mental health resources

This page is dedicated to helping you find resources for dealing with mental health struggles.

The following list includes resources that share our theological tradition as well as resources from a Christian perspective from other theological traditions. Additionally, some of the resources listed do not share our faith. We have a core belief in the authority and inerrancy of Scripture to teach us about life in Christ. This doesn’t keep us from humbly learning from and appreciating books written by Christians or non-Christians because we believe in God's common grace to all. It doesn’t mean that we endorse everything a person we quote says or believes; it means we believe all truth is from God.

Click on the links below for resources. This list is not exhaustive so if you don’t find something that addresses your particular situation or area of interest, contact Tom McGregor for recommendations.

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  • Mending the Soul - Resource for Abuse and Trauma including books, workbooks, and connections to small group support.
  • Fresh Hope – find books, workbooks designed for individual, one-on-one, or in small group settings, and online support groups
  • Mental Health Grace Alliance – Offers workbooks designed for individual, one-on-one or in small group settings and online support groups.
  • Genesis Process - Books and resources for addressing a variety of thought and behavior patterns including chemical addiction.
  • Boundaries - Resources and Coaching for co-dependancy, relationship addictions, healthy relationships, and improved mental health.
  • - support for parents through miscarriage, stillbirth, or the loss of an infant.

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If you are struggling with mental health in some capacity, we want to help how we can. At Imprint Church, we have a threefold approach to pastoral care:

1. Hope Coaches: Trained Laypeople from Imprint Church who will listen and help you find a way forward.
2. Pastoral Visits: Meet with one of the pastors of Imprint Church.
3. Counseling Referrals: Get connected with a trusted mental health professional.

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