My daughter, Liza, is a resident at Hopewell for a second time. I want to tell you our family’s story. My husband, Richard, and I have two daughters. We have always been a close-knit family. We thought life was challenging when Richard lost his job in 2008 and in 2009 when he was diagnosed with cancer. No matter how we have been tested, we have remained strong. But in July 2010, we thought we were fighting for our lives. Liza, our beautiful, gifted oldest daughter, was facing court-ordered confinement in a state mental hospital/ criminally insane facility. Her crime? She is dealing with schizophrenia with paranoid delusions.
Hopewell CEO Suggests Ways to Deal with Dark Days of Winter; Therapeutic Farm Offers Assessments and Information
February 11, 2015
Getting through the dark days of winter can, for many, be particularly depressing. Research tells us that the lack of sunlight, along with lots of cold and wintry weather comp... Read More
Hopewell Therapeutic Farm Offers Assessments and Information; CEO Suggests Ways to Get Through Holidays
December 23, 2014
Mesopotamia, Ohio-(December 19, 2014) Getting through the holiday season can, for many, be particularly stressful and sometimes physically exhausting. Whether it be from hikin... Read More
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