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5 June, 2024.

June eNewsletter

A note from our Executive Director

Busy Days of Summer

Summer is an awesome time – the weather is beautiful, the sun warms us physically and emotionally, and we plan gorgeous relaxing days with family and friends…And then the reality of summer hits. Kids are out of school with nothing to do. Those relaxing get-togethers with family mean cooking, cleaning, and managing family dynamics. Work doesn’t stop either and projects are still due.

Summer is wonderful, but it can also be an extremely stressful time.

This summer, our Leadership staff, Board of Directors, and others are busy working on one of the biggest priority projects we’ve faced since the renovation project – one that will impact us in the coming years in ways we cannot even begin to imagine. The Family Counseling Center is in the process of preparing an application to become a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC). This state and nationwide recognized certification will mean that The Family Counseling Center’s impact will become even greater. Our programs will increase, our services broaden, and our ability to meet the needs of every community member will be deeper and more impactful.

We hope to share with you great news in the coming months and we will keep you updated on the process as we move forward.

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

Catch Some Live Music this Summer!

Summer brings a myriad of live music options for us…Did you know that setting up our camp chairs at a live concert can have a positive impact on our mental health? The simple act of joining together with others can bring a sense of belonging and reduce stress.

View the full story here!


Highlighting the Mental Health Needs of LGBTQ+ Youth

LGBTQ+ youth are at risk of depression, anxiety, and suicidal thoughts with 41% having seriously considering attempting suicide. This Pride Month, The Family Counseling Center is highlighting the connection between acceptance of LGBTQ+ youth and the impact that has on their mental health.

Read more here