You are probably not here by accident. Either you or someone you know is hurting right now. We are here to help in any way we can.
To start with, know that you are not alone! God has led you to this site to find encouragement and support. If you feel that your situation is an emergency, please call your local police department or 911. But, here’s how we can help right now: To the right you’ll find some helpful information on how to recognize and respond to suspected abuse. You’ll also find some power and comfort from God’s Word right at your fingertips. If you have a specific prayer need that you would like to share, please send an email and one of our prayer team members will call to pray with you.
This site is designed to point you to the answers and resources you may need in order to respond to the trauma or abuse issues that are in front of you. Whether you are a parent or a caregiver, a ministry leader, youth worker, or community service provider, our goal is to provide 1) practical tools for prevention of child abuse, 2) guidance for those who are supporting victims of abuse, and 3) training opportunities for those who are equipping and empowering others to join in this battle to rescue, redeem and restore!
Dave and Christy Grammon
How Triumph over Trauma came to be...DESPERATION! We needed help raising teenage boys at the ranch that did not want to be raised. And God taught us how to love and bring healing to those who have had trauma and abuse. Thank you Jesus!
The purpose of the Triumph Over Trauma workshops is to facilitate the full restoration of mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health to the Church by training and equipping the Body of Christ ministry leaders, service providers, parents and caregivers to recognize and respond to survivors of trauma and abuse.
We serve in this way in order to coordinate community-wide jail ministry efforts and develop existing and new Bridge Ministry Partners to support men and women during incarceration and transition into aftercare.
Our efforts in aftercare and mentoring exist to Redeem lives by supporting men & women recovering from substance abuse, and/or transitioning from jail or prison through intensive aftercare including intervention, education, counseling, mentoring, vocational apprenticeships, and training in practical life-skills.