If you or someone you know is in immediate crisis, call or text 988 - the suicide and crisis hotline. 



The crisis is alarming. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, close to 70 million individuals will live with a mental illness. 44 million Americans – or 17 percent of U.S. adults—report that they felt loneliness “a lot of the day yesterday.” 

More than ever, neighbors are hungry for a space to belong, find support, and make meaning out of complex dynamics of our time. We as faith communities are uniquely positioned to lead in addressing this mental health crisis. We know restoration and resurrection, hope and love. This is what we do. It is what God has given us to offer to a hurting world, one neighborhood at a time.