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Lifeline Caregiving will continue during the COVID-19 restrictions using creative forms of connecting and caring.
Don't Go Through it Alone
In our day-to-day world, the pressures of life are becoming increasingly overwhelming for so many of us. As if present struggles aren't enough, unresolved issues from the past keep us from living fully. The good news is that you don't have to go through it alone.
How to get help
To contact a Lifeline caregiver click the Get Help button below and complete the form or call (434) 525-7481 x310 and leave a message with your name, phone number and reason for contacting Lifeline. Someone will contact you in about 24 hours. (Please allow more time on the weekends and holidays.)
What Lifeline is
Lifeline is a caregiving ministry of Blue Ridge Community Church. The purpose of this ministry is to provide spiritual care, support, encouragement, and referral services in a safe and confidential manner. Support is typically on a short-term basis during times of significant need or crisis. While in the midst of crisis, a Lifeline caregiver can help bring clarity to the issues involved and define the priorities of care. At the conclusion of the initial care, Lifeline will assist with any needed transition to ongoing support. Lifeline caregivers are trained volunteers under the direction and general supervision of assigned staff members at Blue Ridge Community Church.
What Lifeline is not
Regardless of their education, training, licensure or expertise, Lifeline caregivers do not function in a professional role and do not provide clinically-oriented mental health treatment or therapy.
Areas of Care include: