Care Group for Women Overcoming Toxic Domestic Relationships

Because coming home should feel safe

In our 16 session curriculum, you will learn about:

  1. What healthy relationships look like compared to toxic relationships

  2. Patterns and why women stay in toxic relationships

  3. What to expect if you stay or leave

  4. Developing safety, financial, legal, communication, emotional support

  5. and spiritual support plans

  6. Lies we believe about relationships and the truth that sets us free

  7. Practical steps toward healing

  8. Establishing healthy boundaries

  9. Your unique strengths and opportunities for growth

  10. What to look for in a new relationship

  11. How to live victoriously and be the woman you were designed to be

At the end of the 16 weeks, we invite you to join us for 3 optional sessions explaining what Judeo-Christian scriptures reall y have to say about:

  1. Toxic marriages and divorce

  2. Spiritual battles and spiritual healing

  3. Psalms and proverbs that speak to a woman’s heart

Meet your facilitators


Renee Jaegers

As a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) and a National Board-Certified Counselor (NCC), I have been a practicing Mental Health Therapist since 2006. I have a Master of Science degree in Behavioral Science and Community Counseling from National-Louis University and have experience working with adolescents, adults, and families from a variety of ethnic and economic backgrounds.


Charlene Quint

Charlene Quint serves as an attorney who represents women escaping domestic abuse and is the founder of, a non-denominational faith-based organization designed to raise awareness of domestic abuse and help educate, equip, and heal women on their journey from victim to victorious.

She is also a Certified Domestic Violence Professional, facilitates a number of support groups, serves as an advocate for victims of domestic abuse, and is the author of the book, Overcoming the Narcissist, Sociopath, Psychopath, and Other Domestic Abusers: The Comprehensive Handbook to Recognize, Remove, and Recover from Abuse. She holds a Juris Doctorate from Loyola University of Chicago School of Law and a B.A. from Augustana College.  Visit her website at