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Community Resources

COUNSELING & RECOVERY

Here are a few of the Counseling Agencies we support or have worked with in the past.  If you would like to speak with one of the pastors before contacting an agency please use the contact button below.

CONTACT US

Fresh Aire Samaritan Counseling Center
315 W. Larkin St
(989) 835-7511

Ten Sixteen Recovery Network
220 W. Main St #202
(989) 631-0241

Family & Children’s Services of Midland-Michigan
(989) 631-5390

Shelterhouse
3115 Isabella St
(989) 835-6771

National Human Trafficking Resource Center
1(888) 373-7888
SMS: 233733 (Text “Help” or “Info”)
Hours: 24 hrs/ 7 days a week
 

SUPPORT GROUPS

 

Grief Groups in Midland  Religious-based grief support groups

Grief Group Recovery Process  Catholic-based grief support groups.  Blessed Sacrament Catholic Parish hosts these groups. Contact "Patty" @ 989-835-6777 for information.

Michigan Mental Health Network  - Select county for local help

Support Groups in Midland  - Various support groups by topic

 

SENIOR RESOURCES

 

Senior Services of Midland/Council on Aging - Various resources are available from their website. (Select MENU in top right corner, and various services and resources can be reached through their drop-down.)

Senior Advice - Contains information on various resources for seniors. (Use your zip code to find resources in your area.)


EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE

The Midland area is a very caring community and there are a number of agencies that provide assistance and care for those who find themselves in a tough spot.  

Here are some of the first places we would encourage you to reach our to for help.  Many of these places can help you with heating, rent, food, gas and even diapers.

  • 211 and United Way - Website - Phone "211"
  • Caregiving Network - Website - Phone (989) 837-9757

Do you need help with an auto repair?

  • His Hands Auto Care - Website - Phone (989) 331-0633 

MARRIAGE & FUNERALS

 

MARRIAGE MINISTRY
FBC partners with Midland Community Family Ministries to strengthen and encourage families.
See http://www.mcfamilyministries.org/ for more details.

FUNERALS
The loss, through death, of a loved one or friend is one of life’s most difficult moments.  As Christians, we  believe that death does not mean the end of life, for our hope rests with the promise that we will spend eternity in the presence of God.  (John 14:1-3)  However, the loss represented by death is still very painful.