Care and Counseling

Prayer

At Highlands we believe in doing life together. One of the ways we can do this is to share in our prayer requests and praises. Let us know how we can pray and celebrate with you today. More info...

Care Groups

We want Highlands to be a safe place where it’s okay to not be okay. We have care groups including grief and loss, finances, divorce, and all forms of abuse that are designed to come alongside you and provide biblical guidance to help you heal. More info...

Private Counseling

If you are struggling with the pressures of this life and just don't feel like you have any other options, it is critical that you talk to somebody. We would love to have a conversation with you to see if we can figure out positive and productive ways of dealing with your struggles. More info...

Community Aid

We desire to be a church that cares for one another. Whether you have a need for meals or help at home, or even assistance in the foster and adoption process, we're here to help. More info...

Jeff Stevens
Care & Counseling Pastor  

24/7 ONLINE SUPPORT

Highlands partners with JesusCares.com to provide support via live chat to anyone who is in need. Twenty-four hours a day, there are volunteer coaches online ready to listen, encourage, and point chatters to Jesus. Visit JesusCares.com to start your online chat now!

Victims of Abuse

Your safety is of utmost importance to us. If you are a victim of sexual violence, we want to offer you support as well as support you in your after-care. Types of sexual violence includes rape, child sexual abuse, molestation and intimate married sexual violence. If you find yourself a victim and this is an emergency dial 911, or you can get help 24/7 at RAINN. RAINN is the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network. You will immediately be connected to someone who will help you obtain the immediate resources that you need. Call 24/7 1.800.656.HOPE (4673) or visit RAINN.org

Domestic Abuse/Violence or relationship abuse/violence is a pattern of behaviors used by one person to maintain power and control over another in a relationship. This can include physical or mental abuse. If you are a victim of abuse and you need immediate help, please call The National Domestic Abuse Hotline at 1-800-799-7233

You can also contact our Highlands Crisis Response Team at 480-348-9191. Your Crises Response Team Contacts at Highlands are Doc Warkentin, Matt Nuessle, Pam Phillips, and Jodi Giarrante.