Infidelity Recovery


Crisis Support & Intervention Meeting 

The couple meets privately with a facilitating couple to provide immediate support after infidelity. The intent is to offer hope, resources, and strategies for beggining or restarting a healing process. The meeting typically takes 1-2 hours. This meeting can be in person, via Skype, or phone. We can discuss ways to get you in touch with a facilitating couple to get you this information.

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Weekend Intensive 

Our Weekend Intensives provide valuable information about adultery recovery and practical tools to enhance your recovery process. Each couple also leaves with resources to aid their continuing recovery at home. In addition, couples will be able to participate in a group setting which offers conditions and opportunities to glean information that simply can not be replicated in any other setting. We have found that the Weekend Intensives has been a very powerful experience for couples that have traveled from all over the world to attend (read testimonials here).  Please don't let the money keep you away. We have scholarships available.  

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Resource Kit

In response to requests for support groups, we have created a Resource Kit that provides everything needed to begin support for a couple right now. The Resource Kit includes a leader’s manual with simple instructions and videos of the teaching we include in our groups. Check out our Store to obtain a kit.

If you are a couple that has been through adultery recovery, this kit can guide you in coming alongside another couple. Prep time is minimal and the rewards are great. Let your pastor or counselor know you’re willing and see what God does. 

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Resource Referral

Hope & Healing has been ministering to couples for over 20 years. We have had exposure to many resources. We are able to refer couples and those coming alongside them to a variety of resources best suited to their situation. If you’re working with someone in adultery recovery and you have questions, please feel free to contact us via phone or email.