Samaritan Family Wellness
Welcome to Samaritan Family Wellness
Life is a journey, and like any journey, it is important at times to make sure you are intentional about the direction in which you are heading. When it's time, Samaritan Family Wellness offers a continuum of services to help you pause and help you check your bearings. Whether you are feeling "stuck," feeling like you are slowly drifting off course, or feeling completely lost, we can help. Our coaches and therapists all work from a whole-person wellness perspective as we help individuals, couples and families regain their sense of direction in life.
Samaritan Family Wellness is a non-profit that is committed to serving all who need our services. Please take a look at our website and learn about the different ways Samaritan Family Wellness can support and empower the families in your community.
Weekly Words of WellnessOctober 31, 2014 | The Rev. Dr. Scott Stoner
A Weekend of Celebrations, Both Sacred and SecularToday is Halloween and celebrations will be taking place across the world this weekend to honor this occasion. Some of the celebrations will have secular focus, while other celebrations will have a sacred focus, and still others will be a wonderful combination of both. This unique combination of secular and sacred celebrations is due to the fact that Halloween is always celebrated one day before All Saints Day (November 1) and two days before All Souls Day (November 2), both important holy days in the Christian faith. Another name for All Saints Day is All Hallows, and so the evening before All Hallows came be known as Hallows Eve, w... READ MORE
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