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Anyone know about the program called "Sons of Helaman?"
By night0wl83
1/18/2008 6:58:56 PM
Hi everyone. I'm desperately trying to find the contact info for a program my previous Bishop told me about called "The Sons of Helaman." I'm pretty sure it's based in Farmington, UT. Anyone heard of it?

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YES    
"Sons of Helaman is not a church-sponsored program but is recommended by several bishops, stake presidents, etc. It is run by Maurice Harker, a counselor with his own private practice and with LDS Family Services.

"Sons of Helaman is a group of young men who have dedicated themselves to helping each other overcome pornography and/or masturbation. In a 'Knights of the Round Table' environment, they encourage and help their brethren in the fight against this demon that assails them."

Open to young men starting at age 14. Return missionaries (under 25) who need extra training are also invited.

To enroll: contact the Sons of Helaman Headquarters at 1-801-635-6474
The young man and his parents (if they desire) will attend an initial interview to receive information about how to be successful in the group.
The young man is expected to commit to attending the group every week until he has achieved 12 consecutive perfect weeks.
Sessions are scheduled after school hours.
the current cost of the group is $35 for each 1:45 hour session.
If finances are a concern, consult with bishop for financial assistance."
posted at 10:20:19 on January 22, 2008 by doanair
Director of Sons of Helaman    
"I am Maurice Harker, the director of Sons of Helaman. We have really enjoyed great success with this program. Please feel free to ask any further questions. You can also text message me @ 801-635-6474."
posted at 21:58:43 on March 17, 2008 by Anonymous
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"You can also visit our website- www.sonsofhelaman.org"
posted at 19:56:36 on January 28, 2009 by Anonymous


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