VICTIMS OF CRIME AND LENIENCY
All services free of charge
Monthly support groups
Assistance with the criminal justice process and advocates to provide support as needed
Assistance in ensuring victim's rights and communication with police and district attorney's offices
Crime Scene and suicide cleanup
Protest and attend parole hearings
Therapy using primarily equine-assisted activities to understand clients with various physical, cognitive, and emotional issues.
Equine assisted psychotherapy
Equine assisted learning
EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) for trauma
Play therapy for children
Personal growth and educational opportunities utilizing horses (or not) for children and adults
A support group for those grieving the loss of a spouse or a significant other
Wednesdays at 12pm
Highland Park Church of Christ
600 Geneva Avenue
Muscle Shoals, AL 35661
DAY BY DAY SUPPORT GROUP
Contact: Tommy/Debbie Conley
For Parents who have experienced the
death of a child
Group meets the 2nd Sunday
of each month at 2pm
Woodmont Baptist East Campus
2002 Darby Drive, Florence, AL 35630
TRUE HOPE MINISTRIES
True Hope is a ministry with a mission to rescue people from life controlling problems. True Hope Ministries is not only for drugs and alcohol but also eating disorders, depression, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and self harm.
CROSSPOINT CHURCH OF CHRIST
Recovery Support Groups
AL-ANON Thursadys at 7pm/Saturdays at 10am
Adult Center #23
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Tuesdays at 7pm
Adult Center #27
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Monday-Tuesday, Thursday-Saturday at 7pm
1350 Cox Creek Parkway
Florence, AL 35633
PATHWAYS PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING
Provide adults, children, couples, and families professional counseling services from a Christian perspective
Colbert-Lauderdale Baptist Association
3901 Hatch Boulevard
Sheffield, AL 35660
BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS (SHOALS)
505 N Columbia Avenue, Sheffield, AL 35660
Our one-to-one mentoring relationships support the critical social and emotional development needed to help build resilience and promote the mental health and well-being of thousands of children we serve across America.
CRAMER CHILDREN'S CENTER (CAC)
404 W. Tennessee Street Florence, AL 35630
A comfortable, private, child-friendly setting that provides a safe space for child victims of abuse and assault to talk about what happened. Multidisciplinary team response, forensic interviewing, and counseling services.
COMMUNITY ACTION PARTNERSHIP OF NORTH ALABAMA
Activities to promote school growth and development, monthly group connections for families, along with health and developmental screenings for enrolled children.
COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY OF NORTHWEST ALABAMA
Lauderdale Co. 256-766-4330
Colbert Co. 256-383-3832
Franklin Co. 256-332-7534
Planning, developing and administering programs and services designed to help eliminate poverty and encourage self-sufficiency.
THE RECOVERY VILLAGE
Dealing with grief and loss is natural and can be a deeply personal and challenging experience. To help educate, we've created an in-depth guide on grief.
MILAVETZ LAW, P.A.
CHILDREN AND DIVORCE
Children can experience short- and long-term negative consequences when their parents divorce. They are still growing and maturing, so every aspect of their lives, from school life to sleeping, tends to be affected.
FATHERHOOD (NW AL RESPONSIBLE PARENTING PROGRAM)
745 Thompson Street, Florence, AL 35630
Works with fathers and partners in a 12-week teaching/mentor program. Case management is provided to help participant achieve set goals.
HEALTH CONNECT AMERICA
115 Fairground Road, Florence, AL 35630
Outpatient mental health service offering strength-based support and treatment to individuals who experience mental health symptoms and co-occurring disorders.
ONEPLACE OF THE SHOALS
200 W. Tennessee Street, Florence, AL 35630
Comprehensive, free services for those who have suffered with domestic violence, sexual assault, child/elder abuse. Children welcome, no appointments necessary.
WHITE HOUSE RECOVERY AND DETOX
We practice a tough-love approach to holding you accountable, and will not shy away from providing clear insight into the patterns of behaviors that are holding you back. Our community favors one-on-one and peer support to give you the highest chances of finding the routines and coping skills that support your recovery. Whether you’re coming out of your first treatment program or are returning to do it right this time, you don’t have to go through this alone.