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A Supportive Hug

Mental Health Awareness Program

This program is designed to provide education and awareness on issues related to mental health to breakdown the social stigma of having a mental illness, to provide information and local resources where help can be obtained, and to provide emotional and spiritual support. If you are in need of this service, please email and for emergencies, please call 314.222.7743.

Counseling Group

What This Service Offers

To expand our reach with this much needed service, we are forming a partnership with CrossRoads, an established counseling center with a plethora of ways to reach people with a foundation of Christian principles. Please note that our licensed doctors and counselors abide by HIPAA and Privacy Laws so your information will be protected.

Mental Health

To embark on a path with our church community and to ensure compassion, acceptance, respect, empowerment, and sincerity with each step we take together.


Core Values:

Our focus is on quality of care and service to our church members through:

  • Compassion - towards the church community we serve

  • Acceptance - of everyone's right to compassionate care

  • Respect - of everyone's unique path towards their own healing

  • Empowerment - for everyone to have a voice and participate in their own care

  • Sincerity - in how we treat each other every day.



  • To practice on self-love and self-compassion

  •  Take care of and be kind to your body

  • Make time for mindfulness

  • Help to find new ways to manage stress, anxiety or depression

  • Seek support (from friends and family or by starting therapy)



  • Host presentations on various mental health issues including depression, anxiety and mental health first-aid workshops

  •  Provide information on various mental health & wellness issues via virtual & social media

  • Meet monthly according to team member schedules.

If you or someone you know is..

  • in a crisis, call 988 to reach the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline. You can also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255, text HOME to 741741 or visit for additional resources.

  • a young person of color feeling stressed, overwhelmed or depressed, text STEVE to 741741 to reach a culturally trained Crisis Text Line counselor. More information can be found on The Steve Fund organization website.

Contact Us Directly!

Our licensed doctors and counselors abide by HIPAA and Privacy Laws so your information will be protected.

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