Journey to Hope offers coaching and support groups at little or no-cost to anyone living within the Greater Cincinnati community. We are here to walk with you as you take your next step and grow into the best version of yourself. With a variety of resources and a system of support at your disposal, we’re confident you will find hope in whatever aspect of life in which you’re seeking it —whether that be emotionally, financially, or physically. We hope you’ll join us! Read our Winter-Spring 2020 Program Newsletter
Coronavirus Update: As of Friday, March 27, at 9 AM:
- Listen/View the recent story about our Job Search Programs on WVXU
- Our groups are still happening, via ZOOM, though some are not conducive to being held virtually. Check on the Coaching Groups pages to see which ones are.
Recent StoriesJourney to Hope is dedicated to changing lives through the healing process and power of group-based discussions and discoveries. Read the stories of people who took their first step, and hear how Journey to Hope supported them when they needed help or guidance during trying times.
- When Jaelyn Davis lost her best friend unexpectedly, grief consumed her. Unlike other emotions, grief presents itself as a vicious cycle – one that is not linear in nature – but instead one that can generate feelings of anger, which can then turn to sadness, then to confusion, then to acceptance, but suddenly and unexpectedly, […]Read More »
- If you lost your job today, would you know how to harness the power of social media to gain employment? In Diane Kinsella’s Social Media Branding course, I learned how to build my personal brand and maximize my job search efforts using social media. I have a story to tell. A story that is more […]Read More »
- For a stay-at-home father transitioning into part-time work, it can be difficult to find one’s footing and reemerge into the professional world. “You’re at a stage in life when you’re really trying to recalibrate yourself,” Patrick Kerin says. Patrick is a part-time adjunct professor and field supervisor at the University of Cincinnati, and prior to […]Read More »