Stronger is an accredited non-profit organization dedicated to offering healing programs for survivors of domestic abuse and gender based violence.
Stronger is a grassroots movement that believes everyone deserves a life free from abuse and works to empower people with the tools to reclaim what violence took away.
Stronger believes in connecting survivors of domestic and gender violence in local small group classes where they can begin to heal. We connect survivors all over the world to a community, in their own neighborhoods and churches, who meet together to laugh, cry and embrace the journey of reclaiming what abuse tried to take away.
STRONGER GROUPS are rallying survivors to feel seen, to feel heard, and to feel felt by journeying alongside one another and bearing witness to each other as we tell stories of strength and trauma, resilience and pain.
Stronger trains leaders for STRONGER GROUPS in local churches and communities who understand what you are going through and want to help.
We are survivors, and together we are make the world STRONGER.
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ARe you being abused?
Take any of our eight evaluations and quizzes to find out if you need to take action.
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WHAT OUR PARTICIPANTS SAY...
The Truths presented resonate beyond the walls of domestic abuse. The teachings on topics such as value and boundaries are critical for soul health of all people. I can’t recommend this program enough. I am so thankful I was able to sit under Brooke’s teaching as she shared Stronger Than Espresso. Praying you are constantly upheld by the mighty hand of God!
— GAIL STENNIS
Pastor of Care and Counseling Trinity Fellowship Amarillo, Texas
A great program that helps to rebuild yourself from past hurts & gives you the tools to have confidence and independence for your future. ~Emma
This is a great program to overcome the pain in your life from any type of abuse, from parental to spousal. Learn how to change your perspective on life and stop blaming others. ~Tina
Talking to others who have been in similar situations & learning how I ended up in a situation like that.~Steph
That I had shut down feelings and lived "numb" even though not in the same situation. That I made choices that were not wise and stayed with them and that childhood abusive relationships was the setup.~Amy