Programs & Services
Counseling Clinical therapists located at FCS and other community-based locations provide low and no-cost (based on income) individual and family counseling services to those who need them most. Therapists help clients with a full range of issues from marriage and family counseling to domestic violence and substance abuse.
Family Focused Solutions helps families receiving TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) overcome barriers to self-sufficiency, allowing them to end their dependence on welfare assistance. Participants address mental health, domestic violence, substance use, child behavioral, and health issues.
SOSL (Survivors of Suicide Loss) support groups are offered at no cost to those who have lost a loved one to suicide. As many as one in four survivors of suicide will attempt suicide themselves. These groups offer the healing of shared experience in a safe environment.
The Crisis Line provides free telephone counseling and support to anyone experiencing a crisis, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Crisis counselors assist callers struggling with thoughts of suicide, grief, depression, anxiety, domestic violence, divorce, parenting problems, addiction or serious mental illness. Language translation services are available.
If you are in crisis and need help now call 615-244-7444, 24-hours-a-day.