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HopeWay Foundation

1717 Sharon Road West
Charlotte, NC 28210

(704) 930-0130

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Breaking Ground, Building Hope
November 16, 2015

The HopeWay Foundation Board of Directors held the official groundbreaking event on Thursday, Octobe...

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HopeWay Foundation Overview Video
November 20, 2015

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HopeWay is a not-for-profit organization that will provide best practice mental health care and education for adults and their families.

Mental illness is overwhelming and frustrating for families and individuals whether you are experiencing it for the first time or have been coping with symptoms for years. HopeWay understands this and is committed to providing compassionate real solutions.

“I am passionate about not only aiding clients in their own treatment and recovery, but working with the families who share the struggles of those living with mental health and/or substance use disorders.”
- Dr. Alyson Kuroski-Mazzei, HopeWay Foundation CEO & Chief Medical Officer

There isn’t a nonprofit residential mental health center in a 100-mile radius around Charlotte despite more than 230,000 adults currently suffering from serious mental illness.


Our goal is to treat 500 clients per year.

4,000lives changed

Our goal is to treat 500 clients per year. Studies show for every patient there are 8 other people who are deeply concerned about the patient's health, which would result in 4,000 lives meaningfully impacted in a given year.

studies show90%

of all people who receive best practice care demonstrate a reduction of symptoms and improved productivity.

HopeWay is located at 1717 Sharon Road West in south Charlotte on a 12- acre campus. The centerpiece is a 52,000 square foot building that was renovated by Perkins + Will, an architecture firm specializing in designing behavioral health environments.