Although our residents remained quarantined and keeping safe, we continue to be busy at the Manor.
The excitement is building for the entire community as we see all the planning becoming a reality. We are sincerely grateful for the amazing opportunities this place of healing will provide for us all.
A few days ago some of our guys took advantage of the beautiful weather and completed a 14-mile bike trip!
Therapy dogs are part of our core team. Walking in the front door of the Manor of Hope, you may be greeted by one of our four-legged staff members.
The Manor of Hope residents have been quarantined now for almost two weeks and although quarantine means staying in place, the guys are keeping busy with different activities
All of our residents are following the stay at home mandate issued by the governor. However, we continue to provide our residents with meaningful days and activities.
We at the Manor of Hope are taking the Coronavirus precautions very seriously. However, we are still keeping busy and active. The guys started the Manor of Hope Olympics.
The Manor of Hope is excited to announce our new Culinary Director, Andrew Deery!
Over the weekend John took the guys for an excursion at Poco Loco paintball.
The Manor of Hope has rescue dogs as part of our core team. We'd like to introduce Scout, a former shelter dog.
This April 25th, some of our residents will be participating in the 2020 Walk for Paws & 5k Race for our Animals held by the Brandywine Valley SPCA.
The programming at Manor of Hope gives members of the community the opportunity to explore new interests and remember how to enjoy life without abusing substances.
For many of the guys, it had been years since they had gone skiing or snowboarding so returning back to a hobby they all enjoyed was an incredible thing to witness!
Happy new year! The guys at the Manor rang in the new year with some food, fun, and games.
The Manor of Hope was truly looking festive this year and the guys were too!
The Manor of Hope Community was excited to break ground last week on Phase One of a new and exciting enhancement to its programming.
It is a tradition for the Manor of Hope to partner with St. Anne’s church in Phoenixville every December to adopt a family for the holidays. This year, we adopted Beatriz and her 4 children and purchased gifts for all of them for the holidays.
Yesterday the Manor of Hope family got together for our Annual Holiday Celebration.
Substance Abuse: a talk with Dr. Carise, Recovery Centers of America and Steve Killelea, Manor of Hope
The Manor of Hope community recently built a new partnership with a non profit in North Philadelphia that is at the forefront of fighting hunger in our region.
Join with other parents of children struggling with substance abuse in a caring & friendly atmosphere at the Phoenixville Parent Support Group at Parkside
A few of the Manor of Hope guys had front [...]
The infamous French Creek State Park disc golf course was Manor of Hope guy's destination to start the weekend.
This past week the guys took a break from work, school, and groups to have some FUN! Some of our guys took the past few afternoons to go bowling!