Key Programs

Educational Programs:
We help adults complete coursework to earn a GED, gain English language proficiency (through English for speakers of other languages classes), prepare to become a US citizen, and learn computer skills needed for life and work.

Prayer and Devotions:
It is our desire to minister to the whole person and that includes spiritual support. Please join us for Food for Thought, our group devotional time, in which we build relationships, encourage one another toward greater personal growth, gain hope, and draw closer to God.

Assessments:
We offer referrals and serve as an advocate by networking with community resources

Auto Clinic:
Volunteers evaluate car problems and make minor repairs. Labor is free, and the car owner pays for any needed parts. Oil changes are performed at a reduced cost. All services are performed on Saturdays.

Health Care:
Health care resources are currently limited to vision screening and eyeglasses, blood pressure/blood sugar screening, and annual health fairs for free mammograms, heart health screening, and osteoporosis screening.

Financial Counseling:
Trained financial coaches are available to help people take the first steps in managing their money or getting out of debt.

Tax Preparation:
Tax preparation is by appointment only. Call the Healing Center for appointment.

Job Coaching:
We provide job search assistance—including help with resumes, interviewing, and career planning. Limited job placement assistance is also available.

Kids ClubHouse:
The Kids ClubHouse is a safe place for kids to sing, play, and enjoy having fun while parents meet with staff or attend classes at the Healing Center.

Support Groups:
Groups are available at various times throughout the week. Boundaries, Grief Support, and 12-Step Recovery are just a few of the groups available. Contact the Healing Center for additional information.

Veterans Services:
Veterans and their families seeking support with housing needs, may be eligible for housing assistance. Are you:

  • homeless?
  • facing eviction?
  • living with friends or family on a temporary basis?
  • being forced to move because of economic factors?
  • without a stable, permanent place to live?

You may be eligible for housing assistance, supported through a grant from the Department of Veterans’ Affairs.