Mental Health and Counseling
Encouraging and supporting the emotional well-being of individuals, families and our community is important to us. JFCS understands the pressure of coping with a wide range of issues and conflicts to provide a safe, private, and compassionate environment for individuals and families to receive high-quality outpatient counseling services.
JFCS Counseling supports people who are facing adversities through evidence based, trauma-informed care. Counselors provide children, youth, adults, and seniors the needed supports and interventions to recover from a traumatic event or series of events. JFCS provides these services at our campuses and at schools, homes, and other community spaces.
JFCS counseling services can be of benefit to you or your family if you are struggling with any of these life changes:
- Anger management
- Behavioral disorders
- Marital counseling
- Outpatient substance abuse
- Coping with loss
- Divorce & step-families
- Retirement transition
- Stress reduction
- Abuse survivors
- Gender equality
Read more about the Mental Health and Counseling initiative programs below.
Everyone faces challenges at different points in their lives, however there’s no need to face them alone. Our counseling program provides family, individual, couples and group counseling to people of all ages. Counseling assists in building confidence, using existing strengths and learning skills to overcome difficult situations.
VIP-ER at Salvation Army
The VIP-ER Program is a long-term, residential substance abuse program. It is a consortium of 6 agencies partnering to provide services for individuals residing at The Salvation Army struggling with substance abuse and related issues.
Adolescent Diversion and Assistance Program
Preventing and reducing involvement of youth, ages 11-17, with the juvenile justice system. Each group offered will emphasize learning new skills and behaviors that will reduce the risk of repetitive destructive behaviors. Affordable individual and family counseling is available for adolescents and families needing support.
- Domestic Violence
- Gang-Related Activity
- Substance Abuse
- Criminal Mischief/Trespass
- Generalized Violent
- Behaviors (Including Bullying)
Referrals are accepted from Juvenile Probation Officers (JPOs), School Resource Officers (SROs) and Bay Area Youth Services (BAYS)/ Juvenile Delinquency Alternative Program (JDAP).
For more information, please contact Ryan McClash at 941-549-5875 or rmcclash@JFCS-Cares.org.