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

Calendar of Current Events

Upcoming COM open public hours, board meetings, plus events focusing on healing, wellness, creative, training, fundraising, awareness, and education.

  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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  Offering People in Crisis a Refuge

Cross Over Ministries & “Haven HOME of Hope” is Open to the Public

Monday—Friday

Visit our Haven HOME page for Open Hours.

205 Pleasant Street, 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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  Leadership

Board Meetings

First Tuesday — 6:00-7:30 pm

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

We welcome everyone to our monthly Board meetings. Please call 1-217-608-0266 for more information. There are opportunities to serve on the board and volunteer!

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  Recovery: Staying Clean & Fellowship

NA Meeting

Every Monday — 7:00-8:00 pm

United Methodist Church (537 Rountree St., Hillsboro IL 62049)
Discussion/Participation; Format Varies; Living Clean Study. This is a CLOSED Meeting: Hallway to far left, 2nd room on left. Parking and entrance on north side.

Thursdays: 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Haven Home of Hope (205 Pleasant St., Hillsboro IL 62049)
This is a CLOSED Meeting and will be held in the basement; enter through the back door.

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  Recovery: Healing Comfort & Fellowship

Al-Anon Meeting

Every Thursday — 6:30-7:30 pm

United Methodist Church (537 Rountree St., Hillsboro IL 62049)

Al-Anon members are people just like you who have loved ones with substance use challenges, whether it be alcohol or some other drug of choice.

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  Training Opportunities

Life-Saving Training Sessions

Just as people trained in CPR help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help. QPR Suicide Prevention Training is offered to high schools, junior high schools, communities, or any group interested in Montgomery County and the surrounding area.
Please contact us to set up training!

Trauma Informed Care (TIC) trainings are offered to communities, organizations, and individuals on a regular basis. The purpose of this training is to reduce or eliminate the possibility of re-traumatization. Talking directly about a trauma isn’t necessarily the best option so join us to learn practical skills to help you and those around you.
Please contact us to set up training!

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