When it comes to your mental health journey it’s never a bad time to reach out for help.  Here are some first steps.




Eating disorders

Internet and gaming addictions



Self harm

Sexual addiction


Trauma and PTSD

Resources provided by the staff at The Center for Christian Counseling, Consultation & Training, Inc

3 Responses to "Mental health resources"

  • DJ says:

    Thank you for spotlighting mental health. It’s important to get over the stigma of having a diagnosis such as PTSD, depression, or anxiety; because the benefits of getting help out weigh the negativity of having a label. I understand this, because I was concerned about how reputation and identity would be impacted if I were to seek help. Well, I finally got help, and I have been on a very rewarding mental health maintenance journey for several years now, which includes sorting through anxiousness and PTSD from my time in the military and as a Firefighter. Keep up the good work!

  • Nichole says:

    Do you have a Christian preacher or pastor available to help with life guidance?

    1. Amanda Brooks says:

      Hi Nichole,
      If you would like to reach out to the Center for Christian Counseling (they compiled this list of resources), they will be able to help you find someone. Their website will have their contact information: https://www.christiancounselingmadison.com/contact

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