This is my story getting to Hope Crossing, I had been in recovery thirty-seven years with no outcome. I found myself stagnated by mental health policies. I felt trapped by State guidelines under a number system. Hope Crossing heard my cry seeking helpers needing to find support from other agencies linking what I relate to under what change and where I was worthy of restoration under a renewal planning to move forward within a quality of life sitting at home was no longer acceptable. People come into your life for a season there are times. Process of a lifetime experience. I found myself going out of my way taking care of others assuming they would take care of me I was the one who has no boundaries. Assumptions make about ourselves, or others how we expect things to be. Who am I? There were belief systems that changed in my …
Bridge To Hope Monthly Breakfast
Join us for our Bridge to Hope Virtual Community Breakfast every first Thursday monthly. . Bridge to Hope Community Breakfast is a monthly event designed to bring community agencies and resources together to fill the services gap for women in need.
Hope’s Crossing is hosting a series of virtual Zoom Meetings to help you with emotional support, empowering conversation, survival tips, and strategies to come through this COVID-19 crisis like the champion you are. Check Events for Dates and Subject Matter!
Pathway To Safety
The Pathway to Safety is a virtual 4 part info series created to support women who may be at risk of domestic violence, seeking information about navigating healthy relationships, tips on establishing relationship goals, resources to support the relationship journey and to recognize signs of unhealthy relationships. This 4-part series will provide the following: