Door of Hope 4 Teens
Rating: 5 stars 1 review
Location: 1677 Fairntosh Drive Fort Mill SC 29715 USA
Door of Hope 4 Teens is a non-profit resource for young women and teens who struggle with self-injury. Our trained crisis care advocates provide emotional support via a toll free support line, instant messaging, e-mail and text messaging.
Door of Hope provides encouragement, resources and referrals to hospital and mental heath professionals in your local area to help those who need crisis intervention and medical treatment.
Results: Provided support to over 1400 teens and young women who struggle with self-injury, also known as cutting.
Target demographics: Door of Hope has helped teens and young women not only in the US but in Canada, UK and Australia.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 700 students, 300 parents
Geographic areas served: Everywhere!
Programs: Teen growth group and crisis care support.
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The first time that I spoke with Debra from Door of Hope 4 Teens, for the first time in years, I felt like someone actually cared. At the time I was surrounded by so much darkness, I truely believed that I was going to die unhappy. After a few months of talking with Debra and the counselors from Door of Hope I ended up moving to New York to live with Debra and her family. I lived "in the Door of Hope" for two months, and in those two months I learned what it meant to be a Child of God. I recieved so much support, love, and encouragment that I was able to break free from a huge bondage in my life while living with Debra and I could never thank her enough. Door of Hope 4 Teens has been there for me every step of the way in my road to recovery, and I can say from my heart that without Debra, Door of Hope 4 Teens, and God I would not be where I am today.
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