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Ways to Help
Learn about the many ways you can join Robin’s Hope in offering hope and healing to those overcoming the impact of abuse, violence, loss, and other traumatic events.
What is Robin’s Hope?
Robin’s Hope is a Trauma Recovery Center for adults. We offer a variety of free support groups to assist anyone 18+ in healing from any type of emotional trauma. Experiences of childhood abuse, domestic violence, the unexpected death of a loved one, substance use disorder, etc. can overwhelm one’s ability to cope. Our participants, members, volunteers, and staff have lived and seen it all. We welcome you and your lived experience to our spaces! Robin’s Hope uses both licensed, trained counselors, and peer specialists (who have lived experience) to facilitate groups. This keeps things real and focused on moving forward. Our widening array of groups focus on learning how trauma impacts us and how to heal through building resilience skills. But it’s not all about healing all the time. We walk with you day to day and encourage you to show up as you are. We’ll walk alongside you. All forms of recovery are valid at all paces.
Who is Robin?
Robin’s Hope was founded by Jennifer Kell, LCSW, and Heather Pate, RPRS- T. We’re named in honor of Robin Farrar, whose heart desired to create a place to support people after they left the hospital. This is the foundation of our vision for Robin’s Hope.
We’re a non-profit program of the Jeremiah Foundation, which is a 501(c)3 that also provides outpatient counseling under the name Inner Touch. The Jeremiah Foundation is committed to helping people heal and manage mental health concerns. We do our best to try and make our space safe, but we know that we will make mistakes. We are always working on trying to improve our spaces. The organization name is called Jeremiah Foundation, Inc. because that is what it was named in 2006. We encourage everyone to attend from all race, creed, religion or no religion, lifestyle, color, belief, and so forth.
Donate to Join the Vision!
Robin’s Hope is dependent upon community support. Your generous donation assists us in adding groups, paying facility costs, keeping participants comfortable, obtaining art supplies, and more!