Do you feel hopeless, tired, and worn out in your relationship?
Do you feel as though you’re losing your own mind?
Are you ready to give up on your marriage because of your spouse’s mental health condition?
Twenty percent of the U.S. adult population is diagnosed with a mental health condition each year. Fifty percent of the U.S. adult population is married. Twenty to eighty percent of marriages where mental health and addiction challenges exist are more likely to end in divorce depending upon the diagnosis.
Mental Health Strong and Fresh Hope for Mental Health offer a group to bring hope, resources and support to couples with mental health and addiction challenges, so that their relationship can thrive, and they can live full, rich and faith-filled lives.
The Strength of Marriage
“Marriage is one of the strongest relationships in one’s adult life and has the potential to bring incredible healing or damage. The goal of Mental Health Strong is to help equip you and your spouse to work together so that your marriage brings healing, love, and connection like no other relationship despite the mental health or addiction challenge.”
— Erin Ramachandran, Mental Health Strong
Interested in Joining?
To participate in meetings, you will need to complete a registration process.
Please rest assured that all information you provide will be kept confidential.
* Fresh Hope + Mental Health Strong support group meetings are not intended to be a substitute for professional treatment.