Chase Oaks is partnering with Watershed Initiative to provide FREE 30-minute assessments with a mental health professional. Watch the short clip below to see how Pastor of Counseling Ly Tran can help guide you through unresolved hurt and conflicts that could be affecting your relationships.


Everyone experiences difficult seasons, but no one should have to go it alone. We want to help.
If you have specific needs or prayer requests, please let us know. We are here for you and would love to serve you in any way we can.

Care and Support Groups

Are you facing issues or situations in life, and feeling ready to move toward healing and change? Whether the issue is divorce, breaking a habit, loss of a loved one, broken relationships, challenges in your marriage, or stress at home or work, we’ve got groups that’ll help you take steps forward.
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Illuminate is a care group for men and women who are struggling in life, whether it is failed relationship after failed relationship, a struggle with worth, or a difficult season of pain and suffering. This twelve-week group is designed to help people establish where and how they define their worth, develop emotional resiliency, establish boundaries, and resolve hurt, guilt, and shame.

If you have any questions, email Shanda at [email protected].


Ignite is a care group for marriages that are struggling. Whether they are experiencing crisis in their marriage or just seem to be struggling with communication, this is the group for them. This twelve-week group helps couples develop guidelines and tools for healthy conflict and communication all while receiving group support. Cost: $30 per couple ($15 per person).

If you have any questions, email Shanda at [email protected].

Two to One

Two to One is designed to help engaged or seriously dating couples prepare for strong, lasting marriages based on biblical principles. Couples are paired with a mentor couple for eight sessions to discuss the most essential elements of a healthy marriage. These volunteer mentor couples have been married for at least five years and possess both spiritual maturity and wisdom in their own marriages. Key topics in the structured curriculum include communication, conflict resolution, finances, intimacy, and family. Cost: $40 per couple ($20 per person)

If you're interested in joining this group, email Matt at [email protected].


DivorceCare is a 13-week class designed to help walk you through the pain and recovery of divorce or separation so that you can find wholeness again. This is a recovery program utilizing video and small-group discussion that is designed to encourage, support, and provide guidance from a biblical perspective. Trained facilitators lead discussions each week that focus on healing and recovery. New groups start each fall and spring semester. Cost: $20 per person.

If you're interested in joining this group, email Matt at [email protected].


GriefShare is a 13-week class designed to help you move toward hope, healing, and rebuilding your life after loss. Each class is led by caring, trained facilitators who understand what it means to lose a loved one. The classes utilize a video and small group discussion format, which allows class members to learn from and support one another. New groups start each fall and spring. Cost: $20 per person.

If you're interested in joining this group, email Matt at [email protected].

Forgiven and Set Free

Every abortion story is different. Some may not experience regret, while others may feel isolated by deep pain and soul-wrenching shame. But you are not alone. This 12-week study offers hope and healing with other women who have felt this hidden pain. Participation is kept private. Trained leaders guide discussion and activities to help you begin processing the emotions tied to your abortion story in light of God's grace, truth, and love for you.

If you have any questions, please contact Anita at [email protected].


We all have transitional seasons in our lives—relationally, financially, and spiritually. At Chase Oaks Church, we offer counseling options to help you experience a better life. That might mean overcoming depression or anxiety, learning to process past trauma, strengthening your relationships with others, or just understanding yourself better. We want to meet with you where you are, understand your need, and help you determine the best next steps.

To learn more about counseling options or our referral recommendations (in-person and virtual), please contact Lori Thompson at [email protected].


The Harbor (Grades 8-12)

Life is tough. Everyone needs a safe place where they can come as they are and be real with both their peers and small-group leaders. The Harbor is a refuge for students to find extra help navigating the stormy waters of school, relationships, and other rough things life throws our way. Here, students can learn healthy ways to cope with life and begin to deal with anxiety and pain through the lens of a relationship with Jesus Christ.

The Harbor meets every Tuesday from 7:00-8:30 PM. We will have both in-person and virtual small groups. For more information, contact Shanda Gunter at [email protected].


DIY Self-Care Tools

Ly Tran, Pastor of Counseling, has gathered many resources to support you during this pandemic. The resources include short videos (5-7 minutes each) as well as private Facebook Groups guided by therapists, where you can interact with more safety and privacy. We hope that these resources will help to bridge the gap of therapy as we do social distancing. You’re not alone; we’re here for you.


Losing a loved one is never easy. We want to be there for you in every way possible and come alongside of you in your time of grief. Making arrangements for a funeral or memorial service can be confusing and daunting. We are happy to help. Please contact your campus admin or call 972.783.8800 to check availability and discuss arrangements.



Marriage is a sacred institution ordained by God. It is our desire that each
 wedding ceremony be a beautiful, worshipful event. To help answer your questions regarding having a wedding ceremony at one of our facilities, please contact Matt Johnston at [email protected] or call the office at 972.783.8800.



At Chase Oaks, we don’t go it alone and choose to serve our community in partnership with others. As Collin County continues to grow, we are committed to helping to address the needs of the county’s residents by providing access to resources for families who are experiencing personal crisis. Below are some links to various partner organizations who are doing great work for the community in their specific areas of service, such as homelessness, domestic violence, medical clinics and more.

For more resources, visit
Child Abuse
Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County

2205 Los Rios Blvd., Plano, TX 75074

Children’s Shelter & Transitional Living
CITY HOUSE (Newborn-21 Years Old)

830 Central Pkwy. E., #350, Plano, TX 75074

Crisis Pregnancy Information
Real Options

1776 W. McDermott Dr., #100, Allen, TX 75013

Embrace Grace

700 W. Bedford Euless Rd., Ste. G, Hurst, TX 76053

Allen Community Outreach

(Allen residents only)
801 E. Main St., Allen, TX 75002

Assistance Center of Collin County

(Collin County residents only)
900 E. 18th St., Plano, TX 75074

A Christian Food Pantry

1116 Dobie Dr, Plano, TX 75074

Community Lifeline Center

(McKinney residents only)
1601 N. Waddill St., #102, McKinney, TX 75069

Frisco Family Services

(Frisco residents only)
8780 3rd St., Frisco, TX 75034

God’s Pantry

3420 E. 14th St., Suite #100, Plano, TX 75074

Minnie’s Food Pantry

3033 W. Parker Rd., #116, Plano, TX 75023

5 Loaves Food Pantry

4401 Williford Rd., Sachse, TX 75048

Genesis Women’s Shelter & Support

4411 Lemmon Ave., #201, Dallas, TX 75219

Hope’s Door New Beginning Center

(Collin County residents only)
860 F Avenue, #100, Plano, TX 75074

Emily’s Place

P. O. Box 860911, Plano, TX 75074

Agape Resource & Assistance Center

P.O. Box 861664, Plano, TX 75086

Shiloh Place (McKinney)

P.O. Box 2731, McKinney, TX 75070

Austin Street Centre

(No resident restrictions)
2929 Hickory St., Dallas, TX 75226

The Samaritan Inn

(No resident restrictions)
1514 N. McDonald St., McKinney, TX 75071

Union Gospel Mission (UGM):

UGM Calvert Place Men’s Shelter

3211 Irving Blvd., Dallas, TX 75247
[email protected]

UGM Center of Hope

(Women and Children’s Shelter)
4815 Cass St., Dallas, TX 75235
[email protected]

Primary Care Clinic of North Texas

(For uninsured adults)
3900 American Dr., #201, Plano, TX 75075

Watermark Urgent Care (Plano Clinic)

Mon. Tue. Thurs. — 9:00 a.m.-capacity
910 W Parker Rd. Ste. 102, Plano, TX 75075

Health Services of North Texas at Collin County Center

2540 K Ave., #500, Plano, TX 75074

Wylie Children’s Medical Clinic

303 S. Hwy 78, Wylie, TX 75098

Suicide & Crisis Center of North Texas

214.824.7020 (Office)
214.828.1000 (24/7 Crisis Line)

Watershed Initiative Counseling Services

A list of Christian Counselors can be found by visiting our counseling section.