Hopewell is a therapeutic community located on a 300-acre farm in Mesopotamia, Ohio (approximately 60 miles southeast of Cleveland).
We help adults (age 18 and older) who have been diagnosed with schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, bipolar disorder, major depression or other forms of mental illness. At Hopewell, individuals are helped to:
- Believe in their own potential
- Develop the skills necessary to manage their mental illness
- Transition from Hopewell to more independent living situations
We believe everyone can experience success, find a life of purpose and feel hope.
Our highly qualified staff create an environment of caring and acceptance while providing first-class, licensed mental health services.
Hopewell was established as a not-for-profit organization in 1993 by Cleveland native Clara T. Rankin. Our first residents (residential clients) were accepted in 1996. Hopewell is the only therapeutic farm community in Ohio and one of only a handful in the United States. We are licensed to serve up to 40 adults on our main campus and up to five individuals in our adult family home located on nearby Mesopotamia Commons. Hopewell employs approximately 40 full-time, part-time and prn clinical, direct care and administrative staff.
We help individuals understand the importance of their medications, develop the skills necessary to live more independently, build self-confidence, return to school or find jobs and experience personal success.
To talk with our admissions team, please call 440.426.2009.