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As someone who has worked within Human Services for over 14 years, I've seen and heard the outcry for help in various forms and seen the attempt to masked it in various ways. Maybe you've heard it or seen it yourself and just didn't know what to do at the time. Please help us by clicking the link below and donating to Suffer No More. You can also help by spreading the word to others that we exist and are ready to restore hope. The best way to help us is to simply listen better to those around you. You might just have the hope they need in that moment...

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    We have an amazing network of psychologists, family therapy counselors, behavioral analysts, and Pastors who are truly dedicated to bringing clarity and freedom to any given situation. We are looking to bring counseling to those seeking a breakthrough in their situation. The counseling will be paid through a voucher system that is based on a sliding fee scale model. Pretty much, the health provider determines the cost and we, "Suffer No More", pay for it.

 

​     Parents of children with disabilities have an extra shoulder to lean on now. We want to support them emotionally, spiritually, and financially as they continue to grow as family with a brighter future. Parents working through the mental health challenges with their children can also get care and support. 

 

     For those coming back from the battlefield or the battle that comes after child labor, PTSD and post pardum depression/psychosis can be a very challenging walk alone. Individuals will need initial and continued support for healing and growth. Help us support the existing organizations that are already doing the work, but are underfunded and for those who come through our counseling system. 

 

     We are not only going out into the streets but are also networking with organizations who just don't have the resources to fund and support some of the "other" needs that are presented. We want to provide Sterno cans for those who are sleeping in tents, back backs and luggage for constant travelors, bus tickets for those who are now accepted back into the family fold, and paid treatment for those who desire nothing else but to be free from the chains of addiction. The list goes on...

 

     www.thcci.org       Church Home, Pastoral counseling

     www.breakingfree.net   Opposition to Human trafficking & Sexual slavery 

     www.suicidehelplines.org     612-379-1199  Christ based counseling

     www.woundedwarriorproject.org   

     Providing much needed services to wounded soldiers/veterans

     www.nomore.org      Domestice voilence & Sexual assault Awareness  

     1-800-SUICIDE      Suicide Counseling

     1-800-SUICIDA      Depues de un intento de suicidio

     www.crisis.org        Minnesota crisis line 612-379-6363

     www.suicide.org       Suicide prevention 

     www.drugrehab.com  Changing lives through addiction care & education

     www.allina.com   612-863-4770  Postpartum Depression Support Groups

     www.ppsupportmn.org  612-787-7776  Postpartum Support Groups

     http://www.parknicollet.com/specialtycenters/melrose-center

     Eating disorder assesment 952-993-5864

     www.Emilyprogram.com  888-364-5977 Eaitng Disorder Treatment

     www.mntc.org  612-373-3366  MN Adult and Teen Challenge

     Freedom from addiction

     www.Aaclive.org     American Addiction Centers  888-855-2573

     www.sosramsey.org  651-266-1000  SOS Sexual Violence Services

     www.stpaulintervention.org     The Saint Paul Ramsey county Domestic           Abuse Intervention Project  911 or 651-645-2824 or 1-800-799-7233

     www.rehabs.com  Saint Paul inpatient Drug & Alcohol Rehab Programs

     www.bulimia.com  Eating Disorder Treatment Centers for Bulimia &                Anorexia in Saint Paul 1-866-547-0824

Keep on loving each other as brothers and sisters. Don't forget to show hospitality to strangers, for some who have done this have entertained angels without realizing it! Remember those in prison, as if you were there yourself. Remember also those being mistreated, as if you felt their pain in your own bodies.  Hebrews 13:1-3

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