Giving hope and changing lives

The Vine is a pastoral counseling center that promotes emotional healing with the love and grace of Christ.


About the Vine

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The Vine is an ecumenical pastoral counseling center that promotes emotional healing with the love and grace of Christ. For over twenty years the Vine has sought to facilitate healing and wholeness in human life and relationships using clinical and faith resources.

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Individual Counseling

People often find life is not going the way they planned. Life can unseat us. Healing is possible. 


Couples Counseling

A good marriage is life giving.   Hurt and pain in this relationship can be unbearable.


Family Counseling

Without fail, people hurt those who are closest to them.  Healing is worth the effort.  


Premarial Counseling

Between “Will you marry me?” and “I do”, premarital counseling helps you get established with the best possible start.  


Spiritual Direction

Our relationship with Christ is the most important relationship.   Hurts can pull us away so that we loose  connection.  


Group Work

The Vine offers a variety of groups including grief groups, women’s groups, and more.

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Branches of the Vine

The Branches of the Vine fundraising event took place at the historic Huntsville Roundhouse Depot on May 11, 2023. It was a wonderful evening with dinner, live music, dancing and more. Thank you so much for your support.

Photos from 2023 Branches

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What makes the Vine different?

The Vine accepts insurance, but also provides a sliding fee scale. The Vine’s sliding fee scale is our ministry. We are able to provide our counseling services at a fee determined by a person’s income. Our fee range is from $5 a session to $135 a session. 


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