Hope is real.

Taking hope from an abstract concept to a tangible force in your life is where we live. Through resources, community, workshops, and dedicated mentorship, we will help you find the hope you need to grab onto.

Stories

Struggling with mental health can feel like shouting into a void. It’s easy to feel alone. But one of the most powerful things we’ve found is the knowledge that you’re not alone at all. These stories can help.

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We believe that health and healing starts with community. By hosting workshops and small groups, we focus on connecting hearts and creating strength in relationships. 

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If My Quiet Cave’s mission resonates with you, we’d love to have your support. Find out more about the many ways you can make a difference in the lives of those struggling to find hope and healing

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In Response to Littleton Suicides

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Last week in Arapahoe County, the second student in 2 days and 8th of the year, took his own life. Arapahoe County and Littleton Public Schools are doing their best…

Surviving the Holidays

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Most holiday seasons I would write about setting boundaries, being in routines, and keeping a norm during the holidays to stay well. But this year is different. This year, I…

After the Election

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This is not a political post. This is a post about depression. Today is Thursday, November 10th. The election is over, and yesterday, Hilary Clinton gave a speech conceding the…

A Look Back After Columbine

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Last Wednesday was the 17th anniversary of the Columbine High School shooting. Last Wednesday I sat in a room at Waterstone Community Church, getting ready to facilitate a workshop on…