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Depression Support

Our counseling services are completely free and anonymous. All of our professional counselors volunteer their time.  If you are seeking treatment for issues including anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, trauma, substance abuse, or if you are concerned about a loved one. Feeling overwhelmed, whether it be from relationship issues, grief and loss, or school problems, you are not alone. Getting help could be the healthiest thing you do.


Our Bullying Prevention Initiatives,” aims to mobilize learners, parents, teachers and key stakeholders in promoting a safe learning environment for quality education, and galvanize constructive community involvement in schools to curb incidents of bullying and violence. Bullying, which often leads to depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, suicide, low academic performance, absenteeism and school dropout, can have a direct impact on educational outcomes.


Parent Education & Support

Parent Education and Support Groups let parents/caregivers share the joy, pain and uncertainties that come with the parenting role with others and can help them feel more connected and more confident as caregivers. Parent Education and Support Groups also offers parents and caregivers the opportunity to learn new life skills.


Grief Counseling

Reading books about grief and loss together with a counselor. Talking about all the emotions that stem from grief. Developing strategies to deal with sadness, such as drawing, talking to a friend, looking at pictures, using therapy to help children process their loss in a healthy way.


Youth Mentors

 Our mentoring program provides youth with mentors who can develop an emotional bond, and can provide support, guidance, and opportunities to help youth succeed in life and meet their goals. Mentoring relationships can be formal or informal, but the essential components include creating caring, empathetic, consistent, and long-lasting relationships.


Individual & Family Therapy

Our family and youth therapy program is one in which a family or individual receives treatment on a one-on-one basis with a therapist. Individual therapy allows the therapist and client to focus on each other, building a rapport while working together to solve the their issue.

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