Fellowship’s Counseling & Care Center is located at the entrance of the Rogers Campus. We have licensed, professional counselors on-site who provide counseling for adults, children and adolescents, married/engaged couples, and families. These counselors address a variety of issues such as addictions, depression, anxiety, blended families, premarital counseling, etc. Fees vary for these services. We also maintain a referral network of private practice counselors available throughout Northwest Arkansas.
For more information, contact us at [email protected] or 479-659-3657.
Anne Resler, LPC, LMFTCarey Lampton, PhDRodney Holmstrom, LACKarissa Ragland, LPCChris Moore, CADCCassidy Rucker, LPCLaura Bailey, LAMFTSarah Schafer, LACStefanie Lawson, LPC, LMFT
Julie Moore, LCSWJaclyn Williams, LAMFTDavid Depew, LACRay Wagoner, LACDaniel Cummins, LACJon Rucker, LACFoster Page, LACLindsey Gipson, MS, LPC
Grief Share For those who have lost a loved one due to death. Learn more at griefshare.org. Contact Colette Johnson for additional information.
MendWomen experiencing any kind of wound in the journey of motherhood (miscarriage, stillbirth, infant/child death, adoption loss, abortion, infertility, child with special needs, etc). For more information, contact Danielle Seay. Find us on Facebook.
Moving Forward Women who have experienced the loss of a spouse. For more information, contact Libby or Cathy.
Divorce Care A 13-week video series that addresses various aspects of recovery from the personal trauma of divorce. Learn more at divorcecare.org. Contact Colette Johnson for additional information.
Parents of Prodigals A support group for parents of prodigal children, our vision is to bring hope and peace to those in the midst of prodigals chaos. Contact
Colette Johnson for additional information.
Foster and Adoptive Parents Are you a current or former foster or adoptive family in need of community, encouragement and support? Learn about how you can connect with others in this space. Contact
Sylvia Chesser for additional information.
Dementia Support A faith-based, support group for primary caregivers who have loved ones dealing with dementia, including Alzheimer’s. Bring your loved one along to participate in our Friendship Club. Contact Colette Johnson for additional information.
We would love to pray for you. To submit a prayer request or join us in praying for others’ prayer needs, visit our Prayer webpage.
Use your creative writing skills to write and send a card to those at Fellowship who have been hospitalized, lost a loved one, or who are just in need of encouragement. A card received goes a long way in helping someone cope with a troublesome situation.