In some situations, individuals and families that find themselves face to face with the growing challenges of crisis, abuse, trauma, addiction and/or homelessness and need a full team of support.
Recovery support, coping tools and skills necessary to meet the demands of rescue and recovery are critical to effectively equip and encourage all who are involved.
Dismantling the toxic and negative patterns of thought and behavior are critical to the recovery process. Change takes work, patience and hope.
In your lifetime, you will most likely be, or know of someone:
- Coming out of a crisis.
- In the middle of a crisis.
- Or heading directly into a crisis.
Please call 678) 920-2608 for consultation surrounding your specific needs or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also partner with a special ministry involved in recovery and/or rescue to assist you or someone you know who needs a pathway of healing from sexual abuse/assault/trafficking/club dancing or either are/or have been in jail.
Dr. Diane is approved to work with females in the Gwinnett County Jail either individually, a group, or in bible study. If you would like to donate toward the cost of these healing programs, please either donate on this website, or mail a check to:
3300 Hamilton Mill Road, STE #102-223, Buford, GA 30519 (501 (c) 3 tax deductible)
If you are looking for a program in transitional healing or housing, please reach out to learn more about what that opportunity may look like for you, a friend, or a loved one.
Warning Signs, Symptoms and Prevention Education & Resources:
Resources are available for individuals and families from both a biblical and psychological perspective for healing body, mind and soul.
Human Trafficking Hotline: 1-888-373-7888 or
Text HELP to: BeFree (233733)
Self-Help Support Line 1-888-DON’TCUT (366-8288)
Domestic Violence Hotline 1-888-799-7233
A free 24/7 helpline providing mental health crisis assistance and access to mental health resources throughout the state of Georgia
Reach a trained counselor by text message. Youth and teens are especially welcome.
Other community resources in the State of Georgia: