Creating a hopeful future for families affected by mental illness.

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You are not alone.

We envision a future where families suffering from the effects of a loved one’s mental illness will no longer suffer alone, finding supportive relationships and practical resources to create a hopeful future for their family.

How We Help

Crisis Care Team Training

Helping churches help the vulnerable through training on how local churches can create Crisis Teams.

Caregiver Support Meetings

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Advocacy

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The P82 Resource Library

We’ve created some amazing resources to help you on your journey with mental illness. Look through our library to find resources like “How to Navigate the AZ System” or our “Mental Illness Book List.

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Monthly Giving Program

Double the Hope!

Friends of P82 have generously offered to double new monthly partnerships up to $5,000! Create a hopeful future for vulnerable families affected by mental illness.

Help us bring hope.

P82 Project Restoration exists to bring help, encouragement, and support to individuals and families suffering from mental illness. We are a Christ-based non-profit organization that provides hope, encouragement, and practical advice for families as they navigate the mental health care system.

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