We cordially invite you to attend a Ribbon Cutting to celebrate the Grand Opening of Hesed Place.
Empowering Healing Through Trauma-Informed Care at Hesed Place Hesed Place’s mission is to provide progressive, personal, and community resources to complex trauma survivors and a path to healing for adults who are interested. We strive to maximize human potential for freedom, growth, and independence in life through empowerment of collaborative community service.
Hesed Place is on a mission to heal the invisible wounds of complex trauma among adults who have endured prolonged and deeply impactful traumatic experiences from childhood. These are the adults who never received the help they needed when they were little. They were “missed,” and we want to be there for them now. We also acknowledge the fact we have all experienced trauma in some way! We are committed to providing resources for adults from all backgrounds to heal so that our communities will better thrive. The Hesed Place mission is not only a commitment to the healing of individuals but also a strategic step toward building a healthier, more resilient community.
● If you are interested in HEALING in your life, we invite you to JOIN our Healing Place @ Hesed - Trauma Recovery Group Online Community
●Hesed Place will soon be securing Occupational Therapy & Psychotherapy resources for survivors referred to Hesed Place, which will allow for expansion of our educational platforms by developing field-specific Trauma-Informed-Care (TIC) Training for community groups including medical & therapeutic professionals, law enforcement, educators, service providers, organizations, churches, life groups (survivor support) and other professionals.
● Hesed Place has big plans including a trauma center, a transitional living (Tiny Home) community and the ability to replicate its success. By replicating the model: “Trauma-Informed-Town-Within-A-Town” (TITWT) Hesed Place can share the success in our local community with other communities so that communities around the world can live Trauma-Informed to:
● Increase the capacity for complex trauma survivors to heal
● Decrease re-traumatization during the process ● Focus on relationship-based approach