We Care

At Niner United our staff and leaders are available to provide support when life becomes challenging.

Niner United Leaders Care

If you or someone you know is in need of care, please contact our offices at 704-659-1455. You can call and leave a voicemail, or text us. If it is important, but not urgent, you can email us at leader@ninerunited.org. Let us know as much as possible so we can best help you. We are eager to help students, faculty, and staff to discover every resource that may be helpful in your your spiritual journey.

Community Resources
  • Presbyterian Psychological Services of Charlotte has therapists who accept Aetna, BCBS, CBHA, Cigna, and UHC.  They also offer income-based sliding scale fees.  For individual for whom the sliding scale still may be too challenging, they have low cost psychotherapy available with a UNCC Mental Health Counseling intern who is supervised. In addition to general psychotherapy, they have specialties in Post-Acute Alcohol & Drug Recovery, LGBTQ Mental Health Services, and Trauma Recovery Services. They are a trauma-informed organization.
  • Sanctuary Counseling Group is dedicated to the healing of heart, mind, and soul, we provide excellent emotional, spiritual, and relational health care to all people of the Carolinas. Sanctuary Counseling Group has counselors and therapist located all over the region and uses a need-based scale to charge clients if they do not have a viable insurance option. The group also has the Samaritan Client Assistance Fund to assit with those who are in desperate need.
Destructive Religious Groups

Members of destructive cults make it their business to “run into” potential recruits on a campus in students’ natural surroundings. Any combination of the following signs may indicate cult involvement: If you are approached, remember that you have the right to say “no” and to refuse all invitations and overtures. Do not try to debate with cult members or recruits. It’s never productive, since they have decided in advance that anyone outside their group is wrong, sinful, or an enemy. Exercise good judgment and be careful with groups which are suspiciously vague about their affiliation and purposes. Remember that it is characteristic of destructive cults to use “front” names for their organizations, publications, and group residences, so their identities are not always immediately apparent.