We have a vision for family wholeness.

 

If one is hurting, all are hurting. By providing a safe and confidential space, families are met with understanding, giving them the freedom to build support systems.

 

SUPPORT

Every outreach aims to restore the brokenhearted, strengthening their identity in Christ.

  • Mom's Night Out

    Every month our mom’s share a fellowship night where prayer and encouragement is ministered, and laughter and tears are free to flow.  Each gathering travels to a new location where rest and good food is offered.  Click the link above or check out our Mom’s Night Out calendar on the Events Page for more details.

  • Dad’s Night Out

    Every month our dad’s meet together to enjoy food and fellowship in various locations around Northwest Arkansas. Click the link above or check out our Dad’s Night Out calendar on the Events Page for more details.

  • Mom's Retreat

    Adoptive mom’s are invited to join us for a weekend of refreshing messages, prayer, quiet times for reflection, creative activities and nurturing friendships.

  • Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) Caregiver Training

    Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) is an evidence-based therapeutic model that trains caregivers to provide effective support and treatment for at-risk children. TBRI has been applied in a range of settings including orphanages, foster and adoptive homes, churches, and schools. It has been used effectively with children and youth of all ages and all risk levels. TBRI Caregiver Trainings are open to the community and support systems of adoptive families. Check our events calendar HERE for upcoming training opportunities. Click HERE for more information on TBRI.

  • Parent to Parent Mentoring

    With the supervision of our TBRI Practitioners, experienced and TBRI trained adoptive couples, who have found spiritual healing, are considered for ministering to new families seeking support. Our trained volunteer ministry team provides weekly one on one supportive services covering topics such as:

    • Seeing the need behind the behavior

    • Calming strategies

    • Helping locate resources essential to your family’s needs

    • Setting up an environment for success in your home

    • How to lead your children into prayer

    If you are interested in learning more details about how to become a Parent to Parent Mentor, please contact Tina at tina.kacirek@gracehavenfamilies.org

  • Prayer & Encouragement

    Hard times hit and they often come out of nowhere! We want to pray for you. Our prayer team covers our families daily. If you would like to add a prayer request, or join our prayer team, please contact Kristina at kristina.walker@gracehavenfamilies.org We would love to pray with you!


EDUCATION

Raise awareness in the community (schools, doctor’s offices, churches, businesses) about the effects of early childhood trauma and equipping them to support children from trauma.

  • Community Awareness Activities

  • Trust-based parenting education

  • Trauma informed community education

  • Video and Book resource library


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One Family’s Story of Hope

I began going to Mom’s Night Out, and quickly found my home and my people.

— Karen Hall Blackburn


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