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October 29, 2012

How Can We Help Facilitate a True Integration of Behavioral Healthcare and Primary Care?

It is the expressed opinion by many that behavioral healthcare remains a fragmented and uneven system of care for individuals experiencing serious and persistent mental illness – both for adults and children-despite the best intentions... read more

September 26, 2012

Affordable Health Care Act Helps Individuals with Mental Illness

Though the Affordable Health Care Act is controversial, we felt it was important to point out the significant benefits people with a mental illness will now have. This article does not represent a position on... read more
Helping to Heal

September 17, 2012

Helping to Heal

Opinions about the most effective approaches to treating individuals with a serious mental illness are many. At Hopewell, we focus on what is called milieu therapy. This means that the community at Hopewell serves as... read more
The Value of a Therapeutic Community

June 7, 2012

The Value of a Therapeutic Community

The primary goal of a therapeutic community is to foster individual change and to eventually help people return to society and live a productive life. This is accomplished through a community of people (at Hopewell... read more
New groups focus on community service and marketing

May 21, 2012

New groups focus on community service and marketing

Hopewell's program offerings are often changing, tailoring to the resident's needs, current season and staff and volunteer contributions. Maple sugaring consumes staff and residents in the early spring (but it's well worth the hard work!),... read more