The heart of our organization is in its name … to provide help and hope to families.  There are three ways we do this:

1.  Educational Materials

–  While working my way through my own life challenges, I have done quite a bit of research and read many books on the topics of grief/loss of a child, divorce, and parenting.

–  I have also learned a great deal from supporting friends, family members, and complete strangers going through these same trials.

–  Book recommendations and summaries and nuggets of information that have been extremely helpful to me are available online.

–  A few books that were instrumental in my healing, I purchase and supply to those who request the resources.

–  Check out the Resources page and the Blog for a whole lot of info on lots of different topics!

2.  Support for Single Moms

–  James 1:27 tells us to take care of widows and orphans. Single moms are the widows of modern society … because oftentimes, husbands don’t just move out, they disappear and stop supporting the family entirely. I understand this is not always the case. But many single moms do face the very hard reality of being left with total responsibility just as if her husband had died.

–  In surveying single moms, when asked what service would benefit them most, the answer was “A few hours to myself.”

–  The Center partners with existing Mother’s Day Out and Parent Survival Night groups and pays the fees so these tireless ladies can enjoy a well-deserved and much needed break, to have dinner with a friend or run errands or take a nap.

–  Moms reading this page, please go to the Contact Us page and send an email requesting this service if you are interested. Or check out our Facebook page where we post upcoming Day Out / Night Out events – http://www.facebook.com/CenterforHelpandHope

4.  Individual Coaching Sessions

Women going through life challenges need support.

Very often, they need professional help but cannot afford it.

The Center for Help and Hope fills this gap by providing affordable one-on-one coaching services. The client pays a minimum of $25 per session and the scale goes up from there depending upon ability to pay. The average rate for coaching is between $100 and $150 for a 60 minute session. The Center for Help and Hope pays the difference between what the client pays and what the coach charges. So for example, if the coach charges $150 and the client pays $25, The Center pays the difference of $125 to the coach.

In this way, clients are able to obtain professional services at a fraction of the cost.

Financial technicalities aside, let’s talk about the benefits of coaching!

Coaching is a well-established and highly successful process that helps people discover insightful truths about themselves, work through blocks, establish and meet goals, make positive change, and transform their lives.

Your coach isn’t there to “fix” you but to help you navigate toward a more engaged, happy, and compelling future.

If you are in need of this service, please fill out the Client Application form here:

Client Application Form