Manor of Hope announces the addition of Peter Brizick CRS, CRC to staff

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OAKS, PA – 12-06-2018 ( — For Immediate Release

Manor of Hope, a long-term therapeutic residential program for young men battling addiction has added another key member to their team. ” I am excited to announce that Peter Brizick has joined our team at Manor of Hope” said Steve Killelea, Founder. “Peter brings a wealth of experience in the field of substance use disorder treatment and has the unique ability to connect with those he works with” said Killelea. “We are extremely happy that he has decided to join us at Manor of Hope”.
Mr. Brizick holds multiple designations including: Certified Recovery Specialist, Certified Recovery Coach, Certified Coach Academy Trainer and SMART Recovery Facilitator. He was also the recipient of the prestigious, “Unsung Hero Award” in 2017 from Caron Treatment Centers. 
In working with individuals, Mr. Brizick places great value on meaningful conversation in both one-on-one and group settings. He believes that powerful connections can occur while coaches and individuals are engaged in activities. Mr Brizick incorporates music, exercise, sports, mindfulness/meditation, cooking, gardening and other healthy activities into his programming. 
About Manor of Hope
Manor of Hope is a long term, therapeutic residential community dedicated to helping young men battling substance use disorder located near Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. The Manor of Hope program takes a holistic approach by addressing the mind, body and spirit to determine the best path to a meaningful and long term life of sobriety. 
To learn more about Manor of Hope or to schedule a visit, please contact George Hall at (610) 883 0040 or by e-mail at [email protected] or visit

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