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Community Roots

We know that life can seem like a repetitive cycle of waking up, eating, working and sleeping. And that the daily grind can fill our minds and bodies with negative energy and stress. That’s why we created Circles of Hope, so our community has a place to return to self-exploration, self-discovery, and sharing a journey with other like-minded individuals.


Reconnect With Yourself Through Community With Others



Circles of Hope was born from a deep desire to provide restful, healing care to moms. Through my personal experiences as a foster parent, adoptive parent and parent of 2 children with disabilities, I have a deep understanding of the emotional and physical toll parenting our children with diverse needs can have on our well-being. As a therapist, I’ve witnessed the loneliness moms have endured and the weight of the trauma they have held.

Circles of Hope mother circles are a safe, compassionate place for you to connect with other moms on a similar journey. It’s a space for non-judgmental support, through meaningful dialogue in a small group setting. You will feel relaxed and grounded through calming meditations, breath work, beautiful music and poetry. My hope is you will leave circles feeling refreshed and renewed, with a deeper sense of self and a community of support and sisterhood with other moms.

Two circles are offered: Foster/Adopt Mother Circles and Disability/Mental Health Mother Circels. The disability/mental health circle is for moms who are parenting children (including adult children) with a disability, mental health challenges, neurodivergence or challenging behaviors. If your child has diverse needs, you are welcome here. Circles are in person in Holland, MI unless specified as virtual.


Sarah Feaster, LMSW

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