David Romprey Oregon Warmline Trains Upcoming HHCI Program

The Warmline Staff would like to thank Sharon Kuehn and Robin Kandel from the David Romprey Oregon Warmline. They provided a week long Intentional Peer Support (IPS) and warmline training to the HHCI staff. This training was vital as HHCI begins to start their own Warmline in Houston. Stay tuned for more news on our Warmline Program.

Dr. Matthew Stanford featured with Focus on the Family

Dr. Matthew Stanford, CEO of the Hope and Healing Center & Institute, was recently a featured guest on Focus on the Family’s Broadcast program where he spoke on the subject and stigma of mental illness, and how faith communities can help those suffering from mental illness. Watch Dr. Stanford’s video:

Meadows Foundation recognizes HHCI’s best practices

HHCI’s outreach program Gateway to Hope is included as a best practice in An Inventory of Faith and Mental Health Initiatives compiled by the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute on behalf of the H.E. Butt Foundation. The inventory of faith and mental health initiatives in San Antonio and best practices in Texas and nationally was compiled due to the significant role faith communities can play…

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