Annual Report 2022
As was true for many non-profit organizations, at Hopewell, 2022 was a year of continued recovery and renewal from the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Our residents and staff continued to work together to keep each other safe and healthy while maintaining our highly-effective model of care, which integrates expert clinical treatment and medication management, meaningful work and social engagement, and the healing power of nature.
Annual Report 2021
Throughout 2021, Hopewell celebrated our TwentyFifth Anniversary of service to adults with serious mental illness. We celebrated despite the continuation of a global pandemic, and civil, political and economic unrest in our country. Through these challenges, our Board and staff successfully remained focused on keeping our community safe and healthy, and continuing to provide the best mental health care possible for our residents.
Annual Report 2020
2020 was a year in which Hopewell celebrated twenty-four years of service to adults with serious mental illness. Building on the vision and hard work of our founder, Clara T. Rankin, Hopewell has continued to grow and evolve to meet the needs of our residents and their families.
Annual Report 2019
As Hopewell nears the celebration of our first quarter century of service to adults with serious mental illness and their families, we are profoundly grateful for the hard work and support of many, including Board members, our caring staff, volunteers, donors, and especially the residents themselves. Together we have created a community of healing, where people can learn to manage their illness and develop the skills they need to live successful, productive and happy lives.
Annual Report 2018
2018 marked Hopewell's twenty-third year of providing healing and hope for people with serious mental illness. It was also a significant year of change and progress as we work to secure the future of this remarkable organization.