Jenny's Hope, Wise County's first grief center, is a safe place where children, their families, and other adults can come to explore their grief journeys. Death can be one of life's toughest challenges and at Jenny's Hope our goal is to use open discussion and a variety of creative tools to learn to carry the pain.
All the services at Jenny's Hope will be provided free of charge.
Wise CCC is currently working with children from over 29 school districts.
Jenny's Hope is named in memory of Jenny Bizaillion, a 31-year-old beautiful young woman who died in 2010, after a misdiagnosis of the flu. Jenny had Group A strep that went untreated. Jenny was survived by an adoring husband and a precious 9-yr-old daughter, Malaya. Watching Malaya grow up has been a motivating force to walk with other children learning to carry pain.
We believe that when we learn to carry pain in a healthy way, then we can be equipped to carry joy too.
"Wise CCC helped me so much in my grief walk. Beverly taught me I can still have Hope."
"I've seen you use love to change lives. Doing small things with great love."