Mattie House- New Hope Foundation

Transitional Housing
Marlboro, VT
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80 Conover Road
Marlboro, VT - 07746

(732) 946-3030 Click to call There are no reviews. Be the first to leave one Website Go to Facebook

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About Mattie House- New Hope Foundation

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At New Hope, they are acutely aware of what can be accomplished during the period of time a client is in their care. As such, their focus and each client’s treatment plan are designed to address his or her needs during those first critical weeks and months of recovery. They see the larger objective as being the creation of a life of abstinence and sobriety built upon the principles consistent with the programs of Alcoholics, Narcotics and Gamblers Anonymous. They also believe that healthy values manifest themselves in responsibility and that the ability to meet and respond to one’s own needs will not interfere with another’s development. Applying this philosophy, their goal is to instill 'recovery behavior,' the lifetime process that begins at New Hope and calls for the recovering person to continually strive for responsible behavior and self-improvement in sobriety.

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