The City of Santa Fe Resiliency Center is a unique partnership of the City of Santa Fe, Santa Fe Independent School District, and Gulf Coast Center. The Center evolved from the Family Assistance Center, created immediately after the tragedy at the Santa Fe High School, May 18, 2018.
On the afternoon of May 18, 2018, Aldersgate United Methodist Church opened its doors and its heart for the Santa Fe community. Since that time, we were committed to provide whatever was needed for the City of Santa Fe’s Resiliency Center for as long as the City deemed necessary.
Presently, the City of Santa Fe is in the process of transitioning the Resiliency Center, moving its mental health services and programs to other locations. As we learn more details, we will provide updates. However, decisions and schedules are being reviewed daily; so at this time, please don’t expect complete and final answers to all questions being asked.
While in transition, remember that the healing process continues, and that transition and change can be stressful. Please remember to pray for the success of the Resiliency Center, services and programs as it moves to its next phase of its operations.
We thank the congregation for its support and its help to sustain this mission. Aldersgate UMC has been honored to share our facility to house the Resiliency Center and to serve our community, our neighbors and friends in a community where we have been for 60 years. We look forward to new opportunities and ways to serve.
George Creighton, Chair
Aldersgate UMC Board of Trustees