Freedom through Support and Healing
Help for Men and Women
Today, both men and women use pornography. It is also a commonly cited factor in the majority of divorces in the past decade. The temptation does not just "go away" and almost all users find it extremely difficult to overcome the habitual element of pornography use. The My House Initiative uses every tool at our disposal - support groups, education, counseling, confession - to help real people find freedom from pornography. Will you begin your journey?
-local, confidential helpline
Come join other men who face this temptation and are seeking spiritual healing and practical support for combating pornography in their lives. Your privacy is respected. My House Groups meet weekly.
Contact us to start your journey to freedom.
This number is a secure phone line and completely confidential.
Women are also touched by pornography use. Whether you are a user or your spouse or child has become a user the My House Initiative can help you with support and guidance. Please contact us confidentially:
Enduring Love- Women's Support Group
This confidential group provides support for women whose husbands have battled infidelity or pornography; this is an ecumenical ministry approved by the diocese that supports the goals and methods of the My House Initiative. The only cost is for the workbook ($24.95). Contact: Robyn Brumble: (816) 560-7052
We recommend that Catholic women participating in this group also contact Michael Ciaccio at the confidential helpline for the My House Initiative (816) 808-6544.