At Centerpoint, we have personally felt the effects of mental illness in our gathering.
We believe that mental illness is a real issue and that there is real HOPE.
We aim to provide counseling and other resources for those who are struggling or
if you love someone who struggles.


If you or someone you know is contemplating harming themselves.
Call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255


Counseling

At Centerpoint, we offer counseling at our South Campus.
If you would like to set an appointment with one of our counselors call 813-689-1906.


Messages

Check out our latest message series on mental health.

Series Summary:   In the beginning, sin broke everything. Our world was shattered. We began to down a path of destruction and heartbreak. But God did not leave us there. No matter what you are facing Jesus can help you find hope, healing, and redemption.  In this series Worship & Creative Arts Director Nicole Golden shares her story of her struggle with mental illness and how Jesus has given her hope.

Series Summary:

In the beginning, sin broke everything. Our world was shattered. We began to down a path of destruction and heartbreak. But God did not leave us there. No matter what you are facing Jesus can help you find hope, healing, and redemption.

In this series Worship & Creative Arts Director Nicole Golden shares her story of her struggle with mental illness and how Jesus has given her hope.

Series Summary:   Almost every relationship we have is based on conditions, whether it’s our employer, teacher, friend or family member. It's hard to know how people truly feel about us or if they will accept us when we don’t measure up to the standards they have for us. We are searching for what only Jesus can provide.  Worship & Creative Arts Director Nicole Golden and Next Generation Pastor Justin Elam, share about their struggles with abandonment, approval, and acceptance.

Series Summary:

Almost every relationship we have is based on conditions, whether it’s our employer, teacher, friend or family member. It's hard to know how people truly feel about us or if they will accept us when we don’t measure up to the standards they have for us. We are searching for what only Jesus can provide.

Worship & Creative Arts Director Nicole Golden and Next Generation Pastor Justin Elam, share about their struggles with abandonment, approval, and acceptance.


Articles on Mental Health

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Is someone else’s mental illness my problem?

Those with mental illness are in a war and they need an army on their side. The church needs to open its eyes to the reality of this war and they need to stand by the people who are hurting from it.

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An open letter to the church about suicide by someone who contemplated it.

Those with mental illness are in a war and they need an army on their side. The church needs to open its eyes to the reality of this war and they need to stand by the people who are hurting from it.