Mental Health and Special Needs

We offer several groups to help support those with mental health and special needs and their families

  • The Caregiver Connection

    We know and understand that just like first time parents, those of us providing care for our loved one with memory loss are sometimes learning in hindsight.

    With that in mind, we are offering a place to find answers, encouragement from those who are on the same journey, and some expert advise from our leader, Steve Roland of Mind Heart Soul Ministries. This group will meet on the second Thursday of the month from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in Haven E.  

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  • Mental Health Grace Alliance: Family Grace

    Family Grace is a group of family members who have a loved one with mental illness. We support each other through all of the ups and downs associated with being a caregiver to someone who has mental health difficulties offering each other prayer, solutions, information exchange, and genuine friendship. Join us for drinks, food, fellowship, and fun! We meet in West B at 6:30 p.m. every other Monday

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  • Mental Health Grace Alliance: Living Grace

    Living Grace is a group for those of us who “live” with having a mental disorder. We support each other through all of the ups and downs that come with our mental health difficulties and engage together on a Christ centered approach that guides us to steps for mental health resilience and renewal.

    Offered every spring from January to April and fall from September to November.

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  • Arise

    Because people with special needs and their families need encouragement, purpose, and belonging, Arise steps in and helps by offering a wide range of opportunities so that they discover purpose and find belonging.