Here are a few of the Counseling Agencies we support or have worked with in the past. If you would like to speak with one of the pastors before contacting an agency please use the contact button below.
Fresh Aire Samaritan Counseling Center315 W Larkin St, Midland, MI 48640(989) 835-7511Ten Sixteen Recovery Network133 N Saginaw Road, Midland, MI 48640(989) 631-0241Family & Children’s Services of Midland-Michigan1714 Eastman Ave, Midland, MI 48640(989) 631-5390Shelterhouse2500 Waldo Ave, Midland, MI 48642(989) 835-6771National Human Trafficking Resource Center1(888) 373-7888SMS: 233733 (Text “Help” or “Info”)Hours: 24 hrs/ 7 days a week
Grief Groups in Midland Religious-based grief support groupsGrief Group Recovery Process Catholic-based grief support groups. Blessed Sacrament Catholic Parish hosts these groups. Contact "Patty" @ 989-835-6777 for information.
Memorial Presbyterian Church: A House of Prayer for All People @ 989-835-6759
Michigan Mental Health Network - Select county for local helpSupport Groups in Midland - Various support groups by topic
Senior Services of Midland/Council on Aging - Various resources are available from their website. (Select MENU in top right corner, and various services and resources can be reached through their drop-down.)
The Midland area is a very caring community and there are a number of agencies that provide assistance and care for those who find themselves in a tough spot. Here are some of the first places we would encourage you to reach our to for help. Many of these places can help you with heating, rent, food, gas and even diapers.
Do you need help with an auto repair?
MARRIAGE MINISTRYFBC partners with Midland Community Family Ministries to strengthen and encourage families.See https://www.mcfamilyministries.org/ for more details.FUNERALSThe loss, through death, of a loved one or friend is one of life’s most difficult moments. As Christians, we believe that death does not mean the end of life, for our hope rests with the promise that we will spend eternity in the presence of God. (John 14:1-3) However, the loss represented by death is still very painful.Recognizing that the pain goes deep and that the healing process takes time, we are here to serve you in a variety of ways. As a congregation, we see our role as supporting you in your time of hurt while enabling you to take the initial steps in the healing process.While some might be tempted to avoid the funeral, we encourage those who are grieving their loss to attend the funeral for a number of reasons:
Where should a funeral be held?This is a very personal decision and rests entirely with the wishes of the family.
Some choose to utilize the service of a funeral home. Most funeral homes have lovely chapels which are designed to accommodate these desires. Other families celebrate the lives of their loved ones in a church.A third option is to remember the loved one in a private grave-side gathering with immediate family and friends. This is an excellent choice for those who prefer a small, quiet, and brief time of remembering their loved one in the privacy of a small circle of close friends and family.Ware Smith Woolever Funeral DirectorsMidland Chapel1200 W. Wheeler StreetMidland, Michigan 48640989-631-2292Smith-Miner Funeral Home2700 W. WackerlyMidland, MI 48640989-832-8844Wilson Miller Funeral Home4210 N. Saginaw RdMidland, Michigan 48640989-839-9966
915 E. SugnetMidland, MI 48642(989) 835-6731