THE RIGHTEOUS CRY, AND THE LORD HEARS AND DELIVERS
THEM OUT OF ALL THEIR TROUBLES.
THE LORD IS NEAR THE BROKENHEARTED AND SAVES THOSE
WHO ARE CRUSHED IN SPIRIT (PSALM 34:17-18).
Support Care Resources
Jesus says that life on this earth is filled with trials and sorrows (John 16:33). When such times come it can be overwhelming. In this complex world, one can easily feel isolated, alone, lost, uncertain, frightened, or haunted by destructive thoughts. Life is a journey no one should walk alone. Besides the community of a local church, outside resources, such as medical and mental health professionals, are oftentimes needed to aid in the process of healing, recovery, and the restoration of wellness. Beyond our Pastoral Care Ministry office, directed by Jay Abernathy, First Lubbock desires to help our members, guests, and community be aware of the network of helpful resources and agencies available in our area.
If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide, please contact your physician, or go to your nearest hospital emergency room, or dial 9-1-1 for emergency assistance.
THE FOLLOWING LIST PROVIDED DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN ENDORSEMENT BUT, RATHER, OFFERS A REPRESENTATION OF NAMES GIVEN TO US FROM OTHERS WHO HAVE UTILIZED THESE RESPECTIVE SERVICES.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Suicide Loss Support Group: Contact Lubbock
Nicole P Springer, PhD, LMFT
The Ranch at Dove Tree
Marisha Tyler, LMFT
Christina Truitt, LPC-S
The Lubbock Playroom: Kelly Martin, M.ed, LPC
Child abuse/ CPS/ Domestic Violence
Richard Gatlin, MHR, LPC
Marriage or Individual
Gabrielle K Keenum, LPC-S
Dr. Gordon Jones, LPC
Mike Ford, LMFT
De De Long, LPC
Dr. Mark White, LMFT
Nathan Futrell, LPC
806-792-3363 ext. 2145
Carol Scott, LPC
Laura Cunningham, LPC
Shiloh Counseling Services
New Hope Christian Counseling