Core Values:

* Community
* Love
* Support
* Kindness
Please join us the 3rd Saturday of every month beginning on March 20th in the Life Center. Event time starts at 4:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome!

today Matters Mental Health Ministries

Mission Statement:

To be the voice for the silent, connecting the mind, body and soul embraced through faith, respect, empathy and dignity by removing the stigma about mental health.


In case no one told you today:
You’re beautiful.
You’re loved.
You’re needed.
You’re here for a reason.
You’re stronger than you think.
You’re going to get through this.
We’re glad you’re alive!

Upcoming Events

Our April Speaker:

National Veteran Resources:

A non-profit 501C3 raising awareness to PTSD, Mental Health and Suicide in our Veterans, Active-Duty Military, and First Responders.

The Hero Mobile is a traveling tribute to America’s heroes. It is wrapped with the American Flag featuring portraits of Veterans in the different eras to show support to those who have served our country and communities. The message, “Never Give Up Hope or Faith” proudly displayed on the back.

The Mission:

To help Active-Duty Service Members, Veterans, First Responders and theirfamilies get the help they need for PTSD and to help prevent suicide in ourheroes.

What we offer:

  • Lets Talk About It: Video stories of our brave men andwomen Peer Support
  • Transportation funding to healing retreats
  • In Loving Memory website page and Giving special gifts to the Mothers ofVeteran Suicide group
  • National outreaches with the Hero Mobile. The individual or group takes apledge, signs their name on the RV and receives a challenge coin.

From Founder Michele Ladd:

Our mission is to let those that protect and serve us know that they are not alone.We travel to meet these men and women and to bring the community together to help more Servicemembers, Veterans and First Responders.

Our tours around the country are called “Operation 22 to ZERO”. We all knowwhat the 22

stands for and we all need to do so much more to stop this epidemic.

Since 2017 Michele has traveled more than 80,000 miles to assist visiting morethan 40

American Legions, VFW’s, Police and Fire Departments around the country,and on September 11, 2020 Randy joined Michele and together they will notquit until the suicide epidemic is down to ZERO lives lost.

National Veteran Resources has helped hundreds of Service Members, Veterans, First Responders and their families with much needed one on oneconversations and resources.

A message from Michele:

Future Speakers:

MAY 15, 2021 4:00 PM
            JUNE 19, 2021 4:00PM