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Hopewell is a non-profit, private-pay facility.  Most residents use a combination of private pay and insurance benefits to cover the cost of services. A discounted daily Residential Community Fee is charged to individuals who privately pay for services.  Hopewell is able to provide financial assistance as early as the beginning of the third month of service, when appropriate.  Such adjustments are made possible by our endowment fund and our generous donors.  Please contact our Admissions Department at 440-426-2009 to explore the affordability of our services.

During the application process, financially responsible parties (family, guardian, or applicant) must submit financial verification documentation to both demonstrate access to adequate resources to pay Hopewell costs and provide information for Hopewell to determine eligibility for any available adjustments or payment options. Additional fees apply for professional services including psychiatrist and nutritionist appointments, medications, and lab services.
For further information about daily charges for our residential care program, Club Hope transitions program or Lyman House (adult family home), please call our admissions team at 440.426.2009.

Hopewell is an approved provider with several private insurers, and our admissions team will work with your insurance company to determine whether any portion of treatment may be covered. Unfortunately, Medicaid and/or Medicare do not cover mental health residential treatment services.

Many residents supplement private payment with benefits from Social Security, the Veteran's Administration, workers' compensation or other third-party payers. In addition, we receive referrals from in-and out-of-state county boards of mental health, school districts, boards of developmental disabilities (workers’ compensation, I/O waiver options) and others.


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Learn more about our Admissions & Referrals process for caregivers and professionals today.
For additional questions, please call our admissions team at 440.426.2009.