Congregational Partners

Partnering with congregations to support mental health and wellness.

We’re seeing higher levels of need for counseling care within congregations and in their communities. People are seeking help with issues such as anxiety, depression, addictions, marital and relationship troubles, trauma, and more. How do we meet these needs with Christian love and care? 


The CFS Community Counseling Care Partnership seeks to improve mental health and well-being in the congregation and its community over time. Together, we can support those who need education, pastoral care, and/or clinical care that is properly integrated with God’s Word.


Our program options allow the congregation to access a level of care and professional expertise it might not be able to attain on its own. 


The congregation can provide ministry-oriented programs such as support groups, spiritual counseling, and Bible classes. 

CFS provides professional counseling services on site on a medical model, meaning clients typically use insurance or self-pay for clinical services. 

Since we know that mental health and spiritual health are intertwined, this partnership is both a medical and a spiritual service to the community. Together we can reflect the ministry of Jesus Christ, who healed and helped people in need, both physically and spiritually.