your place to heal
Everyone can use a helping hand. Whether your life’s been turned upside-down through a divorce, a loved one’s death, or past hurt, you don’t have to weather the storm alone. Our divorce, grief, and other support groups are designed to help kids, teens, and adults navigate difficult circumstances and learn to live an abundant life filled with hope, healing, and Jesus.
- Meet in-person & online Thursdays at 7p.
- Complimentary dinner at 6:30p for in-person participants.
- All classes are free of charge and materials are provided.
A divorce recovery support group that provides adults encouragement, essential information and the crucial support of others who care. This group will help with the emotional, physical, financial and spiritual challenges of divorce or separation and the tools needed to move forward.
Divorce Care for Teens (DC4T)
A group geared just for tweens and teens that provides a safe place to talk, vent and get the support they need from caring leaders to process their emotions and learn skills that will help them navigate the changes happening in their lives.
DivorceCare for Kids (DC4K)
A safe, fun place where children ages 5-12 learn skills that help them heal through stories, music, activities, games, videos and crafts while finding support from each other and leaders who care.
Adults experiencing grief due to the loss of a loved one will gain practical skills through this grief support group that helps recover and rebuild their lives through valuable resources, discussion and encouragement.
Learn biblically-based boundary setting and communication skills that help establish, heal, and create healthy relationships, increase personal freedom and overcome feelings of powerlessness through supportive group lessons and discussion.
Healing Is A Choice
A care group that offers encouragement for anyone wanting to overcome past or current hurts by providing essential, effective methods of healing and personal growth in a supportive, caring environment.
Take a look at how the DivorceCare program helped one of our participants heal.
mental health & counseling support
mental health support
Sometimes life is hard. If you are searching for help and need to talk to someone right now, there are resources available to you. Call any of the hotlines listed below to talk to a trained specialist.
MI Mental Health COVID-19 Peer Hotline
Macomb County Mental Health Crisis Center (24/7)
National Suicide Prevention Hotline (24/7)
Whether you’re single, married, or single again, you do not have to go through life alone. Our professional counselor on staff is ready and willing to meet with you to offer care and support.
Sharon Boyd is a Licensed Masters Social Worker, Certified Advanced Addictions Counselor and Trained Pre-Marriage Counseling Facilitator and specializes in Relationship Counseling. Set up a time to meet with Sharon by emailing her below. There is an hourly fee for services provided.Email Sharon
We want you to find the help you need to navigate through life’s twists and turns. If you are in need of counseling, please fill out our confidential form. Our counselor on staff can assist you or refer you to a local counseling professional.