Fresh Hope’s NEW Podcast Program for Loved Ones: Holding to Hope for Mental Health

Greetings Everyone!

Today is a special day for us here at Fresh Hope.  We have now released our second podcast program entitled “Holding to Hope for Mental Health”  

We hope you’ll check this new program out! The website is: 

This new podcast program is for those who are family and friends/loved ones of those who have a mental health diagnosis.  

This program will soon be available on iTunes and Stitcher Radio.  Enjoy!

Both Holding to Hope for Mental Health and Fresh Hope for Mental Health are weekly podcast programs of Fresh Hope.

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