Restored Hope Network | RestoredHopeNetwork.com
Restored Hope Network is a coalition of ministries serving those who desire to overcome sinful relational and sexual issues in their lives and those impacted by such behavior, particularly homosexuality. RHN works alongside the body of Christ, the Church, and to connect those seeking help with local member ministries and other resources that are available, as well as support, equip and connect the local member ministries.
Hope for Wholeness | HopeforWholeness.org
Hope for Wholeness is a Christian organization dedicated to equipping and uniting agencies and individuals to effectively communicate the message of freedom from homosexuality, as well as how to effectively convey support and understanding to individuals facing the reality of a homosexual loved one.
Living Hope Ministries | LiveHope.org
Living Hope Ministries mission is to proclaim God’s truth as we journey with those who are seeking sexual and relational wholeness through a more intimate relationship with Jesus Christ. We provide free in-person support groups, one-on-one pastoral counseling and mentoring, online support forums, and education and training for the church and community. LHM proclaims a Christ-centered, Biblical world-view of sexual expression rooted in one man and one woman in a committed, monogamous, heterosexual marriage for life. Anything less than this ideal, falls short of God’s best for humanity.
Hope 4 Families | help4families.com
Ministers to families dealing with gender confusion.
Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PALS) | palgroup.squarespace.com
Parents of Addicted Loved-ones is a support group of parents helping parents. We meet every week to offer education and support, at no charge, for parents who are trying to save a son or daughter from addiction. By attending our meetings, currently in Arizona, Indiana, Kentucky, California, Montana, Ohio, Oregon, and Washington, you will learn proven ways to help your loved one recover from addiction. You will also have an opportunity to give support to, and receive support from, others facing your same challenges. Participants 18 years and older may attend PAL meetings.
Al-Anon | al-anon.org
Support groups throughout the country for families impacted by alcohol and addiction.