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Villa of Hope recognized as one of America’s Best Addiction Treatment Centers by Newsweek and Statista

As the summer draws to a close, Newsweek published a list of “America’s Best Addiction Treatment Centers” for 2021, and we made the New York list! We are also the only center from the Rochester Area to receive the honor.

Spectrum News: Rochester’s Villa of Hope focuses on mental health ahead of new school year

Villa of Hope School had a chance to shine today as the expert on youth mental health, and specifically, coping with anxieties around returning to school with uncertainties around the pandemic. Spectrum News reporter, Brianna Hamblin, met bright and early

June 2021 at the Villa: graduation, the Pinnacle awards and PRIDE!

The month of June was busy on Villa of Hope's social media calendar . . . but for those of you who missed it, we thought we'd recap June for you! Scan all the way to the bottom; you don't want to miss a minute!
Christina Gullo and Wynndy Turner from Villa of Hope, speaking at a press conference with TV microphones on the podium

Villa of Hope increases minimum wage to $15/hour

Wynndy Turner, Chief Human Resources and Diversity Officer states, “This has been a true journey to get to this point. Driven by our understanding of the value of the work our 370 employees do ... we knew this could wait no longer.”

Groundbreaking Recovery

The Villa's Groundbreaking Recovery event will take place on April 21, 2021; our two new facilities, a detox center and an outpatient clinic, are truly needed in New York State, and the Villa is proud to provide groundbreaking and life-changing opportunities for families and individuals to find hope and to recover and rebuild their lives.
Hope Place, a program of Villa of Hope

Villa of Hope strengthens all-women executive team

Based in Greece, Villa of Hope in recent months has tapped a trifecta of women leaders to lift and advance the mission of the organization.
Cover of Hope Notes, Thanksgiving issue

Hope Notes, Thanksgiving 2020

We are grateful . . . We asked youth from our School and Campus, and adults in our Clinic and Community Programs what the Villa has meant to them, and what YOUR contributions have meant.
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Black Lives Matter

We are experiencing trauma. The events in our community, our Nation, and the world over the last few weeks and months are traumatic. Losing loved ones to a pandemic, heightened racial tension, rising anxiety and unemployment are just a few

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Hope Notes Online, Winter/Spring 2020

For those members of our community who have needed desperately to talk to someone during this crisis, the Villa has been there in NEW ways.

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