The first Hearts of Hope Breakfast takes place at the Molly Pitcher Inn....and there's a great reason why you should attend.

The Hearts of Hope Breakfast supports to very special homes in Red Bank and Keyport. This special breakfast will inspire you to empower young women in crisis who need these special places of refuge.

The courage of the teen girls who live at Collier Group Home and the women who work there is inspiring. Collier House is a safe haven for girls who turn 18 and 'age out' of foster care. There are so few places in our state where young women can live safely while going to school and trying to rebuild their lives.

These homes are also a safe haven for teen girls who can't live at home because of abuse, neglect, and trauma.The residential program at Collier offers a safe, structured, and supportive place to live. Essential services include counseling, life skills, mentorship, and personal development. Residents attend local high schools and colleges, work and volunteer, and contribute to the community.

Anyone can attend the wonderful Hearts of Hope Breafast on Wednesday, Feb. 7th, from 8:15 - 9:30 am at the stunning Molly Pitcher Inn in Red Bank. Proceeds will support Collier's residential program in Red Bank and Keyport. The hope is that you will be inspired by the girls who have survived so much in their young lives.

Tickets for the breakfast are $30 each. The Molly Pitcher Inn is located at 88 Riverside Ave. in Red Bank. To purchase tickets, CLICK HERE.

For more info, call Mary at 732-946-4771, x. 213 or email

Collier operates the only residential program in our state that's tailored for young women that is structured to empower teenage girls and young women to develop tools for identifying past trauma and creating positive changes for life success.

When young women arrive at Collier Group Home and Collier House, their hearts are full of hope because they have a safe roof over their head and food to eat. They start to believe they can overcome their trauma and live a life free of abuse and neglect.

Collier's program is an extensive, 365-days-a-year operation run by a highly trained professional staff. They are uplifting teen girls who struggle with anxiety, depression, isolation, and other mental health challenges. These are teens who are at high risk for homelessness, human trafficking, and opioid abuse. Collier decided to launch this Hearts of Hope breakfast in order to raise awareness of the residential program among women in our local community.

For more info, call Mary at 732-946-4771, x. 213 or email

Collier Youth Services. Built on an unwavering belief in the worth and potential of all individuals and their capacity for change.