FAQ: Therapeutic Community

FAQ: Therapeutic Community2023-10-23T11:12:28-04:00
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We explore a range of subjects about what a therapeutic community is and how it is used as an effective model for the treatment of addiction issues.

Manor of Hope is a long-term, structured therapeutic community that assists men battling mental health and addiction challenges.

We offer long-term support with an emphasis on living a substance-free lifestyle and building self-efficacy.

With guidance from top mental health and addiction professionals, our residents are given the best chance at stopping the cycle of self-destructive behaviors while finding a life of meaning and wellness.

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse regarding types of treatment programs, “The best-known residential treatment model is the therapeutic community (TC), with planned lengths of stay of between 6 and 12 months. TCs focus on the “re-socialization” of the individual and use the program’s entire community—including other residents, staff, and the social context—as active components of treatment”.

MANOR OF HOPE THERAPEUTIC PROGRAM

The Manor of Hope provides our residents:

  • A highly structured, phased program
  • A culture of acceptance, patience, respect and care
  • Clinical, legal, medical, and educational advocacy
  • Vocational & life-skills training
  • Healthy meals and culinary enrichment
  • All necessary off-site transportation throughout the length of stay
  • Group recreational activities and trips
  • A paid, woodworking apprenticeship program
  • Aftercare planning
  • On-campus graduate housing

Wellness is a lifelong journey, and we’re here to support our residents every step of the way.

Explore more information about what a Therapeutic Community is below

More information about therapeutic communities can be found at The National Institute on Drug Abuse website.

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