Greenwich CT Opioid, Drug & Alcohol Rehab Support Program for Young Men

“We are committed to creating a world class facility that will change our current views of what effective recovery programs look like in the U.S.”

We believe that successful, addiction treatment must incorporate 3 essential components

1 - Find the cause of the root addiction

Find the root cause of the addiction

Allow time for healing

Allow time for healing

Lifestyle change through learning

Lifestyle change through learning

Manor of Hope is a unique drug rehab support program serving the Greenwich Connecticut area.

The opioid crisis that has gripped the country is killing three people a day in the state of CT – many of them young, leaving their parents, families and friends grieving.

The opioid crisis is killing 3 people a day in Connecticut.

A new report just issued by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner shows that accidental drug intoxications caused 917 deaths in Connecticut in 2016, an increase of 188 people, or 25%, over those killed by drugs in 2015. Throughout the Greenwich  area, from Old Greenwich to Riverside and  points north the amount of drug overdoses are increasing at an alarming rate. The diseases of opioid addiction, heroin addiction, fentanyl addiction, prescription drug addiction and alcoholism are skyrocketing.

Accidental drug intoxication deaths in Connecticut have spiked over the past 5 years, starting with 357 in 2012; 495 in 2013; 568 in 2014; 729 in 2015; to 917 last year. There were more than 2.5 times as many deaths in 2016 than there were in 2012.

We are seeing these statistics in the news on a daily basis. If you are trying to find out more information about how to rehabilitate someone who is having an issue with addiction or has been in and out of drug rehabs in CT over and over again with no real lasting effects, our program takes a different approach. Unfortunately many rehabilitation programs and halfway houses don’t offer a long-term solution to the disease of addiction. To make a lasting difference, rehabilitation requires extensive time and therapy and care.

The Manor of Hope nurtures its residents and provides a therapeutic community for this long-term recovery. We specifically focus our program on helping young men battle their disease. We are located within driving distance of Connecticut.

Our leadership team sets us apart. We are passionate, experienced and dedicated to transforming the young men who stay at our post-detox facility into healthy, happy and addiction-free members of the community.

Manor highlights:

  • On-site world class chef preparing healthy meals
  • Beautiful campus located adjacent to Valley Forge National Park
  • 24/7 on-site staff & support team
  • Laundry facilities, computer room, media room, workout facilities
  • Comfortable and clean surroundings

Our support program focuses on helping young men with substance abuse & addiction issues including :

Opioids, (heroin, morphine, fentanyl, prescription painkillers), benzodiazepines, cocaine, marijuana and alcohol addiction.  Our post-detox addiction program focuses on long term recovery.  Our addiction recovery program is participatory, group-based and one that improves the likelihood of a long-term recovery.

Our Building Futures Program is a crucial element to ensuring the long term success of Manor of Hope residents. We match our residents with vetted small businesses throughout the surrounding Philadelphia area. In this apprenticeship program residents receive vocational and educational training and secure job skills that will last a lifetime. Find out more about our Building Futures Program.

We offer:

  • Post-detox support
  • Clinical services
  • Vocational & educational training
  • Life skills

“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

Call me anytime: 610-637-7722
*Your call is private & confidential.