Support groups offered by Crossroads Church

From Staff Reports
religion@newnan.com
Crossroads Church is now in its 18th year offering Christ-centered groups to help family members of all ages heal from addictions, harmful patterns, past mistakes and hurtful family experiences.
All groups are free of charge, and free childcare is provided through age 12.
Crossroads also offers groups called Confident Kids and Student Care that offer elementary, middle and high school students separate groups to help them navigate tough age specific issues such as divorce, grief, anger and self-esteem.
“We meet each Tuesday night at 7 p.m. at Crossroads Church, Highway 154 campus,” said Karen Turley.
Current groups include: Chemical Dependency, Adult Family and Friends of Addicts, Anger Management – men and women separately, Chronic Pain, Depression – women, Divorce Care, First Place Weight Loss, Survivors of Sexual Abuse, Men’s Sexual Addiction, Wives of Sex Addicts, Single Mom’s Group, Confidant Kids and Student Care.

All groups can be entered at any time, except for the sexual abuse and addiction groups.

Call 678-854-9300.


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