Our Partners

"We are blessed to have a number of outstanding support organizations in the area."

Barnabas Ministries is passionately committed to reaching high risk youth and families with the message of freedom, hope, and healing in Jesus Christ.

ATLAS is dedicated to walking with people through difficult times,
showing the way to relief, restoration, and redemption, through
relationship building.

City on a Hill Health Clinic provides free medical care for minor injuries or illnesses for those without insurance. Care is given by qualified, volunteer, medical staff.  The weekly clinic is open on Tuesday evenings.

Out of Saddleback Church, Celebrate Recovery was designed as a Christ-centered, bible-based, twelve-step recovery program to help men and women connect with God and others in a fresh new way and experience healing and freedom.


The program is completely free and is being organized by leaders and volunteers in our own community. Information email at celebraterecovery@centralwesleyan.org

The Center’s mission is to respond to, reduce, and prevent domestic and sexual violence. This mission will be achieved through education, collaboration, and advocacy, with crisis and supportive services to victims and survivors.

The Board of Directors, staff and volunteers of the Children’s Advocacy Center believe child abuse is a community problem.


Past experience has taught us that no single agency can possibly meet all the needs of sexually victimized children and their families. Experience has also taught us that taking child victims from agency to agency over and over for multiple interviews, traumatizes the children and, in fact, re­victimizes them. We are committed to providing a coordinated, multi­disciplinary team approach including Protective Services, Law Enforcement, Prosecution, Medical and Mental Health professionals. It is our goal to provide programs and support services for child victims and their families which will enable them to heal emotionally and physically.

Our vision is a healthy, engaged, and compassionate community. Our mission is to end poverty and homelessness.


We do this by mobilizing faith-based and community partners, activating individual and community assets, and meeting immediate needs in our community. Lasting change happens when we empower people to work their way out of poverty. At Good Samaritan Ministries, we are learners who study the causes of poverty and its effects on individuals, families, and community. We use that knowledge to continually innovate new ways to accomplish our mission of finding solutions to poverty and homelessness.

Harvest Stand Ministries is a Zeeland based organization dedicated to providing support and resources to those in need in our community. Through generous donations and strong faith we have been able to be a beacon of light for over 20 years.

Mel Trotter Ministries primary goal is to bring hurting people back from the edge, to restore them to right relationships with God, their families and society.


We do this by providing: Emergency shelter; Food and clothing; Education and training; Spiritual guidance; Job training and Substance abuse treatment. Mission: To demonstrate the compassion of Jesus Christ toward the hungry, homeless and hurting of the Grand Rapids area.

Our Mission: MCEDSV is dedicated to the empowerment of all the state's survivors of domestic and sexual violence. Our Vision: MCEDSV is Michigan's catalyst for creating empowered and transformed individuals, communities, and societies committed to building a lasting legacy of equality, peace and social justice, where domestic and sexual violence no longer exists.

At My House Ministry, we are one of the few organizations in Ottawa County to provide a faith-based transitional housing program just for women and their children. We help those women willing to actively participate in their personal, spiritual, and emotional growth, who seek to make permanent change in their lives.

Pine Rest is one of the largest free-standing behavioral health providers in the U.S.  Michigan and has a network of 19 outpatient offices in Michigan and Iowa, providing individualized and group therapy for people of all ages and all levels of need.


The staff includes over 70 psychiatrists and doctors, 123 psychologists, 238 licensed masters-level social workers, 34 physician assistants and nurse practitioners, plus 12 chaplains. Care is available for a wide array of mental health conditions including stress, depression, ADHD, addictions, substance abuse, and senior care services. Depending on the severity of needs, Pine Rest offers inpatient hospitalization, partial hospitalization, outpatient counseling (through our clinic network), residential services, and consultation liaison—psychiatry and psychology. We also offer specialty services such as an Employee Assistance Program, community outreach programs, a speakers bureau, support groups and our Clinical Pastoral Education program.

Abuse happens, even here among us. And children are not the only victims, and not all abuse is sexual. But it doesn't have to be this way, and you don't have to face these issues alone. Safe Church Ministry equips congregations in abuse awareness, prevention and response.

Safe Families for Children is an alternative to foster care. In foster care, children are placed into homes through the courts and foster families receive compensation for their care.


Through SFFC, host families receive no compensation for caring for children, and parents voluntarily have their children stay with them. The goal of the SFFC ministry is to offer support in a time of need and reunite children with their families in a stronger home environment. This temporary care for children in need gives parents time to establish stability in their homes. Parents are actively involved in their children’s lives and will develop a relationship with the host family. Because Safe Families for Children is not foster care, the children are not placed in the care of the State. Bethany staff work with the parents during this transition to identify steps to regain stability and be reunited with their children quickly and safely.

Motivated by Christ's love, our mission is to end domestic abuse. Safe Haven Ministries, located in Grand Rapids, MI, believes in a multi-faceted approach to solving the problem of domestic abuse in our community.


We offer confidential emergency shelter for women and children fleeing domestic violence; support groups, individual supportive counseling, and advocacy for women and children who do not require shelter; and prevention and outreach programs for the entire community. Safe Haven Ministries has a unique area of expertise in faith and domestic abuse issues, and we offer guidance in this area to all who seek it. Safe Haven serves approximately 500 women and their children every year and serves all women equally, regardless of age, race, religious beliefs, ethnic origin, sexual orientation, disability, or socioeconomic status.

Women At Risk, International (WAR, Int’l) is a nonprofit organization established to place circles of protection around women at risk.


The purpose and passion of this organization is to wrap arms of love around women and children, whispering the message that they were created for purpose and dignity. Creating safe places for women and children rescued from many abuses including human trafficking/sexual slavery, WAR, Int’l desires to give voice to their silenced cries.

The mission of Hope College is to educate students for lives of leadership and service in a global society through academic and co-curricular programs of recognized excellence in the liberal arts and in the context of the historic Christian faith.