Care Resources

Care Resources

Celebrate Recovery

What is Celebrate Recovery?

It’s a Christian 12-step support group for anyone experiencing a life hurt, a hang-up or a habit. This biblically balanced approach can help bring sustainable recovery and healing. It guides us toward new healthy truths and life-giving habits as we repair our broken relationships. Celebrate Recovery Narrows meets Mondays every week at Harbor Covenant Church. Dinner is at 5:30, large-group teaching is at 6:30, and small groups meet at 7:30 pm.

Support Groups & Educational Classes

How do I access support groups?

A way that Chapel Hill cares well for community is by providing a tailored support group option for various issues that many face in life. All of our groups include the biological, psychological, social and spiritual approach. Meaning, we blend our Christian faith and evidence-based helping models provided by psychological research. We provide groups for grief, divorce, care of those experiencing cancer, and mental health supports including Living Hope, for survivors of trauma or Living Grace, a support group for adults struggling with general mental health concerns. We also offer programs for youth and families like VIP (value, identity, purpose), which is a mental health support group for teens in 9th-12th grade (see below). We also have an additional support group for parents who have concerns about their high schooler who has mental health concerns. For adults seeking support please contact our Care Coordinator. For help with youth, adolescent and family care, contact our Youth and Family Care Coordinator or call 253.853.0291. 

VIP (Value.Identity.Purpose): VIP is a mental health support group for students in high school. Together with trained adult leaders, we share a meal together, develop community, learn holistic (mental, physical, emotional, spiritual) skills, and create a safe space to support one another. If you have questions, please contact our Youth and Family Care Coordinator.


Counseling Services

How do I access counseling?

We offer Christian lay counseling services to the church and greater community. Our services include lay counseling, which is competent, caring, compassionate help from high trained laity, who for a small suggested donation can provide brief, non-clinical care to adults age 18 and older. Lay Counselors are under the supervision of a licensed professional counselor and work within a Christian counseling framework, while utilizing evidence based treatments for counselee’s. We also provide pre-licensed care with graduate students who are completing their Masters in Counseling. Under the care of a licensed professional counselor, Interns can provide care to youth, individuals, couples and families within their scope of experience and expertise. There is a minimal suggested donation for this care and is available to the church and greater community. To schedule an appointment, please contact our Care Coordinator.

What counseling services are available to me? 

Chapel Hill provides professional and lay counseling for individuals, couples 18 years and older.  

Lay counseling is provided by those who are highly trained and have worked through their own healing journey through Christ-centered and Chapel Hill-based trainings. Lay counseling has a limit on how many sessions they can provide and donations are appreciated. Meet our counselors.

Pre-marriage mentoring ministry begins with couples completing an assessment. Areas assessed include personality, spiritual beliefs, role expectations, money matters and other marital topics. Discussion of the evaluation is facilitated by skilled and experienced marriage mentor couples. The mentors guide the engaged couple through several sessions. Total cost is $35 for assessment and materials. 


Basic Needs 

How can I get help with my financial struggles? 

Whether you are a member, friend, or neighbor, we are ready to listen, pray, help whenever possible and work with you on a plan of action to thrive in all areas of life including your finances. Our Benevolence volunteers can also help refer to other resources available in the community. Call the Chapel Hill Benevolence office at 253.853.0224, Monday to Thursday 9:30am-3:30pm or leave a voicemail and your call will be returned. 

How do I get food support?

For food and other basic needs, FISH Food Bank is located at 4303 Burnham Drive in Gig Harbor. They are open Monday 9:30 am-3:00 pm, Wednesday and Thursday 9:30 am – 5:30 pm, and Friday 9:30 am – 3:00 pm. No appointment necessary. Visit online or call 253.858.6179 for more information. 

For 24-hour emergency care: 

Crisis Services for Children (17 years old and younger) 
Main: 253.759.9544 or 1.800.566.9053 

National Suicide Prevention
Call 988 or Text 741-741

Crisis Services for Adults (18+)
Call 1.800.576.7764 

Kitsap County Crisis Line
Call 1.800.843.4793 

Thurston/Mason County Crisis Line
Call 360.586.2800 

King County Crisis Line
Call 1.866.427.4747 

How do I get prayer? 

Chapel Hill Church is committed to praying for the needs of one another, the community, and the world. It’s our privilege to pray for you. If you would like someone to pray for you, fill out the Prayer Request form or call us at 253-851-7779. 


How do I get support during a crisis? 

Chapel Hill and the surrounding community provide many services to help those who have immediate physical, material, mental, emotional or spiritual needs.  Here are some resources to help you connect to services not already mentioned: 

Life Threatening Emergencies 9-1-1 

Suicide and Crisis Hotline 9-8-8 

Pierce County Crisis Line 800-576-7764 

United Way, Essential Community Services 2-1-1 

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