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December 23, 2013

HOPEWELL LIVE….

HOPEWELL LIVE….

On Tuesday December 10th Hopewell's Executive Director, Rick Karges LISW-S, and Quality Improvement/Compliance Director, Candace Carlton LISW-S had the pleasure of being interviewed by Dr. Sana Loue on Case Western Reserve's radio show "Straight Up with DocSana" on WRUW 101.1. The discussion not only touched upon important mental health issues, but gave an overview of what Hopewell has to...[read more]

Posted by Betsie Arvin

November 13, 2013

Hopewell is featured in major mental health magazine

Hopewell is featured in major mental health magazine

The Fall issue of SZ Magazine, a division of Magpie Media Inc. has highlighted twelve residential treatment centers in an ad for ARTA which lists mental health communities of hope and healing. Hopewell is lucky enough to be among them. SZ Magazine is published four times a year and their mission is "dedicated to bringing hope, dignity and support...[read more]

Posted by Betsie Arvin

June 19, 2013

Opinion: Ten Ways We Can Help Facilitate A True Integration of Behavioral Healthcare and Primary Care

It is the expressed opinion by many that behavioral healthcare remains a fragmented and uneven system of care for individuals experiencing serious and persistent mental illness – both for adults and children-despite the best intentions of those of us in the field to make it more functional. Funding has been insufficient to meet the range and severity of behavioral...[read more]

Posted by Richard R. Karges, LISW-S, ACSW

November 28, 2012

Our Friends at Active Minds Need YOUR Vote!

Our Friends at Active Minds Need YOUR Vote!

Active Minds, is a non-profit dedicated to creating a world where no person dies by suicide, and every person who struggles with their mental health gets the support he or she needs. As a leading voice in the mental health movement, Active Minds has been selected as one of 25 charities in the race to win $1,000,000 through the American...[read more]

Posted by Amy M.

October 29, 2012

How Can We Help Facilitate a True Integration of Behavioral Healthcare and Primary Care?

It is the expressed opinion by many that behavioral healthcare remains a fragmented and uneven system of care for individuals experiencing serious and persistent mental illness – both for adults and children-despite the best intentions of those of us in the field to make it more functional. Funding has been insufficient to meet the range and severity of behavioral...[read more]

Posted by Rick K.

To provide an opportunity for adults with serious mental illness to experience a self-reliant and satisfying life through participation in a vibrant residential therapeutic community