Manor of Hope residents gave one of the staff members one heck of a surprise birthday celebration.
The Manor travelled down to the shore house this past week to celebrate our country’s independence ocean side.
The manor of Hope guys wanted to take advantage of the gorgeous weather, so after morning chores, the gang headed out to one of our favorite spots: Marsh Creek lake.
To be in service is a priority of the Manor community. We are grateful to our newest service partners: The Clinic of Phoenixville and the Phoenixville Jaycees.
Today was another full day at the Manor. All the guys had a full day of work and then a good few hours at the gym to decompress and relax after a busy day. On average, the guys visit the gym 4-5 times per week where they engage in various activities such as lifting, playing basketball, swimming, and even the occasional yoga class.
The last Sunday of each month, the Manor of Hope opens its doors for parents and family to come and visit their loved ones. This memorial Day weekend we decided to have a BBQ!
The guys of the Manor of Hope were ready for their weekend camping at the Pocono Mountains! On Friday afternoon, shortly after 3pm, the Manor guys were on the way to their much anticipated camping weekend! They had been waiting for this weekend for a while now, and everyone was full of positive energy.
Every day the guys at the manor seek to grow in mind, body, and spirit in the following ways. By Doug
The bulldogs had their first game of the season and it was a great one!
We were blessed with perfect weather as we arrived at the shore to Attend the Annual SEPIA Round Up conference in Cape May. It was a weekend full of fellowship, meeting, conferences and of course fun.
The Manor of Hope guys cheer on the Philadelphia 76ers! The night was even more memorable because a few of the guy's dads were able to join them as well. They filled up on John's Roast pork sandwiches and enjoyed the night!
The Manor of Hope guys have joined a local softball league, and the team name is the bulldogs.
The Manor of Hope continued its support of the Philadelphia chapter of Young People in Recovery this weekend by attending its 3rd annual “Stand Up for Recovery” comedy night.
In an effort to enjoy the nor’easter free weekend, the guys headed out to hike Hawk Mountain.
The Manor of Hope guys travelled down to Philadelphia recently to take part in the growing trend of competitive hatchet throwing.
At the Manor of Hope, we teach our guys to enjoy life and have fun in sobriety.
The Eagles win! Neither cold nor the massive crowds could keep the Manor crew from showing their gratitude to their team.
The guys worked hard all week long so it was time to relax a little. After doing some house chores, the residents went to the local bowling alley.
The Manor’s organic garden project entered hibernation this past week, with the team happy over its progress from the past few months. From the planning stage right up until grooming of its pathways, the garden has been a labor of love for all involved.
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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