A Message from Roy Marshall, President/CEO of CFGC
On Behalf of the children, families, staff and Board of Directors at CFGC I extend our deepest gratitude for your ongoing support. Together we help children and their families flourish. Because of you CFGC continues to IDENTIFY children and families in our service area who have unmet mental healthcare needs. We ENGAGE children and families in need of care through education and community-based services that promote mental health and wellness. And, we provide ACCESS to mental health services integrated with primary medical care to families who are alone and overwhelmed with the day-to-day challenges of managing impeding mental, behavioral and emotional issues.
Within the past 10 years CFGC has raised more than $4.4 Million towards continuing our mission and fostering community resiliency. CFGC remains uniquely qualified to identify children and families in need of mental healthcare services because of our collaborative and inclusive field-based community outreach models. We have a long history of providing care at more than 50 school sites, in families’ homes, and in partnership with social service agencies and medical providers. Our staff specialize in an array of ground-breaking, culturally sensitive services. These services integrate mental health and medical care utilizing advanced technologies, evidence-based modalities, and state-of-the-art best practices with measurable results.
To continue to be successful CFGC needs community stakeholders, inclusive open facilities, and advanced tools. Will you join us for Mental Health Awareness Month this May in our effort to showcase our mental health services and community programs?
Please consider joining us Saturday, October 28, 2023 for our annual Halloween Fest and Community Wellness Fair.
Together we foster community resiliency.
Our clients are children, youth, and young adults, from infancy to 21 years of age and their families, from diverse backgrounds and circumstances, many of whom are underserved populations, all of whom have either behavioral, emotional, and/or mental health challenges.We positively impact the lives of more than 10,000 children and families yearly, through the provision of mental health therapy services (4,000 annually) and outreach services (6,000). The majority of people served are low-income and face multiple environmental or life problems.
We envision children and families flourishing in vibrant communities.
The Child and Family Guidance Center empowers children and families to achieve health and well-being through innovative mental health services and community programs.
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