The Grief Recovery Method® utilized here at the Chattanooga Center for Grief Recovery was developed at the Grief Recovery Institute, now based in Oregon, and has been taught world wide with tremendous results. This action step program speaks to the heart and helps the griever move beyond the pain.
Second Life Tennessee began as an unexpected conversation between two friends in 2007. Over time this conversation grew into the development of our organizational commitment to not only fight human trafficking, but to be a part of the movement that will bring about the end of the crime in the U.S. From our beginning, we have been a partnership-driven organization, realizing that collaboration is central to the success of our cause.
Attunement Solutions, LLC is located inside White Oak United Methodist Church and exists to help people with minor and profound challenges from PTSD, autism, dementia and other emotional challenges find stability, develop coping skills, and to be able to live a life integrated with the world around them. Services are available for individuals, caregivers, and therapeutic professionals. Check out our website at www.attunementsolutions.com.
Take Me Home is a free program provided by the Chattanooga Police Department. Take Me Home allows family members and legal guardians to register emergency contact information for individuals with cognitive and developmental disabilities. If an individual is found alone or reported missing, law enforcement and emergency services personnel can search for emergency contact information, detailed physical description, and a photo of the individual, saving valuable time.
YFC reaches young people everywhere, working together with the local church and other like-minded partners to raise up lifelong followers of Jesus who lead by their godliness in lifestyle, devotion to the Word of God and prayer, passion for sharing the love of Christ, and commitment to social involvement.
“The Son of Man came not to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.”—Mark 10:45