The Family Grace Group
What is the Family Grace Group?
If you have a loved one experiencing a mental health difficulty or disorder and you need a place for support, our Family Grace Alliance group is for you. Trained facilitators use the innovative approach from the Mental Health Grace Alliance [mentalhealthgracealliance.org] based on biblical truths, evidence-based science, and practical tools to help you cope.
The Family Grace Workbook ($16.99) and group meetings will help you, among others, remove confusion through a grace-filled and scientific understanding. This support group will also help you improve your communication in stressful times, create healthy relationship support, deeper connections, and an improved home life. The goal of this support group is to improve your own well-being, faith, and give you meaningful purpose in life (from surviving to thriving).
We meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month at 6:30 PM.
For any questions Contact: Joan and Mike Stefka (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Suicide Prevention Training
May is Mental Health Awareness month. Before people make the "forever decision" (suicide), we can be trained to practice CPR for suicide prevention. It is QPR (Question Persuade and Refer). But it takes training. We are praying for 200 participants. Why? Because "Mental Health" issues among our population are aggravated and we need more workers. 200 is a token.
This training will help you:
Recognize the warning signs of suicide.
Know how to offer hope.
Know how to get help and save a life.
When: May 1 (Monday Night)
Time: 7-9 PM
Location: Hickory Creek Church.
Learn more about this national training program: CLICK HERE
Our trainer will be: Gia Washington, the Director of Community Education with the Sertoma Center. She earned her master’s degree in counseling psychology from Southern California Seminary.
CEU credits available for social workers and counselors upon request.