Helping Build Resilience Through Connection
Mental health and strength is an important component of resilience. Between the recent violent events, COVID-19, our long periods of social isolation, job losses, trauma and other challenges, many people need help navigating these difficult times.
Families First has expanded its Behavioral Health Department with clinicians available seven days a week, via secure video or telephone, to offer individuals support when they need it most. Families First accepts most insurance and offers sliding scale payment options to those who need financial assistance, thanks to our donors.
Families First’s professional clinicians offer non-judgmental, empathetic mental health care and support for adults, children, adolescents and families. We offer individual, family, couples, and group therapy, and our team members can help tailor a plan to fit your needs.
Talk It Out
When you need someone to talk to, Families First’s licensed professional counselors and therapists are here to help, offering compassionate, non-judgemental, empathetic mental health care and support. We offer child-centered, family-focused, and adult-supporting counseling services. We can assist if you or your child feel overwhelmed or are experiencing any of the following:
- COVID-19 Stress
- Grief and Loss
- Social Isolation
Healing, Health & Hope
The Behavioral Health Services team at Families First is committed to helping our clients with a variety of mental health and emotional goals. These include (but are not limited to):
- Heal from emotional pain and trauma
- Stabilize mental health symptoms
- Develop coping skills to deal with life’s stressors
- Strengthen family and social relationships
- Achieve a greater sense of health, quality of life and wellbeing
- Build resilience for the long-haul
Impact Area Programs
Impact Area FAQ
Yes! We have expanded our hours to include nights and weekends. Our licensed counselors have appointments 7 days a week.
Families First accepts most insurance and offers free counseling and a sliding fee scale on a case-by-case basis. Don’t let financial concerns be the reason you or your loved one doesn’t get the help you need.
Families First behavioral health department offers appointments in person, by phone or via secure video link.
Have a Question?
To request a clinical appointment, or get more information, contact Families First at 404-853-2844 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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