Your Wellness Inc

Your Wellness Inc. wants to spread our message of hope and compassion. We believe that a single action can make a difference in the community, and that collective action can greatly impact the world. Through advocacy, outreach activities, wellness plans, self care, and emotion regulation sessions, partnerships and collaborations, we work tirelessly each day, to contribute our part to the greater good by reducing the number of suicides in our region.



Through a holistic approach, our clients will transition from homelessness to a stabilized and secure home of their own. They will transition from a suicidal state of mind to having peace within themselves. We are confident that, Your Wellness Inc. will enrich the lives of individuals who have lost hope.  We will help these individuals practice healthy and safe lifestyles through the development of wellness plans, cognitive therapy group sessions, ministry, art therapy, skill building classes, and relapse prevention training, nutrition and fitness.


“Everything that is done in the world is done by hope”

Martin Luther

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Here at Your Wellness Inc. we are committed to reducing the number of suicides in our region. We’re committed to investing our expertise and resources in order to further achieve our cause. Since 2019, we’ve been supporting our community members in a variety of ways. We measure our success not only by monetary size, but by more qualitative measurements such as, the scale and effectiveness of our efforts.

Just imagine what we can achieve together! 

Our mission is to meet real needs of individuals who are contemplating suicide or living with:

  • a mental illness/developmental disorder

  • substance abuse disorder

  • homelessness

  • ex-offenders seeking re-entry

  • trauma/loss

  • incest /sexual abuse (anonymity observed)

  • HIV/Aids 

  • bullying

  • poor housing conditions/elderly

by connecting them with all available resources to meet their needs.


Deborah Harris

Founder | CEO | President

Deborah Harris was born in Bogalusa, Louisiana, a town so small, that if you blink, it is gone.  She has been a Virginia resident ever since 2002. Mrs. Harris is a retired Cosmetology Instructor and has enjoyed styling hair for over thirty years. She also received an Associate of Applied Science degree in Criminal Justice from Hinds Community College in Jackson, Mississippi, in 2000 and an Associates in Business Administration from, Strayer University, Newport News, Virginia in 2012. She is married to her best friend, Victor Harris and is the mother of three amazing sons and proud grandmother of nine. Deborah Harris values her family. 

Mrs. Harris is a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, and numerous attempts of suicide which led to a nervous breakdown in 2014.  She believes, God spared her life for the sole purpose of ministering to others and helping to enhance the lives of those in need. She enjoys helping these individuals find their pathways to recovery through outreach ministry, emotion regulation, mindfulness, relapse prevention, art therapy, self-care sessions, and therapeutic referrals. Through the adaptation of resiliency, determination, hope, faith, family support, journaling and creating her wellness plan,  she has discovered her own personal pathway to recovery which has transformed her life into the strong, loving, caring and professional woman she is today.

 Today, she is the author of the book "Listen" a "Self Help" book that teaches individuals how to manage their mental illness and find their pathways to recovery. She is a mental health advocate, certified peer recovery specialist, caregiver, cognitive behavior therapy practitioner, community service volunteer, who enjoys ministering and witnessing to those in need everywhere, anywhere, whenever possible. Mrs. Harris is a Chapter Lead for the  SoGal Foundation and she is a member of the International Society of Female Professionals (ISFP).  Her mission in life is to help educate people on the causes of mental illness and substance abuse disorders (which are the main causes of suicide in our region)  through outreach ministry, outpatient services, support groups, community resources, awareness events and writing her self help books. Her purpose is to help these individuals find their pathways to recovery, live a victorious life in Christ Jesus, and develop a life long wellness plan.  Mrs. Harris loves God and she gives all honor and praise to Him for taking her from a suicidal state of mind to a peaceful minded and productive citizen. She strongly believes that "through Christ, all things are possible"  because He is the ”author and finisher” of her faith. 

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A Faith Based Guide To Wellness

To purchase a copy of this self-help book, contact Mrs. Harris at 757-951-5270 directly.  10% of all book proceeds go towards the purchase of wellness items to help those in need.


Contact Us

5998 Providence Road Suite 106-A
Virginia Beach, VA 23464

Office: (757) 891-5922 Mobile: (757) 951-5270

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