Changing Hearts and Bringing Hope

Staff Quotes - Faith-based and our Mission
This company lives their mission.

Lifeline has a large presence in home based services (and) recognition of Lifeline throughout the state.

Lifeline’s strong commitment to the Great Commission.

I love our mission and vision!  It is communicated that we are a faith-based organization and there is no shying away from the reason we do what we do!

We have the ability to speak about Christ- the only true way to help families

We have not strayed from our mission, emphasis is put on faith and family.

Passion for excellence in service … being faith based and being proud about it.

Wonderful people work at this organization who are focused on values and beliefs.

My colleagues are strong therapists and Family Consultants are easy to work with.  My Supervising Therapist and Regional Coordinator are also very supportive and helpful. Although we are like islands, I don’t feel alone.

I am proud that we can openly discuss Jesus and our relationship with God!

Serving others is the calling at the foundation of Lifeline’s principles and practices.


Lifeline offers competitive benefit and compensation packages to retain quality staff for our programs. Below is a listing of the benefits, in general, offered by Lifeline. Specific benefits available may vary according to eligibility and will be discussed prior to actual employment.


Lifeline offers an opportunity for full-time employees to participate in a group health insurance program. 


Eligible employees will receive normal pay, up to an annual award limit, for time absent from work due to medical necessity.


Eligible employees will receive normal pay, up to an award limit, for time absent from work for vacation and personal use.


Employees may elect to use payroll deductions to make contributions to a TDA plan. Based on length of employment, the employee may be eligible for a limited matching contribution from Lifeline.


Lifeline recognizes seven holidays within the calendar year.


Lifeline has agreed to administer payroll deductions to allow employees to enroll in a number of other insurance plans. Examples of these optional plans include dental insurance, life insurance, vision and others. 


Employees may qualify for education assistance funds.


Lifeline employees providing direct services to clients receive 20 or more hours of training per year in areas such as crisis intervention and working with specific populations.


"Lifeline supports therapists through ongoing training and professional development opportunities.  I started at Lifeline as a new Master’s graduate. I have progressed from a Home-Based Therapist to a Licensed Therapist to a Supervising Therapist to the Director of our In-Home Family Counseling Program within five years.  Lifeline has encouraged me to develop all of my skills and has provided opportunities for me to use my gifts to both serve our clients and further our mission as an agency."

-Brooke Sellhorn, Director of In-Home Family Counseling 

"Lifeline has provided me the opportunity to use a wide variety of skills I have acquired  over the last 35 years in the construction and mechanical trades. I have also added skills in security systems and fire protection systems since I joined Lifeilne 7 years ago. I enjoy working here because of the variety of tasks and positive attitudes and values of co-workers."

- Mike Rethlake, Facilities Maintenance Director 

"Working at Lifeline is the best decision I have ever made for myself and my family. I have been able to grow with the company professionally and personally. The amount of opportunities Lifeline has been able to give me has been amazing and I continue to see future opportunities within Lifeline."

- Liz Day, Lead Regional Coordinator

Opportunities to Make a Difference!

Since 1968, Lifeline has been committed to providing hope to families who need it most. We have over 350 trained and qualified staff working in our programs to provide the guidance and support necessary for families to become successfully independent from the social welfare systems. Through programs like home-based services, residential treatment, and alternative education, we’re fulfilling our mission of changing hearts and bringing hope to a generation at risk. We're a place where social service careers are made and opportunities to grow both professionally and personally are available to employees at every level.

Due to Lifeline’s continuing expansion, growth opportunities are frequently available. Whether it be promotional opportunities within your program, crossing over into other departments, or even exploring international opportunities at Crosswinds’ Caribbean Mountain Academy, all employees will have the chance to explore a variety of professional options. Lifeline also offers a limited education reimbursement program.   

Nobody at Lifeline denies the challenges that arise when engaging hurting families.  Therefore, Lifeline works with employees to maintain balanced lives, particularly when it comes to scheduling. Evening work is common, but most employees also have the flexibility to plan their schedules. Lifeline encourages employees to supervise a child’s field trip, participate in community events, or simply gear down some morning at a coffee shop of your choice. 

Perhaps the greatest benefit is the opportunity to impact lives. Every day, employees interact with families on their turf. The challenges are great, but so is the opportunity to permanently alter the course of a family’s future.