"When I got to Hopewell, my life was in shambles. Almost five years later, I'm making headway, doing things I never thought I could do." - Langston, former Hopewell resident
In his early twenties, Langston spent two extended stays at Hopewell with diagnoses of schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder. Having created art as a child, his love of painting was re-kindled at Hopewell. "Painting was a means of catharsis for me," he remembers. Now age 29, Langston has transitioned to independent living in Cleveland, Ohio. He is preparing for the first major exhibition of his works as a professional artist.
Langston and his artwork are featured on pages 6-7 in the Winter 2017 Compass Points.back to success stories
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