What Makes our Addiction Support Program Different:
The Manor of Hope is a long term, post-detox addiction support program.
It’s one of the few programs in the country to provide such comprehensive care for young men struggling with the disease of addiction.
Read below about what makes our program different.
Our residents are supervised by highly trained treatment professionals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
It’s extremely important that your loved one have access to the best and most reliable care around the clock. At the Manor of Hope, our staff are experts in the field of addiction support and are available at any time of the day or night to ensure that he has a constant support system in place. This also gives you and your family the peace of mind that he is in a safe place and well taken care of.
All meals at the Manor of Hope are included and prepared by our Director of Nutrition.
Food has a huge effect on the body and the mind. 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”!
Our addiction rehabilitation support program focuses on healing through:
- hard work
- proper diet
- 12-step support
- alternative therapies
We have seen that this produces a well-rounded and multi-approach method of rehabilitation.
Our residents also find spiritual healing through meditation, art therapy and self-examination as well as community based therapy.
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.
Many of our current residents have been in and out of drug rehabs countless times only to relapse. We are a post-detox program which focuses on long term healing of the body and mind.
Family is important! Our residents are each treated with the same respect and support. They live in a family environment and eat meals, exercise, go on weekend adventures and all spend time together. We also involve their parents and families in many of our events.
Within a few miles of the Manor of Hope house in Phoenixville, PA is the new Graduate house. Once a resident is ready to move on from the program he is given the choice of moving in with other recent graduates to this transition house. There is a lot more freedom yet they still have access the staff at the Manor of Hope and many of the support programs in place. Moving in with other residents who have gone through the program and are able to provide support, camaraderie and friendship is extremely beneficial for long-term rehabilitation. All residents have been placed in jobs and are responsible for rent and maintenance of the graduate house, much like any other apartment rental situation with roommates.