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4 March, 2024.

March eNewsletter

A note from our Executive Director

Spring is in the air

March is a point when we begin to see the bright hope that is Spring. The air smells different, the sun starts to hold some warmth, and our focus shifts to dreaming about gardens, days on the lake, hikes, and camp fires.

This March, The Family Counseling Center is focused on new beginnings and great opportunities. We are welcoming our new Senior Director of Behavioral Health, Rachel Van Avery. Rachel is joining us with decades of experience in healthcare, organization of large teams, and dedication to her community.

We are also celebrating the opening of our Drop-In Center at TFCC. Opened in January, the Drop-In Center offers in-the-moment care for anyone seeking assistance. We have been amazed by the number of folks who have walked through the Center’s doors and we are thankful that we are now able to support those looking for our services the same day they ask.

I’m excited to say that more details on both of these new beginnings will be coming out in a few weeks.

I’d also like to extend a heartfelt thank you to everyone who donated to our recent appeal. Your financial support carries with it the ability to care for children, individuals, and families who are looking for assistance as they navigate the road of mental and behavioral health. Your donation has a lasting, direct impact in the lives and futures of our community.

Thank you, as always, for your continued support of The Family Counseling Center. Your advocacy, donations, and belief in our mission mean the world not only to me, but to our community as a whole.

Donate today here.

Best wishes,

Michael Countryman

Curious about joining our team?

At The Family Counseling Center, we understand that you aren’t just an employee – you have a need for balance and well-being at home and at work. That’s why we are dedicated to fostering a culture of care that not only values the exceptional work our team does but also prioritizes personal fulfillment, happiness, and growth.

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Spotlight: Mobile Crisis Unit

The Family Counseling Center is highlighting the work of its Mobile Crisis Unit, a service provided to Fulton County schools when children are expressing moments of extreme crisis – from suicidal thoughts to aggressive behavior that puts either the child or others at risk. In 2023, the Unit worked with 159 children. From September 2023 to February 2024, the Unit has worked with over 65. This continues a trend seen nationally as children learn to adjust to the school environment after the pandemic.

Read more here.