The Log Church is offering various support groups, (listed below) on Wednesdays nights from 6:30-8:00pm starting on October 8, 2019 and running through December 17, 2019 and again mid-January-April 2020 all to be held at The Log Church, Crosslake Evangelical Free, 37218 County Road 66, Crosslake. Please call their office at 218-692-4141 for more details.
Living Grace for Women: A support group for women who struggle with mental health conditions.
Living Grace for Men: A support group for men who struggle with mental health conditions.
Grief Share: A support group for people who are struggling with grief and loss.
Rejuven ate: A support group for anyone struggling with alcohol or drug addictions.
Prodigals: A support group for parents who have broken relationships with their adult children
Parents of Children /Teens: A support group for parents who have children or teens that struggle with mental health conditions.
Website: CWC Mental Health | Phone: (218) 824-1140
The Adult Mental Health Team assists an individual with mental illness to live independently in the community. Services that are available to support individuals are case management services which provide referrals to community mental health center, community outreach programs, day treatment groups, drop in program at the community mental health center, residential treatment facilities, board and lodges, money for housing support, and assistance from local food shelves and others.
Phone: (800) 462-5525 or (218) 828-HELP
Available 24 hours a day, they are the ‘someone’ you can turn to when ‘nobody’ understands or when ‘everyone’ is too busy to listen. This is a free, confidential, nonjudgemental, 24-hour crisis line to everyone in Aitkin, Case, Crow Wing, Morrison, Todd, and Wadena counties. Dedicated, caring volunteers are available to help you share your hurts and fears before they become a crisis, as well as to help those in crisis get help.
Website: Mental Health Initiative
Website: Warmline | Phone: (844) 739-6369
Warmline offers a peer to peer telephone support line. It’s a safe and supportive place for people to call and speak with peers who are there to listen and support adults experiencing emotional distress.