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Company Overview

Our Beginning

Founded in 2012, the Hope and Healing Center & Institute (HHCI) is an expression of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church’s vision to minister to those broken by life’s circumstances and a direct response to the compassionate Great Commission of Jesus. An independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization housed on the St. Martin’s campus, HHCI is a comprehensive mental health resource serving the Greater Houston community and beyond.

Our Mission

HHCI’s mission is build and restore lives to health and wholeness through education, training, clinical services, and research that strengthen the physical, mental, spiritual, and relational health of families and individuals across the full cycle of life.

Our Vision

HHCI’s vision is easily accessible and affordable mental health care in every community.

Our Impact

Each week in 2019, HHCI provided mental health prevention, support, and treatment free of charge to 836 individuals from all religions, ethnicities, socioeconomic backgrounds, and circumstances who came from 211 zip codes; this includes individuals served at HHCI’s location on the campus of St. Martin’s Episcopal Church and those served through our outreach into the community locally and nationally. Learn More

Our Four-Part Approach to Mental Health Needs


Raises awareness and educates the community and professionals on behavioral and mental health


Equips faith communities and schools to recognize and respond to mental health issues

Clinical Services

Offers the most comprehensive psychoeducational interventions in Greater Houston


Bridges the gap between mental health and faith to find new approaches to care

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