The Hope and Healing Center provides support in the form of support groups, mental health coaching, theophostic prayer, healing prayer, referrals, as well as access to the Hope and Healing Center’s serenity garden. All support initiatives are aimed at transforming lives, restoring hope.
Supportive services are offered in collaboration with many of our partner organizations such as Serenity Retreat, NAMI, Alcoholics Anonymous, The Order of St. Luke, and the Grace Alliance. HHC support offerings are free to the community.
Recognizing that community is one of the factors necessary for successful recovery, the HHCI provides a meeting space for a variety of 12-step and support groups. Support group experiences allow people affected by mental health difficulties and disorders to connectRead More
Mental Health Coaching is a form of strengths-based support for persons living with mental health difficulties and disorders. Coaches help clients develop healthy balance in life, give guidance in decision making, offer support in navigating mental health difficulties, and assistanceRead More
In collaboration with Serenity Retreat, Transformational Prayer ministers are available at the HHC. Transformation Prayer Ministry (TPM, formerly Theophostic) is an intentional, focused approach to prayer which leads to an authentic encounter with the presence of Christ. Most people feel some level ofRead More
The scriptures teach us that if anyone is sick, we are to call the elders of the church to pray over them and anoint them with oil in the name of the Lord (James 5:14). At the Hope and HealingRead More
Our serenity garden is a place of peaceful reflection. Located at the Hope and Healing Center, the gardens include water fountains, walking path, benches and tables to sit, relax and meditate. At the Hope and Healing Center & Institute weRead More
According to a 2013 report by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), 55% of U.S. counties had no practicing behavioral health workers and 77% had unmet behavioral health needs. Nationwide, state psychiatric beds decreased from roughly 51,000 inRead More