Pastoral Care Ministry is an integral part of the Office of Formation and Discipleship. We collaborate with ministry leadership and parishes to promote and sustain effective outreach for a variety of specialized needs. Recognizing the Church’s desire to respond holistically to the entire person, from within the perspective of faith, we provide support, training, and resources for parish ministry leadership so that they may effectively attend to those entrusted to their care.
Catholic Charities provides free, professional counseling assisting people with decision making, problem solving, and goal setting. Their services are aimed at helping families make positive plans that include parenting, adoption, or kinship care for their unborn child.
Pregnancy Aid Clinic is a non-profit center that has been providing life-changing and life-saving services regardless of financial ability, race, age, or religion since 1984. Their care addresses the whole woman- mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual in a compassionate and nonjudgmental way.
Project Rachel is the Catholic Church’s healing ministry to those who have been hurt by abortion. It operates as a network of priests, therapists, counselors, and spiritual directors, all trained to provide compassionate one-on-one spiritual and psychological care for those who have been affected by this traumatic event.
Holy Family Counseling Center, LLC provides counseling from a Catholic Christian perspective, and places value in the family as well as the dignity of the individual.
Courage is an apostolate seeking to help in furthering the understanding of and living out the Catholic Church’s teaching on homosexuality. It is a resource for those experiencing same-sex attraction, their family members, and clergy seeking to assist persons experiencing same-sex attraction.
A support group for those experiencing same-sex attraction and looking for answers in the Atlanta area. Contacts: John 404-202-8421 or David 678-549-5402
Suicide Help and Support: The American Federation of Suicide Prevention (AFSP) seeks to raise awareness and provide support to those affected by suicide. Whether you’ve lost someone or are struggling with suicidal thinking—you are not alone. The AFSP seeks to bring people who have been affected by suicide out of the wilderness, and give them support and opportunities to help others.