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3 May, 2024.

May eNewsletter

A note from our Executive Director

We grow and change

At The Family Counseling Center, we’ve been thinking a lot about how our organization has grown and changed – since our founding in 1976, since the Pandemic in 2020, and since our building renovation in 2021. With each iteration, our organization has become stronger, creating deeper roots in the communities we work.

This month, we release our 2023 Annual Report. Over the last few years, we’ve taken the opportunity to share our yearly review with you and we are excited about this year’s issue. 2023 was a year of transition for us and a lot of planning happened behind the scenes. This planning is vital to the longevity and reach of our organization – but sometimes it isn’t all that visible.

In January, we were able to open the doors of our Drop-In Center, a project near and dear to many of our hearts. One of the most crucial outcomes of the Pandemic was the increased (and increasing) demand for mental healthcare. Our goal for a few years now has been to be able to see clients in need in the moment of their need. The Drop-In Center is open to all, meaning that you don’t need to be an established client and you don’t need an appointment. It is a program we are intensely proud to offer.

Thank you 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

2023 Annual Report

We are excited to share with you our most recent Annual Report. This organizational snapshot provides insight into the work we do, the people who make our services possible, and the impact we have in Fulton and Montgomery Counties.

View our 2023 Annual Report here!


The Family Counseling Center’s Domestic Violence Program Highlights Area Partnerships

The Domestic Violence Program of Fulton County, a program of The Family Counseling Center, is highlighting area partnerships they have fostered, in order to bring awareness of, and advocacy for, individuals living in unhealthy and unstable relationships.

Read more here.