Community Care

Mar 24, 2020

Highrock Resources

Along with community organizations, Highrock wants to help support the spiritual, emotional, social, financial and physical needs in and outside of our worshipping community. No one organization can meet all the needs that will come up during this time. So we want to help you connect with what we can do as a church and help you find the other resources provided by those who are experts in what they are equipped to do.

Volunteer

Are you willing to volunteer or provide support? As needs arise, we will connect volunteers with those who need support.

Get Support

For support or assistance with practical needs like food, grocery pick-up, and housing:

If you would like prayer or someone to talk with about what you are going through, please reach out to our team of volunteers:

 

Need Immediate Support?

If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911. For immediate emotional crisis support, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) 

 

Community Resources

Organizations we trust are providing care for additional needs that are beyond our scope of care.

Mental Health and Well-Being

The Town of Arlington has compiled a list of resources for mental health care and substance abuse support

Food

Local non-profits like Foodlink and Arlington Eats provide free, healthy food and support for low-income households.

 

Donate

You can also donate to Highrock's Community Aid Fund to directly help people around us who are suffering from this crisis. All donations will be used to help people who are hurting as well as those who are serving on the front lines. Our first effort will be to get masks to smaller local hospitals until regular supply chains can be restored, and subsequently, we will partner with other community organizations that serve our most vulnerable neighbors.