Door of Hope 4 Teens


(914) 393-1904  Text 4 Hope





Since May of 2008, Door of Hope 4 Teens has been a devoted advocate for teens and young adults who struggle with self-injury, also known as cutting, Self Injurious Behavior and Deliberate Self Harm.

Our team of Crisis care advocates provide emotional support, resources and prayer.

We have helped thousands of youth from across the globe. Our national

Texting HOPE line, email mentorship and telephone lines make it possible for us to be reached no matter where you live.

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Our mission is to help teens overcome the struggle of cutting. We are here to meet your emotional needs and help you discover freedom through a process of restoration and hope.

Recovery is possible


 We rely on your donations to help support our vision at Door of Hope 4 Teens. If you are interested in bringing awareness to self-injury and would like to host a fundraising event at your school, church or other organization.

Please contact us. Thank you kindly:)

Locally, nationally and internationally, Door of Hope 4 Teens is a vocal advocacy for teens and young adults who struggle with self-injury.  If you live in the Charlotte, N.C. area your welcome to join our monthly GROWTH GROUP for teens as well as informational meetings for parents, clergy, teachers and physicians. Text or call to registar. 

We believe in YOU and God can restore all things to those who ask HIM. Be encouraged  that you can recover from self-injury.Take the first important step and reach out to one of our crisis care advocates today by 

TEXT MESSAGE or emailing.

(914) 393-1904 or (615)746-7319

 A common reason for self-injury is to get relief from overwhelming emotions. Cutting is like a "silent scream" often trying to release feelings you cannot express with words. Emptiness, low self-esteem, fear, depression and anger are emotions you might be able to identify with. Research indicates a connection of self-injurious behavior with a history of trauma or abuse. This may include but not limited to sexual, physical, verbal abuse. Our team at Door of Hope 4 Teens believes that faith in God can begin to repair the brokeness in your life. He will give you the strength to recover. Never lose hope...

You can be set us today for more information.

(914) 393-1904

You are not what your scars reveal., YOU are worth much more.​

 Meet Our Team

Amie Barker

crisis care advocate

Hope in Action : The Definition of Me

I am anxious for nothing    Philippians 4:6

I am cherished     Ephesians 5:29

I am blameless    1 Corinthians 1:8

I am free from condemnation  Romans 8:31

I am the apple of his eye  Zechariah 2:8

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Michelle Briggs

crisis care advocate

​email mentor

Kim Greenly

crisis care advocate

Melanie Deparletto

crisis care advocate