"I've been in over thirty mental health and lockdown facilities over the last twenty years and I can honestly say that Hopewell was a beacon of light compared to all of the others."
Sam Silverman speaks of music and art with enthusiastic energy and profound passion. Sam is called to creativity, whether he is in his studio creating vibrant and unique works of art or at his piano composing music. He shares openly about a time in his life when mental illness became an obstacle to overcome in his quest for his purpose.
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.
Emily experienced bouts of depression throughout high school, moving in and out of numerous facilities. She started college but was soon hospitalized and left after a few months. In October 2015, Emily found Hopewell.
August 28, 2018
Hopewell presents the 8th Annual David Cutler Conservatory Exploring Mental Health lecture, “Public Perceptions of Mental Illness and Violence," with Phillip J. Resnick,... Read More