The reality is that we all need a little help in various seasons of life. While we – as a church – would never claim to be a one-stop shop for every issue someone might face, we do feel a responsibility to help connect with quality resources being offered in our community. These programs may or may not be faith-based, and we’re probably not affiliated with them in any way – even so, they’re offering something to our community that we think is important and could be helpful for you in your journey. We’ll continue to add to this list as we become aware of more resources that we think could be helpful:


Recovery + Wellness Center of Eastern Washington

What they do: treatment programs for eating disorders, depression, and anxiety.
Website: https://www.recoveryandwellness.org

Lourdes Counseling Center - Behavioral Health

What they do: provide a full range of behavioral health serves for adults, teens, children, families and groups – including: medication management, life skills training, jail support, and chemical dependency services for adults dealing with mental illness.
Website: https://www.yourlourdes.com/counseling-center/

Emmaus Counseling Center

What they do: provide personal counseling and other mental health services to people to prefer to receive help from a faith-based perspective. 
Website: http://emmauscounseling.org


What they do: provide support and care for those struggling through difficult life experiences so that you don’t have to feel like you’re doing it alone.
Find a group near you: https://www.griefshare.org


Celebrate Recovery

What they do: a faith-based, 12 step recovery program for anyone struggling with hurt, pain or addiction of any kind.
Richland: https://m.facebook.com/CelebrateRecoveryCentralChurch/
Kennewick: http://southhillschurch.org/celebrate-recovery/

Alcoholics Anonymous

What they do: a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
Find a group near you: http://www.3citiesaa.org/mobile/


Benton / Franklin Community Action Committee

What they do: provide financial assistance, temporary housing assistance, emergency child care services, food assistance, and more.
Website: http://www.bfcac.org

Tri-CIties Union Gospel Mission

What they do: provide temporary housing, meals, clothing and many other needs for those experiencing homelessness in the Tri-Cities.
Website: http://www.tcugm.org

Safe Harbor Crisis / My Friend’s Place

What they do: provide temporary care and housing for children and teens who need a safe place when it’s needed the most.
Website: https://safeharborsara.wixsite.com/safeharbor