The unique cultures and experiences of our residents are an important part of who they are and how we serve them. Our hope is to help them experience their worth in Christ through relationships and services.
We lament when individuals are not treated in the way that Christ created them and loved them. This includes lamenting the lives of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor.
Rebecca Ryder, MA, NCC, LPCC-S, Encompass Assistant Regional Program Director, shares her thoughts on mental health and persevering during this challenging time.
As we continue in Mental Health Awareness Month, we turn our focus to art therapy as a resource for helping individuals process emotion and trauma.
CCHO and our family of ministries continue to monitor health regulations with regard to COVID-19. We will follow these guidelines closely for the safety of our clients, staff, volunteers and guests. This will affect our summer event calendar.
Mental Health Month is a time to raise awareness for the challenges faced by our residents and their families. It’s a time to acknowledge their pain and show support for their wellbeing. Emily Frazier, LISW-S, Clinical Director of our Children’s Residential Center, gives us insight into youth mental health and how we can surround young lives with the best treatment.
The kids on our campus have already had their lives disrupted by the abuse and neglect they have experienced. Now, their routines have been altered even more by this health crisis. Would you pray for these specific requests shared by our young residents?