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Balance, Harmony, & Growth

New Hope Manor is a community of people pledged to respond to the needs of women who are alienated through the use of chemical substances. We offer Stabilization, Rehabilitation, and Reintegration services to women and their children in New York State.

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I feel the staff and my counselor care about me. Honestly, I would say everything is positive. At any given moment I am able to talk to staff if I need to, also the classes and treatment work have helped me secure my recovery long term. They truly work hard here and I’m so glad I chose New Hope Manor.”

Programs

New Hope Manor offers specialized and individualized program schedules to meet the unique needs of each patient

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Stabilization & Rehabilitation

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Reintegration

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Mother & Infant

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Vocational Education

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Admissions

Women who come to New Hope Manor may be in a state of crisis and are in need of support services and appropriate housing if they wish to achieve success in their recovery.

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Success Stories

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Suzanne

The support I received was second to none and the program saved my life.  While I was there this time I finally listened to every suggestion and learned how to be a great mom. The staff all around really made the difference because they believed in me at moments I could barley believe in myself.

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Kelley

I have so much to be grateful for, and I truly believe that without NHM, I would not have been able to achieve my goals. As I learned while in Barryville, I am not “living and not existing” and have found my true “purpose in life”.

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Maureen

Every day I find gratitude for the things I am lucky enough to have. It is because of New Hope Manor, the staff and amazing girls I met, that today I am alive.

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