We define “crisis” as a traumatic or stressful change in a person’s life. When a trauma occurs due to a house fire or natural disaster, people with meaningful human relationships, healthy support systems and access to sufficient physical resources are able to recover in a relatively short period of time.
Individuals and families who come to us lack these resources and, due to various circumstances, depend primarily on outside resources. They may have overextended their personal support systems or rejected other resources, thus requiring significantly longer periods of time to stabilize. Others have experienced a series of traumas, often a result of toxic environments, broken relationships and poor choices. Our ministries allow those in crisis to begin rebuilding their lives, repairing relationships, and restoring hearts. Click on any of the pictures below to learn more about a specific ministry.