We all need help from time to time.

It's okay to not be okay.  But it's not okay to stay that way.  God is concerned with your mental and emotional health just as much as He is concerned with your spiritual health.  Here are a list of resources to help you in your mental wellness.  

Of course emergencies can arise.  Counseling can help during emergencies, after, and even before.  You don't have to do it alone: you also don't have to know all the resources available.  Let us help.

Counseling Centers

Eagle’s Wings Counseling Center
Fullness of Life Counseling
Heart to Heart Counseling
Reflections Counseling Center
Samaritan Counseling Services of the Gulf Coast


Being Known

Curt Thompson MD
In a world in which we experience such deep desire and such great grief, we find coursing through all of it our unquenchable longing to be known.

The Best Of You Podcast

Dr. Alison Cook
Dr. Alison is an author and therapist who has counseled women for over two decades. Episodes come out every Thursday!

Hope for Anxiety and OCD

Carrie Bock
Hope for Anxiety and OCD is a welcome place for struggling Christians to reduce shame, increase hope, and develop healthier connections to God and others.

Community Programs

Focuses on eliminating the loss of life from suicide
Provides education and support to all those facing Alzheimer’s and other dementias 
Specialized grief support for children and teens
Provides assistance and companionship for family caregivers
A safe place to find community and freedom from the issues controlling life 
Virtual Intensive Outpatient care with peer connection to foster long-term healing for individuals ages 11-33
Helping you on your road to recovery.
Daily text providing mental health peer support
Support group to help you move through the grief process
(National Alliance on Mental Illness) – Provides free mental health support, online groups, resources and education

Crisis Centers

A supportive hub providing immediate assistance and guidance during emotional emergencies, offering confidential help to individuals facing distress or urgent mental health challenges