Encouragement Support Groups

Assisting families and individuals through the emotional struggle of addiction and other life difficulties through prayer, encouragement, and HOPE.

Non-Judgmental. 

Confidential.

Free.

We offer prayer, encouragement, wisdom through scripture, educational topics, and allow the opportunity to share and derive feedback.

Groups are open to anyone. We invite individuals, family & friends, facing the struggle of substance abuse, addiction or any life difficulty.

Our groups are confidential, non-judgmental, open and a safe place to share. This is a place to process the truth of the difficulties of life.

 

Groups & Classes
(Signature Validated)

(counts as a meeting for court requirements)

LOH General Encouragement Support Group

(signature validation available)  

(every THURSDAY evening 6:30-8:00pm)

 

Veteran's With Hope Support Group

(every Tuesday evening 6:30-8:00pm)

Veterans and Active Military Only.

Mother’s Angels

Child Loss Support Group

(Second Saturday morning of each month 9:30-11:00am)

Mothers Only.

General Grief Groups

(1st & 3rd Tuesdays @ 2:00pm)

  

Addiction's Awful Truth

Monthly Speaking Panel

(signature validation available)

4th Monday night of each month. 

6:00-7:00pm

 

 

The Twelve Gifts class

(watch for class dates)

 Financial Peace classes

(watch for class dates)

 

 

Support Group Session

All of these groups/classes are offered throughout the year. See our calendar for dates and times or call us at
918-373-4560 to get plugged in right away.

Support Group
Mountain Ridge

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Keith Austin

It's what people don't see, that matters. We know that Light of Hope is making a huge difference behind the scenes, by helping in areas we publicly do not see. 

Sarah (Mom from Inola Middle School)

Thank you for educating my son at Inola Middle School. He's in 6th grade. He is really listening and thinking about all you have taught him.

Patsy Wheaton

Light of Hope saved my life. If it weren't for them loving me and helping me through difficult times, I don't know where I would be.