Health & Wellness
Christian living is healthy living
The Health & Welllness ministry proudly collaborates with the following organizations.
Al - Anon Hawthorne
Do you worry about how much someone in your family consumes alcohol? Have you been offended or embarrassed by the behavior of a family member or friend who drinks? Do you think there is no one who understands your problems?
We invite you to participate in Al-Anon meetings, where the members are people just like you who are concerned about a family or friend's drinking problem.
Is an international mutual aid fellowship with the stated purpose of enabling its members to "stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety." AA is self-supporting and apolitical. Its only membership requirement is a desire to stop drinking. For information please call the Parish Center or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Is a program for those that feel indecisive at making decisions and see it as a very difficult task. If you have a fear of being wrong. If you seek the opinion and constant approval of others. If you feel hopeless with no control over problems. If, when you get angry your body feels stiff, your breathing and heart rate accelerates. If you connect with any of these points then CHAT is for you. CHAT is a place where we will learn positive emotional tools to face the challenges of life.
This program is only offered in Spanish, you'd wish to have this in English please email Amanda at email@example.com
Do you have problems with your family, friends that cause you concern, anxiety, depression? Are you in a relationship of abuse and domestic violence? Do you feel like you can't get over the loss of a loved one? Do you feel little accepted, loved and understood?
Do you have any health problems due to not being able to cope with stress? Come share with people experiencing the same difficulties, concerns, and discover alternatives on how to cope and find emotional relief.
Who is NAMI for?
If you have a relative or friend with emotional-mental health problems. If, you feel desperate, scared and you don't know how to help him. If, your family member or friend has been diagnosed but you do not understand how he feels, thinks, or behaves, you have doubts and questions. If you feel that you connect with any of the statements above then NAMI is for you.
A twelve-step program founded in 1960 for people with problems related to food including, but not limited to, compulsive overeaters, those with binge eating disorder, bulimics and anorexics. This program is currently only in Spanish.
Providence’s Community Health Insurance Program
We can help you apply and enroll into a free to low cost health insurance program! We can help you apply for extra food benefits for your household through CalFresh. Call us to set an over-the-phone appointment 310– 514-4318 Or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Margaret Center
St. Margaret's Center, a program of Catholic Charities of Los Angeles Inc., has served low-income and homeless families since 1987. The Center provides a comprehensive range of emergency and supportive services to about 10,000 unduplicated individuals annually in the Los Angeles "L.A.X." area, primarily those living in the cities or streets of Lennox and surrounding communities. For more information click here, for information regarding all the ongoing resources click here.
Guide to the services resources and information
Emergency Outreach Bureau
1800-950 - nami (6264)
Text mami to 741741when in crisis
National Suicide prevention Lifeline
(800) 799- SAFE(7233)