Dublin Ohio Drug & Alcohol Rehab Support Treatment Program for Young Men
Manor of Hope is the most comprehensive, long-term addiction support program for young men in the nation and is a short drive from Dublin and the Franklin County, Ohio area.
Our long-term program helps young men transition from inpatient, intensive outpatient, and standard outpatient treatment.
Our programming is specially designed to build confidence and self-esteem while focusing on the life skills necessary to maintain long-term and meaningful recovery.
A parent of a resident at the Manor of Hope talks about her experience
“…the care and support that he’s gotten have really exceeded what we thought when he started. The first months were like “how’s he going to do? what’s going to happen?” but as he’s been here, we love coming to visit and we’re just really happy to have our son back!”
WHY OUR SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM IS DIFFERENT
“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.”
- Long-term treatment in a family environment. Manor of Hope is an intensive 12-month program. Most rehabs are only 30 days – not nearly enough time for the body to rid itself of drugs or the dependency. Researchers agree that an addict cannot be fully rehabilitated without months and months of drug-free living and intensive therapy.
- 24-7 supervision and access to expert staff on-site.
- High staff to resident ratio in comparison to other programs. Your loved one will be surrounded by expert staff who will provide personal and individualized care at all times.
- Job placements with vetted, “Building Futures Program” partners.
- Community service opportunities with our local partners.
- Well-designed phase system of milestones and earned privileges. As a highly structured program, we focus on and treat each resident individually. As goals are met, privileges are earned. This encourages long-term growth and focuses on the future.
- All meals included and prepared by an executive chef. Food has a huge effect on the body and the mind. The Manor of Hope adheres to a strict no-sugar policy. Sugar is highly addictive! Most rehab centers provide low-quality, processed foods which can negatively affect mental and physical health. We are believers in, “You are what you eat.”
- On-site Wellness Center in addition to a gym membership at a local YMCA. Professional instruction and daily physical wellness regimen.
- Regular recreational events and exciting excursions throughout the region including local and professional sporting events, participation in local sports leagues, concerts in the park, New Jersey shore trips, fishing, holiday events with family, and more.
- Legal advocacy.
- Coordination and supervision with all medical and clinical partners.
- Transportation to all commitments including legal and medical appointments, meetings, and employment.
- Life skills training.
- Ongoing transition services provided by dedicated staff members including credit repair, employment, financial training, and educational counseling.
- Nearby Graduate Housing available.
Manor of Hope is a unique drug treatment support program serving the Dublin Ohio area.
The entire state of Ohio is experiencing a heroin epidemic but not where you’d expect it.
Ohio is ground zero of the opioid crisis in America.
The rural and urban areas have been hit hard, but heroin use is especially higher in the suburbs and in particular the wealthy suburbs. Dublin, located in Franklin County is a wealthy suburb of Columbus and is now being plagued by heroin use. And along with this addiction problem is an influx of crime to support the addiction.
Heroin does not discriminate. Any race or income level is vulnerable. In Dublin, there have been a huge rate of high income, white, highly achieving teens who are now entering rehab programs.
In Ohio, a record 3,050 people died of drug overdoses last year, most the result of opioid painkillers or their relative, heroin. For the second time this year, a coroner’s office in Ohio has run out of space for dead bodies due to the opioid epidemic.
“I’m looking at 2,900 autopsies, 2,000 of them overdoses,” – Dr. Harshbarger, coronor
His office reportedly handled fewer than 2,000 autopsies total in 2016. This has turned into a national crisis and deceptive addiction treatment centers are popping up all over the U.S.
Some of our residents have come to us after multiple stays at these short-term centers, wanting to fully recover but not able to resist the temptation all around them. All of our residents have at one time or another, overdosed and then returned to their drug of choice. We feel that any short term program will not work as the drugs take well over 30 days to clear from a person’s system. This sets them up for a quick relapse and the cycle begins again.
If you are looking for addiction post-detox support, please contact our founder Steve Killelea to learn more about our unique program.
Our 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 approach to addiction recovery is participatory, group-based and one that improves the likelihood of 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 a beautiful residence with top of the line facilities:
“My son John struggled with heroin addiction for over 10 years.”
Together, we’ve made it our mission to help others find long-lasting recovery from addiction. If you have any questions at all, please call me directly. “
– Steve Killelea, Founder of the Manor of Hope
*Your call is private & confidential.