Family Counseling Services Gilbert Arizona

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The Resource The Description Aid to Women Center 480-966-1902 2039 S. Mill Ave Tempe, AZ 85282 It offers free pregnancy tests and a large number of pregnancy and prenatal services, free. They also offer education and support to women and families with unplanned pregnancies, education abortion procedures and risks, adoption information, education on sexually transmitted diseases (STD) and abstinence, support and healing after abortion, evaluation and medical services and recommendation of services. AmeriPsych 602-728-0630 Family Services offers counseling and parenting classes, and other family support services at low cost. Arizona 2-1-1 (Community Information & Referral) 2-1-1 Provides information and recommendations to various community resources 24 hours a day / 7 days a week. Arizona Center for Responsible Fathers 602-234-3941 x28 700 West Campbell Ave, # 3 Phoenix, AZ 85013 Offers free classes for parents responsible, 1 and 2 days each week to parents over 18 years. Graduates receive a certificate gift card. It also offers free economic stability (employment assistance) and class behavior modification. Arizona Child Care Resource & Referral 800-308-9000 Provides free information on training and community resources for child care providers and community early childhood via phone or searching online. Arizona Marriage & Family Therapy Clinic 480-282-8778 6100 W. Gila Springs Place, Suite 19 Chandler, AZ 85226 Services include individual counseling, couples, premarital, family and group reduced fees (starting at $ 35/hour). Phoenix Arizona Baptist Children's Services 602-346-2300 It offers low-cost counseling ($ 40 - $ 80/sesión) to children and adults. It also offers a large selection of classes and resources for parents. First Things Benevilla & Family Resource Center 623-207-6016 Resource specialists at the Center for Family Resources offer free classes for parents, a library and other free resources for families living in the West Valley. Buckeye Outreach for Social Services (BOSS) 623-386-6365 It offers sub jobs for people employed and unemployed, job training and daily life, computer training, programs for after school, GED classes and tests, diapers and clothing bank free, free loan of medical equipment for 90 days youth and adults, drug and alcohol classes and counseling for parents and youth. It offers a communal garden with raised beds (4 x 10) available for rent at $ 50 per year. Care 1st Avondale Resource Center 623-333-2703 This location houses multiple social service agencies, each has its own eligibility criteria. Please call for details. There must be a resident of Avondale to access these services. Catholic Charities Community Services 602-285-1999 4747 N. 7th Ave Phoenix, AZ 85013 It offers a wide variety of community services, including counseling individually a sliding scale fee and free counseling on pregnancy.


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Iraq & Afghanistan War Veterans Free Counseling

2007-11-15 15:12:31 by MR19

In Hays, Travis, and Williamson counties (Texas) The Samaritan Counseling Center is offering FREE counseling for those who served in Iraq or Afghanistan and their families. We received a private grant to provide these services and we do not have a session limit. Family members that qualify include: parents, children, siblings, spouses, and partners.
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