The Family Focus Guide helps families and individuals, in and around the Fayetteville area, find resources in our community.
If you have a service focused organization that serves families in the Fayetteville, Cumberland County area and would like to be listed, please email us at email@example.com.
Agency pairs a mentor with an at-risk youth for one on one time.
Provide therapy and self-help groups on a variety of mental health needs. Specialize in mood disorders, behavior concerns at home and school. We also offer counseling on domestic violence and parenting children with Mental health needs.
Provides teens ages 11-18 who are first-time offenders an alternative sentencing opportunity to repay society for their offenses. Teenagers serve as clerks, bailiffs, and attorneys. Judges and trained attorneys serve as the Teen Court judges. Volunteer positions for Adults and Young Adults.
Two halfway houses, and one 3/4 house, that provide assistance to alcoholics and drug- and chemical-dependent men. Accommodations for 24 people at the halfway houses and 7 at the 3/4 house. Assists with finding work and general recovery. Works with ESC and local businesses; offers vocational rehabilitation services. Accepts donations of cash, commodities, food, clothing, appliances, and furniture. Will try to arrange pickup of large items. A thrift Store is located on 1418 Clinton Rd. Counseling handled through CC Mental Health and the VA Medical Center.
Provide help to children and adolescents who suffer from unstable homes, conduct disorders, adjustment problems, severe mood swings, school problems, defiance issues, frequent rage outbursts, isolation, attention deficit disorder, depression, and all other behavioral problems that may be affecting your troubled youth.
Provides services to strengthen and facilitate the educational process by identifying, modifying, and removing barriers to learning with a focus on the areas of: homelessness, child abuse and neglect, academic and behavior concerns, attendance, health concerns, substance abuse, family violence, mental health concerns, and family crisis.
Provides teens ages 11-18 who are first time offenders an alternative sentencing opportunity to repay society for their offenses. Teenagers serve as clerks, bailiffs and attorneys. Judges and trained attorneys serve as the Teen Court Judges. Volunteer positions for Adults and Young Adults.
A comprehensive behavioral health care continuum providing a full range of inpatient and outpatient psychiatric treatment, including evaluations, medical management, and group, family and individual therapy. Substance abuse treatment is also available.
The S.A.L.T. Project exists to reduce the footprint of trauma on individuals and communities who have experienced or are still going through crisis. We are Sowing A Legacy Together of G.R.A.C.E. and healing as we provide psychotherapy treatment to people in crisis, develop the next generation of therapists and supervisors, and supply practical support to under-resourced communities around the world. We believe that everybody should have access to quality mental health care. That is why the S.A.L.T. Project sets fees for therapy based on a sliding scale. Fees are adjusted to the needs of each client based on their income and the size of their household, and can go as low as $5 per session. In some cases, when even a minimum fee may be too much, we also offer counseling free of charge.