Hopewell House is a very special group home for adults facing mental illness. In a supportive atmosphere, with dignity and respect, we provide personal care, education, and an environment for healing and growth. If you have explored other group homes for mentally ill adults, or options for mental health housing, you will discover that Hopewell House offers a unique combination of services:
A Place to Live
- Tranquil setting on a farm in Fairfax County, Virginia.
- Pleasant, attractive residential group homes where residents learn and participate in tasks of daily living.
- Healthy, fun, and relaxing recreational activities tailored to individual stated interests.
- Outings to events and places in the community that take advantage of our proximity to the greater Washington, DC area.
- Transportation available for community participation whether for work, school, medical, or recreational activities.
A Place to Belong
- Social groups that help residents understand and deal with particular symptoms and life skills throughout recovery.
- Ability to select your own community providers including psychiatrists, therapists, and medical personnel.
- Support in developing independent life skills, including housekeeping, financial management, social skills, community integration, and medication management.
- Community partnerships with outpatient providers.
A Place to Grow
- Personalized programs for each resident.
- Purpose, self-esteem, and dignity through planning and participation in all community outings, in-house activities, and meal planning.
- On-site support and coaching from Behavioral Health Coaches, with an excellent staff to resident ratio, 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Integration with community treatment members and family to provide for comprehensive care in the community.