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New York Times: Talk Therapy Found to Ease Schizophrenia

More than two million people in the United States have a diagnosis of schizophrenia, and the treatment for most of them mainly involves strong doses of antipsychotic drugs that blunt hallucinations and delusions but can come with unbearable side effects, like severe weight gain or debilitating tremors.

Now, results of a landmark government-funded study call that approach into question. The findings, from by far the most rigorous trial to date conducted in the United States, concluded that schizophrenia patients who received smaller doses of antipsychotic medication and a bigger emphasis on one-on-one talk therapy and family support made greater strides in recovery over the first two years of treatment than patients who got the usual drug-focused care.

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Summer 2015: When Your World Turns Upside Down

Summer 2015: When Your World Turns Upside Down

Left at an orphanage in Korea at six months of age, beautiful, healthy little Mariko was adopted a year later by a loving couple who brought her home to Northeast Ohio. Throughout her school years, she excelled at everything. She studied in France during high school and became fluent in four languages. In 2007, she graduated with honors from American University in Washington, DC, with a degree in International Studies and an eye on law school. Mariko’s future was bright.

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Hopewell Helps Adults with Mental Illness; Provides Fee Assistance through Fundraising

July 21, 2015

Mesopotamia, OH – Liza Trela, age 27, is benefiting from both outstanding therapies and access to funding available from the Hopewell therapeutic farm community, accordi... Read More

Hopewell Farm Introduces New Website To Provide Information for Families Dealing with Mental Illness

July 14, 2015

Hopewell, a therapeutic farm community for adults with mental illness, has just introduced a new, mobile-friendly website to provide information for families, caregivers and h... Read More

Spring 2015:  A Family’s Story

Spring 2015: A Family’s Story

June 17, 2015

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...

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