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Music is an important part of our daily life. We offer music lessons and opportunities to perform.

Club Hope, Hopewell's Transitions Program, is designed for people who have a serious mental illness who are living successfully on their own or with family, but might benefit from involvement in a structured, daily program.

Members participate Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm in the same daily schedule as Hopewell residents. People may sign up for three, four or five days a week. Transportation is not included in the daily fee, but can be provided within a limited radius for an extra charge.

Psychiatry services, medication and medication management are not included. Club members will be given a lock-box and key for storing their personal items and medication during the day.

Please contact Betsie Arvin, Admissions Manager at 440-693-4074, x103 or contact us for more information.

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