A note from our Executive Director
Spring means a busy season
Spring has finally sprung and all of us are dreaming about summer adventures, either in our own back yards or farther afield. For the staff at The Family Counseling Center, we are looking ahead to a busy season of work and gathering.
Over the last few months, we have been working on a serious hiring push. Like so many organizations across the country, the need for mental health counselors and therapists outpaces the available staff. On May 23rd we will be hosting an open house dedicated to the Outpatient Mental Health Therapist role. Do you know someone who is looking to join our team? We have many different positions available here.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time to ask everyone to take a moment and reflect on their overall emotional wellbeing. This year’s focus is on housing stability, community support, and the effect of nature on our health. You can read more about this important advocacy month below.
As always, I cannot express enough how grateful we are to you, our partners and our donors. Your support allows us to work with 4,500 clients a year. Thank you.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
The Family Counseling Center is joining with mental health professionals from across the country to recognize and promote May as Mental Health Awareness month. First observed in 1949, the goal is to raise awareness and educate the public about strategies for attaining mental health and wellness, as well as the realities of living with mental illness.
2022 Annual Report Now Available
The Family Counseling Center is happy to share with you our 2022 Annual Report. This document is a snapshot of, and reflection on, the work our talented and dedicated staff accomplished over the last year.