David Grammon is a pastor who has specialized in youth and family counseling, drug and alcohol counseling and work rehabilitation for over 25 years. Together with his wife, he teaches parenting classes and mentors families who are eager to practice God’s ways of raising kids. Both David and Christy are Qualified Mental Health Associates (QMHA) who are passionate followers of Jesus Christ and believe HE is the Supreme Healer.
Christy Grammon has worked extensively with children in many teaching capacities. She has a strong background in pastoral counseling dealing with trauma and abuse. She is skilled in working with severe behavior disorders and other spiritual, mental and emotional issues. Together with her husband, she teaches parenting classes and mentors families who are eager to practice God’s ways of raising kids. Both Christy and David are Qualified Mental Health Associates (QMHA) who are passionate followers of Jesus Christ and believe HE is the Supreme Healer.
Jeremy Grammon has 12 years of specialized mentoring experience dealing with the spiritual, mental and emotional issues of today’s youth. Students respond to Jeremy’s transparent devotion to Christ and open their hearts to his practical application of why God’s ways work the best. His shoulder-to-shoulder work ethic builds strong relationships with students and parents alike.
Hollie has been connected to horses her whole life and has been a trainer for over twenty years. She uses the Parelli Natural Horsemanship method to help youth learn verbal & non-verbal communication skills, emotional self awareness & stress reduction, personal empowerment & leadership skills, and fundamentals necessary to form and maintain healthy relationships. HeaRT connects youth & rescue horses with similar personalities and behavioral issues and facilitates relational healing for both.
“By partnering with a horse and an equine specialist, youth learn and practice relational skill development through authentic encounters.”
- Hollie Grammon, Director
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.