What if there was a place whose purpose was transforming lives and restoring hope to individuals and families struggling with mental health problems and addiction?

Well there is! The Hope and Healing Center (HHC) is an expression of St. Martin Episcopal Church’s vision to minister to those broken by life’s circumstances and a direct response to the compassionate Great Commission of Jesus.

An independent 501c3 non-profit organization housed on the St. Martin’s campus, the HHC is a comprehensive mental health resource serving the Houston community and beyond.
Every week, the Center offers educational seminars and programs to inform the community on issues related to mental health and wellness. These include our popular Lunch and Learn series, a monthly Mental Illness Q&A, as well as more formal presentations by leading experts and professionals. Some areas we focus on include; Substance Use Disorder, aging, adoption/foster-care, serious mental illness, anxiety, end of life, and special needs parenting.
Support groups for individuals and families struggling with mental health problems and addiction are offered during the day and in the evening at the Center. Mental Health Coaches are available daily to offer personal guidance and support to individuals and families seeking answers and care.
The Center also offers continuing education training for mental health and medical professionals in the community.
Services offered at the Center are free or low cost and available to everyone.
Join us live on The Senior Answer, at 11 on Saturday morning, 01/14/2017 on 100.7 FM KKHT with special guest with Dr. Peggy Determeyer of The Hope and Healing Center of Houston’s St. Martin Episcopal Church as we explore the wonderful programs hosted by the Center. No radio, listen live on line at senioranswer.org !
Learn more at www.hopeandhealingcenter.org