Our Mission is: To transform lives by, Supporting, Teaching, Outfitting and Preventing future abuse through group sessions, classes and job training.

We are a nonprofit 501c3 organization  EIN 84-2925423


Our story begins, Feb 17th, 2018 as God called our hearts to His work.  We then applied and received our nonprofit status on September 19th, 2019. Why are we 5 Stones Open Door? Because of the lived experiences of our 5 dear friends who lost their lives to Trauma and Abuse.  Because of their lived experiences we have set our sights on creating group sessions and classes that address trauma, neglect, and abuse. To date, we offer group sessions such as Mending the Soul for those who have experienced Trauma and Abuse. Now our classes include Your Choice 4 Life Relationship Builders and the IMPACT Youth program. Within the next 5 years, we want to integrate  Addiction, Health and Wellness, Tutoring, and Work experience.


1. WHO? We are 5 Stones Open Door, a Faith-based 501c3 organization that offers group sessions and classes for those who have experienced trauma, neglect, and abuse.
2. WHEN? During the week and some weekends
3. Where?  Our corporate office is located at 1444 Fulton Street Suite 118 Fresno, Ca 93721. Phone 559-528-8524. We are also located in Selma, Ca at 2606 Shaft St. @ First Friendship Baptist church's Fellowship hall.
4. How? We address trauma, neglect, and abuse through group sessions and classes with a wide lens of understanding that you are more than what happened to you. We also understand that when Trauma happens to us, we need support in multiple areas of our lives.

5. WHY? We know and utilize ACEs training, ACEs  ( Adverse Childhood Experiences) considers how early life experiences of trauma, neglect, and abuse, affect our body, mind, and soul with adverse reactions in relationships and in our physical health.  We offer a resilience approach that supports the ability to strive in life despite our circumstances.

WHAT? What we know is that 5 Stones Open Door is created with a heart for those who are hurting, troubled, and traumatized. We want to hear you through your voice, see you for who you were created to be, and affirmed, that yes, it happened to you, but it is not who you are.