Since its inception, New Hope Manors mission has been to provide services, including treatment, rehabilitation, housing, counseling, education and support to adolescents with substance abuse/mental health issues and their families; to provide such services to those individuals, adolescents, adults or families who are at risk; and to provide other services aimed at the prevention and treatment of substance abuse/mental health in a variety of settings within the community, including schools, youth and family services bureaus, and social service agencies. New Hope Manors vision is to offer services that will allow for a continuum of continuing care for adolescent females and their families within the context of a gender specific treatment model that is recovery based and takes a wellness and holistic approach to working with young women.
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Student Teacher Ratio
4 : 1
27% Male / 73% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Black or African American
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