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Summer Solstice 2022



Fall 2021:  A New Adventure

Fall 2021: A New Adventure

Christina was featured in our 2018 summer newsletter, having arrived at Hopewell in 2016. She had been living with 17 other sisters as a nun at the Monastery of Blessed Sacrament on Cleveland’s west side and was experiencing extreme bouts of anger and depression. After trying two other mental health facilities, she fell in love with Hopewell and the art therapy program, where she discovered her creative side.

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Summer 2021:  Sharing His Hopewell Experience

Summer 2021: Sharing His Hopewell Experience

After experiencing an episode of psychosis, Jonathan arrived at Hopewell in 2017. For many of his previous treatments, he struggled to find the right psychiatric medication. During his ten-month stay at Hopewell, he found solace in the community and being able to “get better with his peers.” Thankfully, Dr. Martha Schinagle, a Hopewell psychiatrist, was also able to help him find a medication regimen that was low on side effects and high on symptom reduction.

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2020 Annual Report

Annual Report 2021

2020 Annual Report

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.

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2020 Outcomes Report

2020 Outcomes Report

Questions regarding Hopewell's outcomes research? Please read our 2020 Outcomes Report.

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Spring 2021:  Look Beyond for Hope

Spring 2021: Look Beyond for Hope

In 2015, after three stays in mental health facilities in less than a year, a doctor suggested Dana should be in a long-term residential facility. Dana said, “I took a deep breath, summoned every ounce of courage and vulnerability I had and took the plunge. I signed myself up for three months at Hopewell. Those three months turned into six months, which turned into me regaining control of my life in a way I never thought possible.”

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