique program to help young men battle the disease of addiction. Just a short drive from Westchester county, our exclusive program helps a small number of young men battle the diseases of opioid addiction, heroin addiction, fentanyl addiction, prescription drug addiction, and alcoholism. The Manor is a beautifully restored farmhouse that offers residents luxurious accommodations and 24/7 monitoring.

Traditional drug rehabs/detox programs are the first steps in combating what has become an epidemic in America’s towns and communities. But unfortunately, we’ve seen time and time again, that long-lasting results are lacking in the present system. Rehabilitation facilities and halfway houses don’t offer a long-term solution to a disease that requires extensive time and therapy. The Manor of Hope nurtures its residents and provides a therapeutic community for addiction. We offer a long-term recovery program where our residents get a chance at learning lifelong skills and trades.

No longer are heavy urban locations the main source of deaths, it has moved to the suburbs of Connecticut Addiction and Mental Health Treatment are essential for rehabilitation.

In 2014, heroin was reported as the primary drug in 81% of the opioid treatment admissions and two-thirds of those patients reported daily use of heroin. Current statistics have only risen to epidemic levels and have quadrupled. Synthetic opioids such as Fentanyl are present in more than three-quarters of all overdose deaths in NYC.

There are many drug rehabilitation programs in Connecticut, but there are many benefits to attending an out-of-state addiction program. 

At the Manor of Hope, we have residents from a few miles away in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, to New York, Maryland, Ohio, Washington, and Massachusetts across the country in California and Florida.

Being away from home can make it easier for our residents to concentrate on becoming healthy and immerse themselves in our program without distraction. We have made parents, friends, and family a huge part of the Manor of Hope program. Nurturing these supportive relationships can be transformative. We have many “get-togethers” throughout the year including Father’s and Mother’s Day picnics, Christmas, golf outings, special family meals, and many more events for our residents’ extended families.

Once our residents have finished our main program, they can keep valued friendships and connections and live in our Graduate Housing a few miles from the Manor of Hope campus. There, they will enjoy a sense of freedom while having Manor of Hope’s support system at hand. We continue teaching vital life skills such as money management. Many residents at the Graduate Housing enjoy coming to the Manor of Hope to mentor new residents and share their experiences around the beautiful grounds, campfire, and walking trails.

Transitioning after rehab can be challenging. If you’re seeking ongoing support, our program can provide a safe and structured environment to help you maintain your recovery. Our post-rehab program offers resources and guidance specifically tailored to the needs of men in recovery.

Dealing only with the addiction does not ensure a long term recovery. Addiction affects the mind and the body. We teach our residents to develop healthy & positive habits.

manor of hope founder steve killelea and john killelea

“My son John struggled with heroin addiction for over 10 years. We’ve made it our mission to help others find long-lasting recovery for addiction.  If you have any questions at all, please call me directly. “ – Steve Killelea, Founder of the Manor of Hope

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