As a new venture of Partners Creating Community, Frog Hollow Farm envisions a place where adults with special needs can find a therapeutic community in which they will thrive.
Similar residential mental health facilities are demonstrating that the benefits of living in a caring, serene, and supportive environment can make the difference between a productive, empowered life, and one dependant on traditional, institutional care.
Situated on over 12 agriculturally productive acres in picturesque Kimberton, PA, the farm offers a bucolic setting in which residents enjoy the benefits of a working farm. An exquisite 7 bedroom home with four floors of generous living spaces fosters a sense of family and community while providing the privacy that adult residents require. Constructed in 2009, the farmhouse offers all modern amenities for the safety and comfort of residents.
Outside, residents can enjoy wooded trails, open spaces, as well as a barn suitable for keeping small farm animals, like our newest additions, Luca and Milo, our twin dwarf donkeys.
Located one hour north of Philadelphia, Frog Hollow Farm is easily accessible by major thoroughfares, including the PA Turnpike.
The goal of Frog Hollow Farm's residential program are built on the individual and community needs of its residents:
A compassionate, nurturing and communal home
Therapeutic services that develop emotional and behavioral stability
Activities that encourage new ways of thinking and acting
Ducklings at Frog Hollow Farm
SKILLS DEVELOPMENT & EMPLOYMENT
As a partner of the not-for-profit Partners Creating Community, Frog Hollow Farm participates in skill-development and employment opportunities with Green Lion Breads, Heart Stone Coffee, and Pear Tree Coffee Roasters. These three not-for-profit businesses welcome Frog Hollow Farm residents onto their staffs and train them in artisan baking, coffee roasting, and coffee brewing.
Green Lion Breads and Heart Stone Coffee serve the dynamic Phoenixville, PA community with high quality products made from locally sourced ingredients. Each business employs artisan techniques and serves a clientele that understands and appreciates the artisan's role in our community. For Frog Hollow Farm residents, this transfers into a unique opportunity to learn new skills and meet new people in a sensitive, compassionate setting where personal dignity is valued.
Admissions to Frog Hollow Farm's therapeutic residential program is currently open. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. For more information, medical providers, families, and organizations serving adults with special needs should contact:
Kristin Weber |
Brian Dodd |