Julia, a parent of one of the residents at the Manor of Hope sits down to talk about how as a parent she has hope now since coming to the Manor of Hope.
Victoria, a parent of one of the residents at the Manor of Hope share's her experience with the program. She sits down to talk about how her son has become a new & wonderful person since coming to the Manor of Hope.
Victoria's son started living a life of active addiction. After trying many 30 day programs, he still was not getting the treatment he needed. With the help of Manor of Hope, her son has been clean for well over a year and continues to lead a life of sobriety.
Victoria explains how The Manor of Hope has transformed her son and given his life back. We're very proud of him and I'm proud that he's back in school and that he's going to have a great future because of the Manor of Hope.
Julia, a parent of one of the residents at the Manor of Hope share’s her experience with the program
Julia, a parent of one of the residents at the Manor of Hope share's her experience with the program.
After multiple rehab facilities and and treatment centers, Anthony did not give up hope. He discusses how his son is beating his active addiction through long term recovery offered by the Manor of Hope.
After looking through multiple addiction treatment options for his son, Brad decided to send him to the Manor of Hope for long term recovery. He discusses how this decision has helped his son fight his active addiction.
He shares his story of addiction and recovery and talks about his experience with the staff and other residents in this addiction support program. “If you want recovery, you can find it here at the Manor of Hope.”
Doug, a resident at the Manor of Hope talks to a local Phoenixville, Pa school about how addiction overwhelmed his life.
Parker, a resident at the Manor of Hope talks to a local Phoenixville, Pa school about how addiction overwhelmed his life.
Parker, a resident at The Manor of Hope talks about active addiction and his plans for the future since his recovery from addiction.
Steve, a resident at The Manor of Hope talks about his life of addiction in and out of rehabs 47 times before coming to The Manor of Hope and beating the odds.
Max talks about what it feels like to be addicted and how he has begun to appreciate his life and look forward to his future after having taken part in the addiction rehab support program at The Manor of Hope.
George Hall, Director of Community Engagement at the Manor of Hope sits down and talks about how the Manor is different from a sober living home, and how it can help lead to a life of recovery.
Steve Killelea, Manor of Hope's founder talks about how addiction affects everyone.
The Soledad O'Brien show travels to the Manor Of Hope in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, to talk to some of the residents about their personal experiences with meth.
Andrew Deery from Majolica Restaurant in Phoenixville talks about being involved in the "Building Futures Program"
At the Manor of Hope, we treat our residents with respect. It's not structured like other treatment centers - it is setup as a family environment.
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.
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