Jennifer O’Neill Ministries, Inc. &Hope & Healing at Hillenglade
Jennifer O’Neill Ministries, Inc. is a Biblically-based Organization that offers services through written/published resources, videos, seminars and conferences in support of the emotional and spiritual wellness of women and families at large. At JO’N Ministries, one of our prime areas of focus is the Pro-Life Cause: Our impact includes TV and media interviews, feature films, documentaries, and fundraising for Pregnancy Centers all across the USA. We also provide retreats and workshops for Family Restoration and Post-Abortive Healing at our facility tucked away in the countryside just outside of Nashville… JO’N Ministries, Inc. has been recognized as a 501(c)3 nonprofit since 2004.
The first 501(c)3 Charitable Outreach of Jennifer O’Neill Ministries, Inc. is Hope and Healing at Hillenglade. Since 2010, HHH has addressed issues of healing through its FREE group and individual Equine-Assisted counseling sessions, retreats and events for our Active Duty Military, Veterans, First Responders and their families who sacrifice so much for our freedoms and safeties. HHH’s programs also focus on the ravages of PTSD in addition to the rising suicide and divorce rates of our National Heroes. Hope and Healing at Hillenglade offers a safe place to renew hearts, restore relationships and rebuild the lives of our Armed Forces. In addition, HHH partners in hosting inner city women and children at risk with our Equine-Assisted events at our countryside farm only 20 minutes from Nashville, TN.
New HHH News:
On July 15, 2018, Hope and Healing at Hillenglade launched the HHH Empowerment Transition Program which offers a three month to one year live-in “internship” on the Hillenglade farm in support of Veterans who are transitioning into the civilian workforce. Those attending our HHH-ETP will have an opportunity to experience all of our HHH Equine healing sessions and programs while working one-on-one with our Certified Handlers and Peer Specialists at our Equine Facility to gain experience for the Intern’s potential new vocation in the world of horses upon their graduation.