CORINTH FAMILY FIRST

Here at Corinth we want to support and equip the family unit in areas of mental, physical, emotional and spiritual health; that we may accomplish the mission and vision of Corinth to disciple and show God’s love to our families and community.

So, what are a few things we can provide for you?

  • Pastoral Counseling (Marriage, Family, and Children)
  • Child/Adolescent mentorship
  • Child/Adolescent development resources/education
  • Financial assistance resources (i.e. food stamps, temporary assistance for needy families)
  • Mental health resources/education
  • Substance abuse resources/education
To inquire about our services, please click "Help." Your information and request will be completely confidential!
Below, you will find additional online resources to help you and your family. These resources provide information on child and adolescent development, signs and symptoms of depression in children/teens, anxiety, drug/alcohol risks in school and social settings, how to deal with social media, setting healthy boundaries in the home, among many others.
Think Orange provides a FREE downloadable file. These resources can help you better understand WHAT mental health is and WHY it’s so important for us to safeguard our health as well as the health of others. Whether you’re a book reader, a podcast listener, or a video watcher, they have it all. 
ParentTeen Connect is designed by social-emotional learning experts as an at-home, family-engagement resource. This online experience is loaded with videos, resources, and useful advice to help teens and the adults in their lives address hot-button topics.
Reviews for what your kids are into (before they get into it). This resource also provides insight into protective factors regarding social media. 
The Division of Adolescent and School Health provides  a number of resources on physical and mental health, as well as insight into youth risk behaviors. 
There are dozens of other online resources such as these. We encourage you to share these with your family and those around you.

**Note: Corinth Church does not control the content of the resources provided.