Bright Tomorrows

We are dedicated to reflecting the compassion of Jesus Christ by promoting mental health, helping those struggling with mental illness toward a healing-recovery lifestyle, and by assisting churches in their mission to better serve those with mental health concerns.

What We Offer You

Crisis Assistance
Personal Consultations
Support Groups
Educational Seminars
Clergy Resources
Speaking Engagements

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Bright Tomorrows is interdenominational in nature, respecting the diversity
of faith traditions within the unity of Christianity.

Tim and Nancy’s Story

“together we not only survive—we thrive.” TIM: Since 1979 I have lived with the consequences of…

Tim’s Story

Continuing To Survive And Overcome Mental Illness — By Grace, Through Faith, Plus Hard Work!…

Mental Illness affects us all



Of families and 59% of individuals with a mental illness want their church to talk about it.


Of adults in the U.S. who had at least one major depressive episode in the past year (16 mils)


Of adults in the U.S. who live with bipolar disorder (5.7 mils)


Of Church attendees (family or individual) are dealing with mental illness any given Sunday.


Of pastors rarely or never talk about mental illness from the pulpit


While I have often felt unworthy of God’s love, the Christian aspect of Bright Tomorrows has helped me realize even more that God does love me, that He will not leave me in despair, and that He will make beauty from the ashes so I can become who He envisioned me to be. I am choosing to realize that I am enough, and that success is not only ahead of me—it is already happening.

My mother found Bright Tomorrows Support Group for people with bipolar disorder and major depressive disorder. I began to attend and have been attending now for a good number of years. It has been a saving grace to find other people who have bipolar disorder and struggle with the same kind of struggles that I do. I am thankful that this is a Christian group where I can learn how to mix my faith together with self-care practices and disciplines.

Since coming to the Bright Tomorrows Support Group I have improved dramatically! I am tracking my symptoms better which is helping me to manage my illnesses better. God is restoring my purity. My self-esteem and confidence have improved which is helping my eating disorder to improve. I am nicer to others, my relationships are improving, and part of my family is back in my life.