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2013: Nature, Community, Meaningful Work

Annual Report 2013

2013: Nature, Community, Meaningful Work

Nature, community and meaningful work: These are the cornerstones of Hopewell's therapeutic farm model of care.

Our farm itself, and our nature-based program, are keys to Hopewell's success. As Rachel Carson wrote in Silent Spring, "Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves in strength that will endure as long as life lasts. There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature."...

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2012: Report to the Community

Annual Report 2012

2012: Report to the Community

If 2012 at Hopewell were to have a theme, it would be nurture. So much of our activity focused on nourishment, growth and development – of our residents and of our farm community...

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2011: Growing Better Every Day

Annual Report 2011

2011: Growing Better Every Day

Hopewell's 2011 was a year characterized by promising beginnings. That means we were busy, but in the best sense of the word...

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2010: Report to the Community

Annual Report 2010

2010: Report to the Community

In 2010, we continued to be inspired by the resiliency of our residents and the combined power of nature and work which contributes to their recovery. Hopewell’s recognized success in serving adults with serious mental illness has validated that our holistic, therapeutic farm community model of care does create lasting results and positive lifestyle changes...

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2009: A Resilient Year

Annual Report 2009

2009: A Resilient Year

In 2009, we experienced a year that may be best characterized as one mixed with adversity and opportunity. A decrease in resident census and subsequent revenue mirrored the financial downturn felt across our state and country. Thanks to our loyal donor community, however, support for our unique program remained high...

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