Recommended Resources

 
  • Teen Challenge provides a broad scope of help and information in every area of drug and alcohol abuse. 3728 W. Chestnut Expwy. Springfield, MO 65802, (417) 862-6969, www.teenchallenge.com
  • The Willow Center Treatment and Recovery, 515 North Green Street, Suite 402,
    Brownsburg, IN 46112, Phone: (317) 852-3690; Fax: (317) 852-2766;
    (Out-Patient services)
 
  • Griefshare group – griefshare.org This organization provides materials to help churches facilitate grief recovery support meetings, and assists individuals in connecting with these local groups.
  • Endurance.org
  • Grief and Loss Podcast
  • Living with Healthy Grief
  • The Grief of Infertility
  • Experiencing Grief by H. Norman Wright 
    Sooner or later, we all face grief. Wright guides you through five essential stages: shock, rage, despair, release, and peace
  • Grieving a Suicide: A Loved One’s Search for Comfort, Answers and Hope by Albert Y. Hsu 
    “After his father’s death, Hsu wrestled with intense emotional and theological questions surrounding suicide. While acknowledging that there are no easy answers, he draws on the resources of the Christian faith to point suicide survivors to the God who offers comfort in our grief and hope for the future.”
  • Parenting in the Midst of Tragedy by Glenn Lutjens 
    When trauma strikes a family, children may especially feel their life has been turned upside down. Circumstances may require change. But giving thought to how you can maintain familiar patterns—providing security through verbal, emotional, and physical support—can give your child the best opportunity to work through pain and uncertainty.
  • From Anger to Intimacy: How Forgiveness Can Transform Your Marriage Cunningham, Ted.,Smalley, Gary. (2009)
  • Prepare/Enrich–Multiple Care To Change Counselors certified as Prepare/Enrich
    Counselors. The Prepare Enrich process addresses couples communication, anger, and other marriage stressors