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Cornerstone for Hope is pleased to announce its newest facility partner, Synergy Houses.  Cornerstone will make available scholarships for individuals committed to their recovery in compliance with the programming and support provided by Synergy Houses staff and directors.

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The Certified Family Recovery Specialist training sponsored by Cornerstone for Hope wrapped up on November 14th with a confidentiality session presented by the Pennsylvania Department of Drug and Alcohol Programs.

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Hayden Mathias lost his battle with substance abuse on August 27th at the age of 22. Because of the generous donations made in Hayden’s honor, Cornerstone for Hope, in cooperation with the Pennsylvania Certification Board, will sponsor a Certified Recovery Specialist training series in the Spring of 2021.

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The first annual Hope Classic Golf Outing was held at Radnor Valley Country Club on September 24th, 2020. A perfect day for golf, participants enjoyed optimal conditions for some serious, (and not so serious), competition.

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On September 12th, our Certified Family Recovery Specialist training sessions began. Upon completion of the 80 hours of classroom work, participants will be eligible to submit a formal request for certification to the Pennsylvania Certification Board.

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On July 9th friends, colleagues, and family members participated in a fundraising event at Elevation Burger in Collegeville, PA. All they had to do was EAT!!!  Read more

Cornerstone for Hope’s mission, “building a foundation for recovery”, enables us to offer an exciting educational opportunity to individuals having an interest in beginning or furthering their career in the field of recovery. We are offering a free 10-week course to prepare participants to become Certified Family Recovery Specialists. Read more

We’re supporting young people in addiction recovery. Elevation Burger Thursday July 9, 2020 11:00am-9:30pm 201 Plaza Drive Collegeville, PA ( driving directions→ ) Come eat with us and support the cause! Save your spot here→ How it Works: When you purchase your meal mention your “Cornerstone for Hope” and follow the restaurant’s instructions to receive 15% of your meal’s price donated back to Cornerstone for Hope.

View highlights of our second annual “Evening of Hope” held on October 12th 2019 at the Franklin Commons in Phoenixville, PA… Read more about our annual event here

View VIDEO highlights of our last “An Evening of Hope” event below!

In response to the current Opioid Crisis, Friends of the Manor, a 501c3 charitable foundation affiliated with Manor of Hope and The M. Louise Fitzpatrick College of Nursing at Villanova University presented an Opioid Awareness Seminar on Saturday, October 20, 2018 on the campus of Villanova …Read more about this  Opioid Awareness FREE Seminar

Thursday Sept 13, 2018, the Friends of the Manor hosted a special event at the Silver Spoon restaurant in Wayne PA. We had a packed house of friends and supporters who enjoyed a night of camaraderie, incredible eats and some special guests! Read about our event and view photo’s

In October 2017, Friends of the Manor held its 2nd Annual called, “An Evening of Hope” to raise funds to benefit young men battling the disease of addiction. The event was held in Phoenixville at the Franklin Commons and an at capacity crowd shared an evening that included an inspiring video, appetizers, dinner, dancing and a silent auction … Read more

Benefactors of Friends of the Manor gathered at Painting with a Twist in Royersford in January 2016 to hone their artistic skills for a great cause.  Owners, Karina and Scott Barzousky generously donated 100% of the proceeds from this event to Friends of the Manor. Amy E. patiently guided us through the process, her talent … Read more

 

In October 2016, Friends of the Manor held its first event to raise funds to benefit young men battling the disease of addiction. 250 people shared an evening that included a tour of Manor of Hope, dinner, dancing and a silent auction. Guests were taken by trolley to Manor of Hope, a therapeutic community in … Read more