The Counseling Ministry at North Hills exists to help hurting people through the loving and patient process of restorative discipleship.
To help accomplish this discipleship, we regularly offer a variety of counseling groups to meet diverse needs. We urge you to explore our short-term groups to see if one or more of them may be of help to you.
A counseling group can guide you through the healing or change process in a confidential, small group setting. However, if a counseling group does not meet your need at this time, our Intake & Advancement Counselor can explore other counseling options to serve you.
To get help, please click on your area of need below.
SC Department of Social Services
(Child Safety Abuse or Neglect Report)
SC Suicide & Crisis Lifeline – Call or Text 988
Local Rape Crisis Hotline – 864.467.3633
Local Domestic Violence Helpline & Emergency
Shelter – 800.291.2139
The Carolina Center for Behavioral Health
Treatment for a range of psychiatric and substance abuse disorders for teens and adults.
Prisma Behavioral Health and Psychiatry
Psychiatric and addiction services to meet the needs of children, adolescents and adults. 864.455.8988
Piedmont Women’s Center
Julie Valentine Center
Free, confidential services to sexual assault and child abuse survivors and their families. Rape crisis care. 864.331.0560
Safe shelter and advocacy services to victims of domestic violence and their dependent children up to 17 yrs. of age. 864.437.1177
Safe shelter for women and mothers with young children who are experiencing homelessness. 864.268.5589
The NHC Counseling Ministry seeks to encourage the body of Christ by helping to restore one another through compassionate care, mentorship, discipleship, and counseling. Corresponding to their level of training and skill, volunteer lay counselors help people with a variety of needs and struggles including life mentoring, personal conflicts, family of origin issues, and more. We train lay counselors for this work through our Lay Counselor Training Program (LCTP). Lay Counselors are NHC members and have received training through the LCTP or equivalent. If this area of ministry is of interest to you, get started by clicking the button below.