Experience a Trauma Healing Group

There ishealing and hope
for the heart-wounds caused by trauma.

Fresh Hope offers Trauma Healing Groups, developed by Christian mental health professionals of the Trauma Healing Institute of the American Bible Society.

This unique method of trauma healing unites proven mental health practices and engagement with God through the Bible.

Telling your story of pain and grief while experiencing the love of Christ through healing, restoration, and reconciliation with God, self and neighbor is healing and gives hope.

When you don’t deal with

your heart-wounds

your heart-wounds

will deal with you.

Experience a Trauma Healing Group

Interested in becoming a Trauma Healing Facilitator? Contact Donna@FreshHope.us


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What Your Gift Can Do for Offering Hope to the Hopeless

For every 32 cents given, we are able to offer hope for a week to one person who has a mental health challenge.

For every $16.64 given annually, we are able to offer hope for one year to one person.

Any amount you are able to give will help to offer hope to the hopeless.

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