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Crisis Text Line: 741741 | Suicide Lifeline 1-800-273-8255
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Línea de texto de crisis: 741741 | Línea de vida de suicida 1-800-273-8255
Make a difference today by taking the pledge and learning each step of the be nice.
be nice. is a mental health education, bully and suicide prevention initiative of the Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan that creates a positive cultural change through simple daily actions. NEWC is supporting the implementation of be nice at City High School and at churches by promoting be nice.
The be nice. action plan – to notice, invite, challenge, and empower –
encourages individuals to challenge themselves and others to seek
appropriate professional help when they notice mental health changes or
concerns. This resource equips individuals in schools, businesses, faith
institutions, and communities with the knowledge and confidence to take
action when it comes to mental health and suicide prevention.
Our Community Listens believes in working towards a more human way to live and interact with others across the whole landscape of our lives. Visit their blog to learn communication, connection, and confrontation skills that can build stronger relationships between individuals, within organizations, and across the community.
Recovery at New Community Church
Community Recovery, based at New Community Church, offers a number of recovery groups and resources in person on Friday nights starting at 6:00 PM with a complimentary dinner, a worship service focused on recovery and life issues following and then six support groups that meet from 7:45 PM to 8:30 PM. Online resources can be found at crirecovery.online.church. For over 20 years, Community Recovery has offered multiple in person support groups. Their work in supporting and meeting the mental health needs of the community is effective and continues to serve the community at large.
Today, Community Recovery’s groups include:
- Relapse Prevention– focusing on preventing relapse from any addictive behavior or self destructive pattern.
- Codependency Support–offers support in conquering unhealthy relationships providing the tools for healthy boundaries.
- Emotions Anonymous–addresses all emotional issues and support in overcoming them.
- Recovery Bible Study–a faith based group that addresses multiple life issues and topics.
- Creative Art Therapy–a creative arts group that uses arts, crafts, writing and other activities to process life issues.
- Depression Recovery–focuses on overcoming depression and addressing all related issues.
Feel free to come to one, two or all three parts of what happens at Community Recovery every Friday night at New Community Church, 2340 Dean Lake Ave. NE.