We are here for you. Nobody should ever have to go through this alone or isolated.
We don’t have all the answers but we will walk together through this.
No strings attached, even if you don’t come to church on Sundays or ever become a Stakeholder, we want you to know we are here for you. Below are several ways for you to receive care and support. If you have any questions, or need to speak directly with a pastor, feel free to contact us at 502-426-6668.
Mental Health Resources
Addressing a Pressing Concern
- Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1.800.273.8255
- Substances Abuse Distress Helpline: 1.800.985.5990
- The Center for Women & Families: 1.844.237.2331
- The Brook (Mental Health) Hospital: 502.785.8145
- Find an Online AA Meeting
- Addicts Redeemed by Christ: 12-step sexual addiction recovery program for men
- Northeast’s Pastor On Call: 502.345.9337
- Marriage Mentoring at Northeast
Mental Health Q & A Facebook Live Discussions
Lead Pastor, Tyler McKenzie & Online Campus Pastor, Adrienne Feldmann led two Facebook Live Q&As to discuss mental health & COVID-19 with Brian Woodring (Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist), a counselor who specializes in dealing with acute and post traumatic stress as well as critical incident stress management.
Let’s Talk About Mental Health – Sermon Series
Statistics show us at least 1 out of 5 Americans battle a mental health issue each year. That means 5 out of 5 Americans love someone battling a mental health issue. It’s time to talk about mental health!
Northeast has discussed stigmas that come with these issues, spiritual practices that have proven helpful for people in our church, and what to do when it seems like nothing helps… even God.