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Early Signs of Bipolar Disorder in Adult Children

April 2, 2019

Early Signs of Bipolar Disorder in Adult Children

Have you noticed your child’s mood shifting inexplicably? Young adults with bipolar disorder have periods of extreme happiness only to drop to a depressive state soon after. Bipolar disorder is manageable with an effective treatment... read more
Hopewell to Construct New Activity Center

March 14, 2019

Hopewell to Construct New Activity Center

This spring, with support from generous philanthropists, Hopewell will break ground on an exciting addition to the farm – a multipurpose activity center. This brand-new facility will provide nearly 6,500 square feet of indoor space... read more
Art Studio Gets a Makeover

February 20, 2019

Art Studio Gets a Makeover

With generous grants from the Veale Foundation and the Eric and Jane Nord Family Fund, Hopewell recently completed a significant renovation of the farm’s Art Studio, located in the basement of Cottage Two. The renovation’s... read more
Crisis Intervention Team Training

February 4, 2019

Crisis Intervention Team Training

Crisis Intervention Team Training The Trumbull County Mental Health and Recovery Board (TCMHRB) and the Ohio Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness sponsored Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) training for 21 law enforcement officers... read more
Our Team, Our Passions

November 27, 2018

Our Team, Our Passions

Meet Matt Kalas, Hopewell’s new farm manager, who joined our staff in August. You could say that farming is in his blood. “I grew up on a dairy farm with 125 cows in North Bloomfield,” said... read more