Never Lose Hope
Never Lose Hope
Door of Hope 4 Teens is a safe place to talk about struggles and emotions. We offer a confidential HOPE line for teens and young adults who are seeking help and want to stop self injury.
We offer a recovery coaching program. You will have a personal recovery coach to advise and encourage you. Your coach will provide an action plan to identify and give you tools to remove triggers and support long-term recovery from self harm.
You can stop self-harm and develop new coping skills. We have helped thousands of young people just like you. Your not alone......and we believe that you can overcome cutting, depression and thoughts of suicide. Never lose hope.
Schedule Zoom, FaceTime or phone call today.
(914) 393-1904 or (803) 570-2061
For over 17 years Debra has been passionately active in being an advocate, director and recovery coach for teens and young adults struggling with Self Injurious Behavior, also known as"cutting" and "self harm."
She believes that "secrets grow in the dark" and when these issues that hold you back are brought into the light...You will be set free of depression, addictive behavior and negative thought patterns. Debra has a unique way of sharing her own story bringing encouragement into the lives of those feeling hopeless and defeated. Her message of hope and faith bring restoration to teens and young adults.
Debra is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC) and holds an Advanced Diploma in Biblical and Youth Counseling from Light University as well as Biblical Counseling with Father's Heart Ministry. Debra has been a guest speaker at youth events and church retreats in New York , Pennsylvania, and Charlotte, NC.
Self - harm is a destructive coping strategy used to numb overwhelming emotions and life experiences such as depression, anxiety, fear and trauma. Our recovery coaches help you to discover healthier ways to cope. We are here to listen and will not judge you.
Never lose hope. You are stronger then you realize.
80% of self-injures begin harming in their teens.
Self-injury is used as a coping mechanism to deal with intense anger, emotional pain and or mental, physical or sexual abuse.
Self-injury happens in all socio-economic backgrounds.
Inflicting cuts with sharp objects to the skin until it bleeds.
Medical attention may be needed on wounds that are deep or have gotten infected.
Self-harm is a failed suicide attempt.
People who self -harm are seeking attention.
Those who intentionally cut are crazy and should be locked up.
Once a "cutter" always a "cutter."
Cutting is not addictive and I can stop without any help.
Only teen girls self-harm.
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08:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Texting HOPE Line
Sunday * Tuesday * Thursday
8:30 pm - 10 pm Eastern Time Zone
Contact Debra ~ 914.393.1904
Leave a message on our confidential voicemail and
your call will be returned within 24 hours.
Door of Hope 4 Teens & Young Adults