If you are facing difficulties, please know that there are others who want to help you. Christ Church provides assistance through a combination of our own ministries and referrals to other groups or services available in the community. 

Krist Samaritan Counseling Center

Christ Church United Methodist has a fully accredited, licensed psychological counseling center that takes most insurance programs. Every week trained marriage & family therapists are on the Christ Church campus, providing a full range of psychotherapy for human emotional health and well-being. Any person in need of counseling and psychological healing may call the Krist Samaritan Center at 281-480-7554 to make an appointment. The Samaritan Counseling Center operates on a sliding fee scale.

re:MIND [Depression and Bipolar Support]

re:MIND (formerlyDBSA) groups meet on Tuesdays at 11:00 a.m. and at 7:30 p.m. at Christ Church United Methodist. Participants meet to explore coping and recovery strategies for depression and bipolar disorder diagnosis, to share common experiences, to have positive social interaction and to learn more about mental health. A trained facilitator is present at every group. For more information, please see the re:Mind website.

Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholic Anonymous meets on Monday evenings from 7:00 to 8:00 pm room 104. If you think you have a problem with alcohol we are here to offer experience, strength and hope. Please call Daniel Lemire for more information 858-602-9556 or email Daniel Lemire
Other Local Support Services include:
Matt Hines, LPCI
Derek Prins, MA, LPC, Psychotherapist, Counselor Children-Adolescents-Adults
26205 Oak Ridge Dr

Other resources:

  1. White Stone Associates
  2. Grace Point Institute
  3. Woodlands Family Institute (Leslie Alexander, Stephen Parham, Robyn Fairchild)