Creating Space for
Faith and Mental Health
We believe all people are valuable regardless of their mental health. We equip faith communities to engage mental health and train and empower volunteers to lead powerful groups.
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.
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.
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.
HEAR FROM OTHERS
“The common thought is that teenagers are angry, out of control, and disrespectful, but it’s amazing what can happen when we give them the opportunity to be heard, cared for and validated in a group of their understanding peers. Within weeks of the class starting, the teens were asking for the group to extend beyond the 9-week class!”
Megan Magel, MA, LPC
Colorado Community Church
Front Range Christian School
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About My Quiet Cave
My Quiet Cave is a nonprofit organization creating space for faith and mental health
We create space to heal in Overcome, a 9 week group study for those affected by mental illness or mental disorder.
We create space for community in Cave Groups, ongoing support groups for those affected by mental illness or mental disorder.
We create space to learn in workshops for faith leaders in the Denver area about mental health issues.