The Manor’s organic garden project entered hibernation this past week, with the team happy over its progress from the past few months.
The Manor was very quiet on Christmas morning. There was a cold strong wind blowing outside but the house was cozy and warm.
The guys all pitched in and helped with decorations inside the Manor as well as the finished garage where the family festivities took place. We were impressed with the guys enthusiasm to make the event a special one for all involved.
At Manor of Hope, one of the values we teach our residents is to “give back”. This holiday season, the Manor of Hope residents adopted a local family for Christmas.
At the manor of hope, the gentleman work hard, and also play hard. After spending the morning doing house chores and cleaning the entire house, the guys had a well deserved break and headed out to the Slick Willy’s Go Kart race track in Reading, PA.
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Our young men began their day of Thanks and giving [...]
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Weekend Adventure: French Creek State Park for a round of disc golf. We walked into the first hole tee, and the energy was clearly evident. Everyone was excited to play - and to win of course!
It was time for the guys to get into that Halloween spirit with a trip to Pennhurst Asylum. There was a lot of anticipation and a bit of nervousness as Sam and the group walked the grounds up to the main event.
Listen as Steve Killelea, The Manor of Hope's founder explains about how The Manor provides extensive vocational training and finds residents long term jobs that they are excited about.
The Manor of Hope is very different than anything else out there in the United States right now because it is based upon a therapeutic community concept. The Manor of Hope is a long-term program. Guys stay with us a minimum of a year and sometimes longer.
This TedTalks video is an eye-opening look into the cause of addiction.
Listen to the 5th chapter in a weekly podcast series by Groundtruth, called Training Health Providers to Ask the Right Questions About Addiction
Listen to the 2nd chapter: Not my Kid: Heroin use in Staten Island - in a weekly podcast series by Groundtruth, called the Fix: New York's opioid crisis in-depth.
Listen to the 4th chapter in a weekly podcast series by Groundtruth, called A better way to treat addiction: a new standard of care in the South Bronx
Listen to the 1st chapter in a weekly podcast series by Groundtruth, called the Fix: New York's opioid crisis in-depth.
Listen to the 3rd chapter in a weekly podcast series by Groundtruth, called Detox, Rehab, Relapse, Repeat: NEW INITIATIVES BUT NO QUICK FIX.
Founder and Owner of Manor of Hope, Steve Killelea has been recognized by the University of Delaware for his leadership, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Take a virtual tour of the Manor of Hope. Fly over our Phoenixville, PA location and take a peek inside all of the rooms in our incredible facility.
Life at the Manor has been very busy for the [...]
Take a look inside the manor at our comfortable rooms and see some of the activities that go on here.