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New Hope Celebrates Historic 2023 with End of Year Event

December 8, 2023 New Hope Happenings

Rock Hill, S.C., December 13, 2023 – Staff at our New Hope Treatment Centers facility in Rock Hill were rewarded for a successful 2023 last week.

More than 100 full-time staff members were treated to a night full of great fun, laughter, food, music, dancing, and awards. Held at the gorgeous Crystal Ball Room in downtown Rock Hill, the celebration of tireless work and excellence allowed members of the New Hope team to distress, unwind and dress up.

Organized by the Director of Recreation Therapy, Dolly Williams, and her outstanding engagement committee, the event ran from 6pm-10:30pm. The committee honored and recognized several deserving employees and life changers. Below are the recipients.

2023 New Hope Heroes

Marquis Hart

Rome Wright

Jarrod Severeide

Phil Southern

Sylvia Russell-Moore

Jennifer Mantei

Tracey Knox

Blair Dixon

Alex McCleave

Veronica Boden

Dr. Malisa Shuler

New Hope Team Building Award – Michael Little

New Hope Crisis Prevention Champion Award – Derrick Falls

New Hope Culture Builder Award – Marguerite Conyers

New Hope Enthusiasm and Attitude Award – Sitina Digby

New Hope Family First Award – Charlene Stinson

New Hope Excellence in Leadership Award – Curtis Barnes

New Hope Legacy Award (20 or More Years of Service)

Sandy Vinson – 26 Years

Sitina Digby – 26 Years

Michelle Johnson – 26 Years

Marcus Mays – 25 Years

Eulalia West – 24 Years

Rebecca Spanberg – 24 Years

Dolly Williams – 23 Years

Jennifer Steele – 22 Years

Marguerite Conyers – 22 Years

Bobby Pearson – 22 Years

Phil Southern – 22 Years

Tracey Knox – 22 Years

Sharon Jones – 21 Years

Gloria Clowney – 20 Years

“We had a blast at the end of the year party. What a year it has been! So much to celebrate and we are just getting started as a company. By the end of this year, we will have had over 225 successful graduates from New Hope. That’s 225 young lives changed. I thanked the team on behalf of those 225 kids but also their kids, and their kids’ kids. We are a making multi-generational impact. We are stopping cycles of pain and starting cycles of opportunity. And the success that those kids are experiencing three generations from now started this year, at New Hope, because of this team.” – Chief Operations Officer, Matt Simon, MA, LMFT, NADD-CC.

For ALL the PHOTOS of the fun.