Catholic Charities West Michigan
Providing Help. Creating Hope. Each day, Catholic Charities West Michigan works to feed the hungry, counsel those who struggle, and build strong families throughout West Michigan and beyond.
Mosaic Counseling offers hope and healing for all by providing accessible and affordable professional counseling services.
Fresh Coast Alliance
Fresh Coast Alliance offers holistic and individualized support for men and women with criminal history and/or substance abuse. We are a tribe that works to Hope, Learn, Work, Heal, and Dream.
A mentoring ministry in which a volunteer commits to one hour a week with a student from Robinson Elementary School. Kids Hope USA provides online training and a personal coach to prepare you for this wonderful opportunity to serve. Contact Nancy Megley RN, Pastoral Care Coordinator, 616-842-0001, ext 119.
Wherever these is a need in the Grand Haven area, you’ll find the Salvation Army. Find out how you can help. Serving North Ottawa County!
Love in Action
Love in Action is a ministry that unites the resources of local churches, businesses, ministries and the community as a whole to meet physical needs and provide support and educational opportunities. If you are in need of food, clothing, medical care, shelter or another need please contact us.
Feeding America Truck
To gather and distribute food to relieve hunger and increase food security in West Michigan.
The Gathering is to encourage those who are in Recovery Court, trying to overcome their addictions. The Gathering meets after the 9:00am Recovery Court every other Thursday.
Meetings here at St Patrick-St Anthony Parish: Tuesday, 12:00 p.m., Room 148.
NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. Our program is a set of principles written so simply that we can follow them in our daily lives. The most important thing about them is that they work.
Tri-Cities Alano Club
Sharing our Experience, Strength & Hope.
419 Fulton Street, P.O. Box 637, Grand Haven, 616-847-7959
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
An international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.
Al-Anon Family Groups
Al-Anon members are people who are worried about someone with a drinking problem. Family members have the opportunity to learn from the experiences of others who have faced similar problems.
Mental Health: These local resources offer teletherapy counseling or in-person counseling.
The Ottawa County Suicide Prevention Coalition aims to decrease the number of suicides in Ottawa County by educating the community about suicide warning signs and prevention strategies, promoting existing suicide prevention resources, as well as identifying and addressing emerging issues regarding suicide and suicide prevention.
Suicide Survivors Support Group: We invite you to attend a meeting of the group which meets at 6:30 pm on the first Tuesday of the month at All Shores Wesleyan Church Muskegon campus located at 1050 W. Southern Ave Muskegon MI or via Zoom.
Catholic Charities West Michigan works to help individuals facing the challenges of everyday life offering mental health and counseling in Grand Rapids, Muskegon and several other West Michigan locations. Services are available for children, adults, couples, and families. For more information, call 616-356-6247.
Mosaic Counseling has 85+ counselors who are committed to offering clients dignity and respect from a Christian perspective. For more information, call 616-842-9160.
North Ottawa Community Hospital Hospice, Grand Haven:
When the quantity of life is limited, Hospice of North Ottawa Community helps patients and families focus on the quality of life. Our highly-regarded Hospice team cares for patients in their own homes, in local nursing homes, the hospital, and our Hospice Residence at Heartwood Lodge, helping ease their pain so they can embrace life and live every day to its fullest. For more information, call 616-846-2015 extension 3, or email Barbara Dekker or Justine TerHaar.
Harbor Hospice, Muskegon
Harbor Hospice offers specialized health care in person or virtually with expertise in pain and symptom management, emotional support and spiritual care, as well as grief counseling for family members anticipating or following the death of their loved one. Since being incorporated in 1982, we live our mission to provide expert care with compassion, comfort and support.
For more information call 1-800-497-9559 or 231-728-3442.
Dominican Center at Marywood
An ancient practice, spiritual direction is the art of contemplative listening. By listening with the whole of your being you can better discern how the Spirit is present in your life. During spiritual direction, you share life experiences, personal perspectives, and encounters with the Divine. If you have questions or need more information regarding Spiritual Direction, please email or call 616-514-3325.
Franciscan Life Process Center
“Our mission, based in Franciscan spirituality, is to promote a relationship with God that brings dignity and hope to the sacred process of all life through programs that assist, educate, enrich and inform. We’ve carried out this mission since 1974 and continue to do so with creativity and enthusiasm.”
At Positive Options, we provide professional care to the men and women in our community facing an unplanned pregnancy. We offer compassion and resources to those who seek support at our center.
Walking with Moms in Need is a time of service in which Catholic parishes and communities “walk in the shoes” of local pregnant and parenting women in need. For more information contact Nancy Megley, RN, Pastoral Care Coordinator, 616-842-0001, ext 119.
Catholic Information Center
The Catholic Information Center offers a deeper and more reflective awareness of the faith for those who are already members of the Catholic Church. We also invite seekers from other faiths or no faith at all to an understanding of the teachings and way of life of the Catholic Church. Our courses are offered in the welcoming spirit of the Paulist Fathers whose mission is to give the Good News of Jesus a voice in today’s world.