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You Are Not Alone

God cares about you, and we do too

Whatever struggles you are facing, we at Salem want to help. Please reach out to us using the contact information below. You can speak in a confidential and non-judgmental environment to one of our pastors. You may also want to seek help from one or more of the agencies listed here.

 

What are you dealing with right now?

If you are in danger of being harmed or harming yourself, call 911

 

Depression and other mental health challenges

If mental health issues like depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, or psychosis are interfering with your life and relationships, there is help. Journey Mental Health Center is one place to start.

Addiction

Don't face alcohol or drug addiction on your own. There is hope and help. You can start your journey to recovery today. Call 1-800-662-HELP or visit the SAMHSA website.

Suicide

If you are in immediate danger, call 911. If you feel that life is not worth living or that nothing will ever get better, talk with someone you trust or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.

Children and families at risk

The Rainbow Project is a nonprofit agency that serves families who are struggling with all kinds of issues. Visit their website to learn about their many programs.

Family or intimate partner violence

No one has the right to hurt you physically or verbally. If you are concerned about yourself or someone you know, help is available at Domestic Abuse Intervention Services.

Sexual assault

Do you need to talk with someone about what happened to you? If you are dealing with the aftereffects of rape or sexual assault, contact the Rape Crisis Center in Dane County for help.

LGBTQ issues

Salem United Church of Christ is an Open and Affirming congregation: you and those you love are welcome here. If you have questions or need help, The Trevor Project is a nationwide resource.

Food insecurity

Verona is fortunate to be home to Badger Prairie Need Network. BPNN offers a food pantry, community meals, and many other services for people who face hunger and poverty.

Homelessness

Are you one of the 2400 people in Dane County without a reliable place to live? The Beacon provides a variety of resources to people who are homeless in our area.

Anything

Did you know that you can call 211 or visit 211.org online to find help for all kinds of issues? 211.org is a non-profit organization that serves as a clearing house for a wide variety of helping agencies.

Talk with a pastor

Whatever you are going through, talking with a pastor can help you find peace of mind and spirit. Come as you are! You are welcome here. Call or email the church office to schedule time with a pastor.