Trauma and abuse take on a variety of forms and affect everyone differently. If you've experienced a traumatic event, support and help are available. We are here for you and want to help you find healing.
Anxiety is a normal part of life that everyone experiences from time to time. But, when fear and worry take over, interrupting your everyday life and keeping you from who and what you love, it is time to reach out for help from others. You are not alone. Central Cares wants to walk with you through this valley and help you move toward healing.
You or your loved one can find freedom from addiction. You’ve come to the right place to find support and resources you need to find lasting hope and change.
At some point, most everyone has experienced shame and guilt. There are times, though, when those emotions can create significant distress, or inhibit the joy that God desires for you. Often those emotions come from past hurts or challenges. Central Cares is here to provide you with healing and hope through a variety of pathways.
There is hope found in Christ even during life’s darkest moments. Struggles in life may lead you to feelings of despair and hopelessness, but you are not alone. Central Cares is here to help you find your way back to the life you want to live.
Whether you are dating, engaged, or married, find biblical tools to help your relationship succeed!
Divorce is hard. No matter the circumstances that occurred, we are sorry for what you’re going through and are thankful you found us. Through the DivorceCare group, find ways to process your divorce in spiritually and mentally healthy ways.
Hospitalizations, nursing home care, in-home care and hospice care often create difficulties that are not meant to be handled alone. During these difficult times, we want to come alongside you and visit, encourage, and pray with you and your loved ones.
The death of a loved one provokes many complex emotions. In the shock of grief, planning a memorial service to honor, remember, and celebrate loved ones who have passed away can feel overwhelming. During these difficult times, we want to come alongside you and support, comfort, and help with designing a meaningful memorial service.
Celebrate Recovery is a biblical and balanced program that helps us overcome our hurts, habits, and hang-ups. At the core of the Celebrate Recovery experience are the 12-steps and their biblical comparisons.
No registration necessary. Celebrate Recovery meets every Monday at 6:30 PM in the Cafe on our Mesa Campus.
If you have any questions or want more information, please email Don Wodash at email@example.com.
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PARENTS OF ADDICTED LOVED ONES
Parents of Addicted Loved Ones is a Christian based support group of parents helping parents. We meet every week to offer education and support, at no cost, for parents who are dealing with a child battling addiction. PAL can also help spouses who have a partner with addiction issues. PAL is especially helpful for parents and spouses; however, all other sober family members and friends (18 years or older) are welcome at our meetings.
There are two parts to our PAL meetings: There is an educational component and an opportunity to share about your current experiences. We believe everyone experiences this journey at their own pace, we value confidentiality, and strive to be non-judgmental while offering suggestions. We believe in the power of prayer, and it is our desire, that by attending our meetings, you will learn proven ways to help your loved one, and ultimately learn to find joy in your own life, regardless of the choices of your loved ones.
PAL meets weekly on Mondays, from 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM. The meetings will alternate every other week between in person and online. The in person meetings will occur on the Mesa Campus, in the SM appreciation room. No registration necessary Please contact Michelle Regier, firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions.
Hope Keepers is designed to meet the emotional and spiritual needs of someone who lives with chronic illness or pain. Our Hope Keepers is done in a care group format that serves as a support group that gives you the opportunity to grow spiritually, while being surrounded by others who share similar circumstances. We will help you through the struggles a disability can bring and finding the joys while living with a chronic illness or pain.
When: In person from 10am-12pm every Wednesday. For those who are unable to meet in person you can join by Google Duo from 10:30am-12pm every Wednesday.
Location: Mesa Campus, New Life Center Building, Room 153/154
Info: Our group is a fragrance-free environment. We encourage our able-bodied friends to come and serve. No registration necessary.
If you have any questions or want more information, please contact Judy Reilley at (480) 204-2273 or email email@example.com.
DivorceCare’s life-changing support groups welcome people and guide them on the path of recovery after separation or divorce. Over 1 million people have found comfort and hope through this 13-week, video-based series. Don’t try to go through separation or divorce alone.
Connect with a DivorceCare group either in person or online. You’ll find caring people who understand the issues you face and practical counsel for decision-making and managing stress.
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God didn’t create us to do life alone – He created us for community and that’s more important now than ever! See what Central Groups offers to help you find the community you need.
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