Whole-Life, Christ-Centered Mentoring
Devoted followers of Christ help survivors acknowledge their current circumstances, set future goals, and work toward health in all aspects of life. Mentors invite survivors into their homes for meals, model healthy marriages, and provide ongoing, unrelenting love through difficult times. Mentors help women overcome addiction, heal from past abuse, and move forward with their lives by guiding them to professional service providers and family counseling agencies. Through mentoring, women receive unconditional acceptance.
Partnerships will provide professional counseling, healthcare, education, life skills, and vocational training. Through these services, residents receive necessary tools for health and self-sufficiency.
For more information on how to become a mentor for Hope Ranch, please contact Cathy Cooper.