A Christ-Centered Community committed to supporting people with mental health and substance use challenges in their recovery and wellness journeys through:

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Serving Montgomery County, Illinois & the surrounding area

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Support, Partner, Lead

Be Well — Stay Well — Live Well — Finish Well

  Food & Fundraiser Event

Pork Loin Dinner & Silent Auction

Feb 24, 2024 — Doors @ 5:00 pm

Hillsboro Free Methodist Church Gym (1400 Seymour Ave, Hillsboro, IL)

Cross Over Ministries is hosting a Pork Loin Dinner and Silent Auction Fundraiser featuring The Passion Painter, Andy Raines.

Suggested Donation: $40 per person or $300 for table of 8. Tickets are limited! Carry out tickets also available.

All proceeds benefit Haven HOME of Hope. Contact Haven staff or Cross Over Board members for tickets!

havenhomeofhope@gmail.com
comnfp@gmail.com

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  Our Vision & Mission

Cross Over Ministries offers individual recovery and wellness through:

  • Resources for Mental Health, DivorceCare, & Substance Use Recovery
  • Training Opportunities for QPR Suicide Prevention & Trauma Informed Care
  • Grief Support & Theraputic Activity groups
  • Community Awareness & Advocacy
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  Help Supply Our Office

Amazon Wish List

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Cross Over Ministries is in great need of some office supplies, so... we’ve compiled an Amazon wish list! Just click the button below. Would you consider purchasing an item for us?

We have found that since we don’t get any confirmations from Amazon, your donations are not being acknowledged—but there is an option to include a personalized gift message with your name and contact info. So be sure to do this so we can say THANK YOU!!!

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  Calendar

Ongoing & Upcoming Events

Monday—Friday

Cross Over Ministries & “Haven HOME of Hope” is Open to the Public
205 Pleasant Street, Hillsboro, IL
Visit our Haven HOME page for Open Hours.


First Tuesday — 6:00-7:30 pm

Cross Over Ministries Monthly Board Meeting
Hillsboro Free Methodist Church (1400 Seymour Ave, Hillsboro, IL)

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  Emotional, Psychological, & Social Well-Being

Relive the Best Of COM’s Conquering the Mind Mental Health Summit

Thank you to everyone who attended our first Conquering the Mind Mental Health Summit For Recovery and Wellness on March 12, 2022! The event was a huge success, bringing together more than 125 community members to focus on sharing stories of survival and recovery and bringing healing to Montgomery County. For those of you who could not attend the event in person or simply want to re-experience it, please check out the Summit Highlights Page, now featuring videos of our main speakers, the individual stories, and the intro to the Musical!

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  Seek Treatment From Substance Use Disorders

Cross Over Ministries is your Access Point for the Safe Passages program

  • What is Safe Passages? Safe Passages is a “no wrong door” approach where an individual can walk into any access point for linkage to substance use disorder treatment. A field support specialist can link you with inpatient or outpatient services.
  • How does Safe Passages work? An individual would walk in to the access point and request assistance in finding treatment for their substance use disorder from an officer or staff member.
  • When can you access Safe Passages access points? You can utilize safe passage access points at any location as long as they are open to the public. Find Cross Over Ministries’ Open Hours on Haven HOME’s informational page.
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  Employment/Volunteer Opportunity

Apply to Intern/Work/Volunteer for Cross Over Ministries!

Interested in becoming a part of the Cross Over Ministries’ (COM) team? Apply for an internship, volunteer, or paid position! Serving in this capacity is an experience that will give you the opportunity to grow in your relationship with the Lord and with others. You will be actively involved in helping people with mental health conditions and/or substance use disorders discover their own recovery and wellness journey. You will also be contributing to the vision and mission of COM. Our Board will be relying upon you to give us advice regarding specific goals and the actions required to meet them.

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  Recovery Article

5 Landmarks for Mental Health Recovery & Resiliency

As you travel through your recovery and resiliency journey, there are a few landmarks along the way that will help you know that you’re moving in the right direction!

  1. Community
  2. Renewed Sense of Hope
  3. Healthy Lifestyle
  4. Resting in Grace
  5. Serving Others

What are other landmarks that have encouraged you in your mental health journey?

  Resources

Text Lines & Montgomery County Phone Lines

Illinois has set up a Remote Patient Monitoring Program for mental health services. This telehealth and mental health support line is for underserved communities and those at risk during the COVID 19 pandemic. To access this program, text TALK to 552020.

Additionally, you can text HOME to 741741 from anywhere in the United States to reach a crisis counselor anytime.

Locally, the Montgomery County Health Department has a 24-hour crisis hotline at 1-888-324-5052. They are also open Monday through Friday and can be reached at 1-217-532-2001. Counselors are a phone call away.

Please do not wait to get the mental health treatment you deserve.

Let your community support you!

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Every Dollar Makes A Difference

Help Cross Over Ministries save lives and cultivate opportunities for healing and wellness for people with mental health and/or substance use challenges in Montgomery County, Illinois & the surrounding area. Cross Over Ministries — a qualified 501(c)(3) non-profit organization — is funded through events and donations from people like you.

Mental Health By The Numbers

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About one in five adults has a diagnosable mental disorder. Mental illnesses are more common than cancer, diabetes or heart disease. Also, data shows that if you have a mental illness, your chance of having a substance use disorder is as high as 50%. Mental illness can affect persons of any age, race, religion, gender identity or socioeconomic status. People affected by mental illness include our church members, our friends and families, and ourselves, as well as all the people who support those experiencing mental illness. With proper care and treatment, between 70 and 90 percent of persons with mental illnesses experience a significant reduction of symptoms and an improved quality of life.

Approximately 1 in 25 adults in the U.S. (11.2 million) experiences a serious mental illness in a given year that substantially interferes with or limits one or more major life activities.

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More than 90% of people who die by suicide show symptoms of a mental health condition.

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18.1% of adults in the U.S. experience an anxiety disorder such as posttraumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and specific phobias.

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Half of all chronic mental illness begins by age 14; three-quarters by age 24. Despite effective treatment, there are long delays—sometimes decades—between the first appearance of symptoms and when people get help.

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Only 41% of adults in the U.S. with a mental health condition receive mental health services each year.

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Drop Us A Line!

Better yet, see us in person! All Board Meetings are open to the public and are on the first Tuesday of every month at Hillsboro Free Methodist Church (1400 Seymour Ave, Hillsboro, IL). We would love to have you join us!
We love our community. Join us at our events, meetings, and fundraisers.