Building Bridges to Mental Wellness


One Life at a Time.

Over 48 million people fight mental illness every year. 1 in 6 children ages 2-8 is diagnosed with a mental, behavioral, or developmental disorder. As suicide rates continue to rise, hurting people and their loved ones struggle to find hope.

His Heart Foundation sees this crisis and understands the stigma that keeps individuals and families isolated, alone, and without help. We are here to serve and empower the local church to take action by ministering in the areas of mental wellness through the following strategies:

Partners & Churches for Mental Health Coalition

Uniting to break the stigma of mental illness in the church.



MentorSuccess™, a Kindergarten through 5th grade mentoring program, builds bridges to preventive mental health & lifelong mental wellness by connecting students with trained mentors. Creating caring connections to inspire success in life, relationships, and leadership.


Referrals & Education

His Heart Foundation is breaking the stigma of mental illness by educating local churches and individuals, so that they will know that there is hope and healing for their minds, bodies, souls, and relationships.

The Oasis is a Christian Retreat Center dedicated to creating a place of peace and rest in the middle of our hectic world.

The Oasis Retreat Center

The Oasis is a Christian Retreat Center dedicated to creating a place of peace and restoration in the middle of our hectic world. We invite you to come and take time away from the busyness of everyday life and draw closer to the Lord. Our property is a mere 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver, Washington, and 30 minutes from downtown Portland, Oregon.

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Our Latest Mental Health Blogs

Fighting the Stigma of Mental Illness through Education

How Mental Illness Affects Sibling Relationships

August 12th, 2020|Counseling, Mental Health Awareness, Relationships|

Mental illness has a deep impact on families, including sibling relationships. NAMI (National Alliance Mental Illness) writes that… “The disruptive force of mental illness is often referred to as family burden. This burden has a subjective component, which consists of the emotional consequences [...]

5 Strategies to Improve Your Marriage When Facing Mental Illness

August 5th, 2020|Grief, Marriage, Mental Health Awareness, Relationships|

5 Strategies to Improve Your Marriage When Facing Mental Illness  1. To fight isolation, choose connection  Connection: Connection isn’t just about a weekly date night. It’s choosing to move toward each other when it would be easier to withdraw or lash out. It’s choosing [...]

The Expectation of Perfection

July 13th, 2020|Anxiety, Counseling, Depression, Parenting, PTSD, Relationships, Self Care, Stress, Trauma|

Perfection.  It seems like the societal expectation.   We expect it from the guy that makes our sandwich at Subway.  We expect our children to get straight A’s and never make mistakes as they try to figure out who they are.  Most of all [...]

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