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Cornerstone Family Services Group

Phone: (919) 404-8599 | CornerStone FamilyServices Group serves clients through a person-centered service system focused on recovery and integrating substance abuse and behavioral health to improve health outcomes. Person-centered means that providers listen to the person receiving care, help the person understand their choices, and always affirm that people can be in control of their own lives and recovery. Services include individual, group, and family therapy, play therapy, art therapy, anger management programs, cognitive behavioral therapy, in home intensive therapy, conflict resolution and problem solving skills, stress management and self-esteem building, and more.

New Leaf Behavioral Health

Phone: (919) 781-8370 | New Leaf Behavioral Health is non-profit community mental health organization providing affordable and effective mental health services. Individual counseling can cover issues such as depression, relationship problems, anxiety, anger management, stress management, career adjustments, crisis and trauma, divorce and family issues, eating disorders, and more. Additionally, family, couples, and group therapy are provided. Children and adolescents are also served.

Pfeiffer's Marriage and Family Therapy Clinics

Phone: (919) 941-2900 | Pfeiffer Institute for Marriage and Family Therapy (PIMFT) and Pfeiffer Institute Reach are therapy clinics established to provide training opportunities for master's level graduate students in the Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) Program at Pfeiffer University. Therapist interns provide direct services for individuals, couples, families, and groups. Therapy services are provided for depression and anxiety, grief counseling, work and career issues, stress management, life transitions, and more.

Katherine Barr

Phone: 438-875-3494 | Email: | En tant que Thérapeute en Relation d’aide par l’ANDC je suis spécialiste de la relation à soi et aux autres. J’offre de la thérapie individuelle, de la thérapie de couple par l’ANDC , des ateliers et des conférences , ainsi que de la régulation et du coaching pour les thérapeutes et personne en position d’autorité. Je crois fondamentalement que chacun porte en soi les réponses à ses questions ainsi que les ressources nécessaires pour créer son bonheur. C’est donc avec tout mon cœur, mes années d’expériences et ma grande confiance en vous que je serai là pour vous accompagner dans ce chemin vers plus d’acceptation de vous, plus de pouvoir sur vos besoins et plus de bonheur relationnel.

Divan Bleu

Phone: (438) 230-4009 | Email: | Clinic offering individual therapy, couples therapy, therapy for teens and children, spiritual and energetic guidance, sex therapy, and polyamory and non-conventional relationship therapy.

Couple and Family Therapy Montreal

Text: (514) 525-0947 | Email: | Each of our couple therapists and counsellors have specialized training working with couples. We have art therapists and teen counsellors who are great at connecting with teens and a deeply compassionate parenting coach who helps parents get to the root of the problem. When parenting coaching is not addressing the problem, we now offer play therapy with children, in close collaboration with parents. Finally, we have a money coach who specializes in working with couples!

NDG Therapy

Contact: bottom of website | My psychotherapy practice supports women and their partners before, during, and after the birth of a baby. I also offer bereavement support in the event of a perinatal loss whether due to abortion, miscarriage, stillbirth, pregnancy interruption and neonatal death (up to 12 months of age), and for couples dealing with fertility issues. ​ I treat perinatal and postpartum mood and anxiety disorders, and offer support groups for postpartum women (ABC - After Baby Comes Support Group), pregnancy after loss (A Different Pregnancy Support Group), and a prenatal workshop on the transition to parenting (Partnering in Parenting).

American Indian Health and Family Services of Southeast Michigan

Phone: (313) 846-3718 | American Indian Health & Family Services is a health center whose mission is to empower and enhance the physical, spiritual, emotional, and mental wellbeing of American Indian/Alaska Native individuals, families and other underserved populations through culturally grounded health and family services. The Behavioral Health Department employs highly trained and experienced therapists as well as graduate students in training who are committed to assisting community members in finding solutions to a variety of problems. Services offered include individual, group, family, couples counseling, suicide screenings, grief counseling, outpatient substance abuse treatment, and more.

Starfish Family Services

Phone: (734) 261-1842 | Starfish Family Services helps vulnerable children and families in metropolitan Detroit. Behavioral health services are offered by mental health professionals who specialize in assessing and treating a variety of emotional, behavioral and developmental difficulties. Counselors work with children, teens, adults and entire families. Issues covered can include divorce/separation, relationship or marital issues, parenting issues, anger management, grief and loss, trauma, abuse, difficult transitions, postpartum depression, suicidal thoughts, eating disorders, chronic pain, and more.

Chicanos Latinos Unidos Services

Phone: (612) 746-3500 | CLUES (Spanish for: Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio) is a linguistically and culturally relevant resource and service organization, with programs and services to connect individuals and families to resources, skills, institutions, and systems. Services focus on the Latino family, but also serve individuals and families from all walks of life including new immigrants and low-income families who dream of a better future. Behavioral health services offered are outpatient individual, couples and family counseling, group therapy, addiction-focused treatment groups, children's services and support, parenting assessments, psychological testing, mental health assessments, and education and presentations on behavioral health topics. Spanish-speaking services are provided.

REVIVE Therapy and Healing

Phone: (832) 301-9160 | REVIVE therapy & healing is a private therapy practice dedicated to providing specialized counseling and psychotherapy services. All of our therapists have demonstrated excellence in their area of specialty and are dedicated to maintaining ongoing distinction and merit in their field. Here at REVIVE, we believe in the power of multidisciplinary care when needed. We meet regularly to consult on cases to ensure our clients are receiving top-notch care. Currently, REVIVE therapy & healing consists of therapists who are experts in sex therapy, relationship therapy, couples therapy, child and adolescent therapy, and trauma.

Malaty Therapy

Phone: (713) 628-3966 | Malaty Therapy provides safe counseling for teens and young adults living in Houston and beyond.

Hope Clinic

Phone: (713) 773-0803 | Hope Clinic began as a volunteer clinic which was created by The Asian American Health Coalition. Hope provides counseling services to both children and adults and provides services in 30 different languages, some of the most common including Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Korean, Burmese, Arabic, and Spanish.

Vecino Health Centers

Phone: (713) 674-3326 | Vecino Health Centers offers low cost counseling services in English and Spanish to members of the Houston community. The clinic in Denver Harbor treats both children and adults, and offers individual, group, family, and couples therapy. Some of the conditions that therapists are trained to help clients with include depression, mood swings, managing anxiety, substance abuse, and grief and trauma.

Fuller Life West

Phone: (855) 245-5433 | Fuller Life provide in-depth relational therapy for a diverse population of clients in the Houston area. Counseling is available to children, teens, and adults. Individual, marriage, family, kids and teens counseling is offered to clients. Some specific challenges that Fuller Life can help with include anxiety, depression, anger and stress management, personal growth, eating disorders, addiction, abuse, financial struggles, grief and loss, suicidal thoughts, and self-harm. Each therapist on staff specializes in different areas to provide more tailored treatment to the individual.

Family Violence Prevention Center

Phone: (937) 376-8526 | The mission of the Family Violence Prevention Center is to reduce family and relationship violence and its impact in Greene County through prevention, intervention, safe-housing and collaborative community programs.

Emerald Psychiatry & TMS Center

Phone: (614) 565-7075 | At Emerald Psychiatry we believe patients deserve access to real time mental health care! We treat patients 13 years of age and older with mental health needs related to anxiety, depression, PTSD, OCD, and more.

Beckett Springs

Phone: (513) 942-9500 | We’re here to support your journey of recovery from mental health & addiction challenges.

Assessment & Counseling Clinic @ Texas State University

Phone: (512) 245-8349 | The Assessment & Counseling Clinic (ACC) serves to meet the mental health needs of persons in the university, San Marcos and Hays County communities. Located on the first floor of the Education Building on the Texas State campus, the ACC is a resource for people who are, or may be, in need of counseling. The ACC offers counseling for a variety of concerns to couples, families and individuals ages 3 and older. Counseling at the ACC is provided by Master's level interns who are pursuing a graduate degree in Counseling. All interns are supervised by professors in the Professional Counseling Program.

Integral Care

Phone: (512) 472-4357 | Integral Care clients should be prepared to show proof of insurance, and monthly fees for services are based on a client's income and family size. In addition to providing one-on-one mental health support for people experiencing a mental health crisis, Integral Care also has programs for helping people recover from drug and alcohol use.

Capital Area Counseling

Phone: (512) 302-1000 | There are no limits on the number of sessions at CAC. Pricing is based on self-reported income, but CAC's group therapy classes – including mindfulness skills, grief support, and healthy coping mechanisms – carry a $5-per-session fee. All CAC services are delivered by volunteer post-graduate counselors acquiring hours toward licensure, pre-graduate counselors, or licensed professionals. Clients who require medication in addition to counseling are referred to a prescribing physician. Insurance not accepted.

Center for Counseling and Family Therapy

Phone: (314) 977-2505 | The Center for Counseling and Family Therapy provides affordable counseling and outreach services to empower people to face life's tasks with confidence. Counseling services are available to anyone in need within the Saint Louis University community and throughout the metropolitan St. Louis area.


Phone: (636) 931-2700 | Several Jefferson County and South County locations. Substance abuse treatment services, psychiatric services, individual and group therapy, special programs for domestic violence, and 24 hour crisis services. Physical and mental health.

Community Psychological Service

Phone: (314) 516-5824 | The Community Psychological Service (CPS) is a not-for-profit outpatient mental health center at the University of Missouri-St. Louis that provides psychological services to residents and organizations across the St. Louis metropolitan area. Since 1977, our staff have striven to promote excellence in the psychological treatment and evaluation services we provide to the community. CPS offers high-quality behavioral health services based on the most recent scientific advances in mental health.

Casa de Salud Mental Health Collaborative

Phone: (314) 977-1250 | Clinical and mental health care to the uninsured, with a special focus on the immigrant community. The Mental Health Collaborative features low-cost counseling services, provided by a variety of on-site partners. Therapists work with adults, children, individuals, couples, families, and groups of all languages.

Regis Center for Counseling and Family Therapy

Phone: (303) 964.5786 | Email: | The Regis Center for Counseling and Family Therapy offers in-person low to no-cost counseling services for members of our surrounding community and teletherapy to anyone in Colorado. As a client at the Center for Counseling and Family Therapy, you will develop an authentic and growth-oriented relationship with your therapist, while growing your own base of life skills derived from the latest research and best practices offered in the field.

Mental Health America of Colorado

Phone: (720) 208-2220 | Mental Health America of Colorado provides short-term, free mental health services to low-income children and their families, older adults, and people who are homeless.

Asian Pacific Development Center

Phone: (303) 923-2920 | The Asian Pacific Development Center provides psychotherapy and counseling services for individuals, couples, families, and groups. Psychological evaluations, psychiatric medication evaluations and monitoring, case management services, and senior outreach are also offered. These services, as well as mental health consultation and education activities, are provided by clinical staff in Hmong, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Laotian, Mandarin, Cantonese, Taiwanese, Thai, Vietnamese, and English.

Latino Behavioral Health Services

Phone: (801) 935-4447 | LBHS is a nonprofit, grassroots organization created to minimize the disparities in access to mental health services among the underserved Latino population

Valley Behavioral Health

Phone: (888) 949-4864 | Valley Behavioral Health is a network of clinics providing treatment for behavioral conditions, addictions, psychiatric conditions, autism and other chronic health conditions. Chronic lifelong conditions as well as temporary conditions triggered by traumatic life events are treated. Programs are tailored to people of all ages and every social, cultural and economic situation. Treatments and services include diagnostic evaluation, individual, family and group therapy/counseling, medication evaluation and management, skills training, case management, peer services and crisis intervention. Providing individual and group therapy and case management services for those 55 and older who have a mental illness. Older adult services are provided through individual therapy, group therapy, and case management services.

NAMI Valley of the Sun

Phone: (602) 244-8166 | NAMI Valley of the Sun is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with mental illness and their families through support, education, & advocacy.

Open Hearts Family Wellness

Phone: (602) 285-5550 | Open Hearts Family Wellness provides integrated mental health and wellness services.

Jewish Family & Children's Service

Phone: (602) 353-0703 | JFCS touches the lives of thousands of children, teens, and adults coping with trauma, family violence, mental illness, and substance abuse, as well as other serious behavioral, physical, and social obstacles. A safe space is offered to provide attentive, compassionate, and confidential care. Counseling and behavioral health programs are provided. Specifically, for older adults, senior programs are designed to enrich the lives of elderly family members through social activities, in-home counseling and support, and classes that encourage creative expression. Counseling is also provided to adults, teens, and children.

Family Service Agency

Phone: 602.264.9891 | Family Service Agency is an out-patient behavioral health clinic that provides general and intensive services in both individual and group treatment settings. In addition, family treatment, relapse prevention, medication and psychiatric evaluations are provided. Substance abuse treatment is offered in individual, group, and intensive modalities. All staff are licensed counselors, social workers, or nurse practitioners. Counselors are equipped to help older adults with issues such as family conflict & related issues, depression, trauma, grief, relationships, and more.

Valle del Sol

Phone: (602) 258-6797 | Valle del Sol was founded in 1970 to fill a gap in behavioral health and social services available to the Latino community and underserved populations with nowhere else to turn. Valle del Sol offers a wide array of services, provided directly to youth and families in their homes, schools, and communities. Services include individual, family & group counseling, anger & stress management groups, behavior coaching, dialectic behavior therapy (DBT), art therapy, and more. Adult services are also provided, including for concerns such as anxiety, trauma, loss, illness and depression. The individualized outpatient services are provided by experienced therapists and offer real solutions at every stage of life. Substance abuse treatment is also provided. Services can be in Spanish.

Deer Valley Counseling

(602) 750-8051 | At the Phoenix office of Deer Valley, clinicians provide marriage counseling, anger management, and counseling for such issues as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, children, troubled teens, and sexual addiction. Deer Valley counselors can also help with issues that transgender folks may face, such as opposition and lack of empathy from family of origin, social anxiety, intimacy concerns, HRT or gender reassignment surgery concerns, depression, anger, and more. Counselors are trained to help LGBTQ clients with issues such as relationship problems, anxiety, sexual issues, grief, addiction, and more.

Arizona State University (ASU) Clinical Psychology Center

Phone: (480) 965-7296 | The ASU Clinical Psychology Center was established in 1959 as an outpatient clinic and training facility for doctoral students in clinical psychology. The mission of the Clinical Psychology Center (CPC) is to provide outstanding service to clients using evidence-based best practices. Individual therapy is provided, as are group therapy, evaluations and assessments, and BASICS alcohol intervention. Therapy is available to children, adolescents and adults and is provided for a broad range of problems including anxiety, depression, family problems, stress, child behavior problems, relationship problems, anger issues, ADHD, sleeping disorders, and adjustment to chronic health problems.

Pacific Lutheran University Couple and Family Therapy Center

Phone: (253) 535-8782 | At the CFTC, we offer affordable, high-quality therapy to individuals, couples, and families.

Atlantic Street Center

Phone: (206) 329-2050 | Atlantic Street Center is a non-profit social service agency providing services to children, youth, and their families. They help families and communities raise healthy, successful children and youth through direct services and advocacy for social justice and equity. Services include education, family support, and behavioral health counseling to the low-income minority populations of King and Pierce Counties. Clients come primarily from communities of color including African Americans, immigrants, and refugees, with the vast majority classified as low- and very low-income.

Valley Cities Active Military and Veterans Services

24/7 Crisis Line: (206) 461-3222 | Phone: 253.833.7444 | Valley Cities Behavioral Health Care provides caring, compassionate treatment, recovery, and support services to people struggling with substance use and mental health challenges. Staff are available to help veterans navigate through relevant resources, including for housing, financial benefits, medical benefits, employment, upgrading discharge, education or other specific issues. Navy veterans Bob Wilson and Starr Lehnus also provide military and culturally sensitive therapy to veterans. Clients who have served in any branch of the United States Military regardless of discharge are eligible. Current spouses or dependent children may also be eligible.

Ukrainian Community Center

Phone: (425) 430-8229 | The Ukrainian Community Center of Washington (UCCW) is a nonprofit focused on helping Eastern European refugees and immigrants predominantly from the former Soviet Union overcome language, cultural, educational and social barriers. UCCW offers behavioral health services with a collaborative and family-oriented emphasis. Family counseling is provided, as well as individual counseling, which is still viewed within the context of the whole family. The staff is made up of professional bilingual and bicultural Behavioral Health Counselors, who are trained to overcome the barriers and obstacles that confront clients. Services are provided in English, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian, and Belarusian.

Asian Counseling and Referral Service

Phone: (206) 695-7511 | Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) provides community-based multilingual and multicultural services to Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and other underserved communities - including immigrants, refugees, and American-born. ACRS offers culturally, linguistically and clinically competent counseling services to individuals, couples and families through culturally specific and individualized mental health counseling.

Mend Seattle

Phone: (206) 660-4396 | Mend Seattle provides quality, low-cost mental health counseling to individuals, couples and groups. The clinic values understanding critical social theory and an anti-oppressive lens to inform their approach towards therapy, counseling, and supporting human transformation. The emphasis is on serving the QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Community. The staff is made up of a team of interning and licensed therapists.

Cancer Support Community Greater CIncinnati-Northern Kentucky

Phone: (513) 791-4060 | Email: | CSC uplifts and strengthens people impacted by cancer by providing support, fostering compassionate communities, and breaking down barriers to care.

William Temple House

Phone: (503) 226-3021 | For more than 50 years, William Temple House has been a leader in providing accessible counseling. We offer one of the most affordable mental health services in Portland, with pay-what-you-can fees ranging from $0 to $80 per session. Our counseling sessions are provided by graduate-student interns who are in the process of completing their Masters degrees, and in some cases by volunteers who are licensed or pre-licensed therapists. All counseling sessions are offered by appointment. We offer telehealth and in-person sessions based on client preference. We do not provide emergency or crisis counseling services.

Portland Elder Counseling

Phone: (503) 616-6862 | Portland Elder Counseling is made up of professionals in the field of counseling and support services for older adults. The mission is simple: to help seniors remain in their home and independent for as long as possible, to live free of depression, anxiety, and anticipatory grief, and for caregivers of older persons to be supported. Services include counseling, case management, in-home assessments and family mediation. Counseling for older adults focus on any number of changes associated with aging, including illness, chronic pain, grief, loss, role transitions (such as career changes and retirement), isolation, distances from family.

Northwest Family Services

Phone: (503) 546-6377 | Northwest Family Services supports family stability, child well-being, and victims of a crime by focusing on the social determinants of health. Through evidence-based and best practice strategies, Northwest Family Services offers a wide range of youth programs and services, including case management, and alcohol and drug prevention. Northwest Family Services offers individual, couple, and family counseling as well as educational seminars and classes on a variety of topics. Counseling can help with depression, anxiety, grief, parenting, communication skills, trauma, eating disorders, anger management, relationship stress, and more. These services are available in English and Spanish.

Portland Processwork Clinic

Phone: (503) 321-5002 | Portland Processwork Clinic welcomes diverse individuals who are looking for support to resolve conflicts, find meaning, and deepen or work with feelings and problems. The clinic offers affordable, confidential counseling and personal growth services for individuals, couples, families and groups. Portland Processwork Clinic offers services to all people regardless of age, race, cultural background, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical or mental abilities. Integrating dream work, movement, body symptoms, relationship, and community issues, Portland Processwork counselors offer transformative ways to work on personal growth, relationship conflicts and inner disturbances. Therapists are experienced in supporting people with sexuality and gender concerns, relationship and family issues, emotional distress, feeling low and helpless, grief and loss, eating issues, self esteem, discovering meaning in difficulties, abuse, and more.

Pacific Psychology & Comprehensive Health Clinic

Phone: (503) 352-2400 | Pacific Psychology & Comprehensive Health Clinic provides affordable and accessible outpatient assessment, therapy, and primary care services to children, adults, couples and families. Comprehensive psycho-educational and neuropsychological assessments are provided for a variety of academic, attention, medical and emotional difficulties including learning disabilities, ADHD, PTSD evaluations, and more. Counseling and therapy services are also provided based on an evidence-based treatment philosophy.

The PSU Community Counseling Clinic

Phone: (503) 725-4620 | The Counselor Education Program at Portland State University's Graduate School of Education operates a Community Counseling Clinic that gives counseling students experience working with clients, while offering the community low-cost counseling services. The counselors working in the clinic are practicum students supervised by interns and faculty. The clinic does not offer medication services or help during a mental health crisis. The clinic provides individual, couple, and family counseling to community members, students, families, and others at affordable rates.

Central Clinic

Phone: (513) 558-8888 | Central Clinic Behavioral Health provides training opportunities for psychiatric residents from the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Cincinnati's College of Medicine. Clinical counseling and assessment are provided to assist individuals experiencing life crisis and/or serious mental illness. Individual, couples, family, group therapy are provided, as well as psychological testing, case management, and psychiatric medication services. Counseling is also provided for children. In addition, services are provided to Spanish speaking children and families.

Embrace Recovery & Wellness Center

Phone: (513) 648-9596 | Email: | Embrace Recovery and Wellness Center (ERWC) offers counseling and wellness services to adolescents (12+) and adults that are designed to treat the whole person - not just the symptoms. Individual, couples, family and group therapy are provided. Embrace Recovery and Wellness Center honors and celebrates all individuals and families within the LGBTQIA community, and create a safe and non-judgmental space for anyone within this community. LGBTQIA Affirmative Therapists do not attempt to eliminate or change any gender or sexual related activity. Conversely, LGBTQIA Affirmative Therapists (Gender & Sexual Identity Affirming) work collaboratively to meet individual goals while embracing and celebrating unique identities. Therapists working with gender and sexual minorities have specialized trainings, certifications, and experience working with LGBTQ+ clients.

Peaceful Paths

The certified domestic abuse network that serves survivors of domestic violence in Alachua, Bradford, and Union counties. Peaceful Paths provides a wide range of services including emergency shelter, transitional housing, crisis hotline, victim advocacy, children’s programming, education and training, counseling and support groups, community awareness and intervention, violence prevention programs, and batterer’s intervention programming. Peaceful Paths is a member of the Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence (FCADV).

NAMI Gainesville

The families and members of NAMI Gainesville are here to help! We offer understanding to anyone concerned about mental illnesses and the treatment of mental illness.

The Pride Community Center of North Central Florida (PCCNCF)

The Pride Community Center of North Central Florida (PCCNCF) is a safe space for the LGBTQ+ Community in North Central Florida. Phone: (352) 377-8915

Panhandle Therapy Center

Panhandle Therapy Center is an outpatient provider of behavioral, emotional/mental health and substance abuse counseling services located in Blountstown, FL. Our team of experts utilizes a holistic approach to assist individuals, their families and the communities in which they live. We serve all age groups from children to senior adults from varying backgrounds and walks of life.

Gulf Coast Children's Advocacy Center

To enhance the quality of life for survivors of child abuse and sexual violence in our community by providing evidence-based, trauma-specific, specialized treatment. The Gulf Coast Children’s Advocacy Center’s Trauma Therapy Treatment Teams provides specialized, empirically supported, evidence-based therapy to survivors of child abuse and sexual violence and their non-offending family members.

CDS Family & Behavioral Health Services

"Empowering Youth & Building Strong Families for a Brighter Tomorrow." Phone: (352) 244-0628


Meridian is committed to meeting the mental health needs in our communities. They offer in-person and telehealth appointments. Phone: 352-374-5600

Life Management Center

Offers Individual, group, and family therapy, Suicide Prevention, Depression Services, and EPIC Recovery, along with child, adolescent, and adult mental health. Call the 24-Hour Crisis Line at 850-522-4485 or toll-free at 888-785-8750

Trans Lifeline

Trans lifeline provides trans peer support for our community that’s been divested from police since day one. We’re run by and for trans people. Call 877-565-8860

Simply Healthy Minds

Offers resources for kids, teens, parents, and communities to help provide mental health resources for children who experience anxiety, stress, depression, grief, and substance abuse. For more information, email

PFLAG Long Island

Monthly meeting - PFLAG Long Island is a part of a national organization of parents, families, friends and allies united with the LGBTQ community to move equality forward. Our meetings include lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning persons, as well as parents, allies and friends who all share their experiences. We provide an opportunity for dialogue about sexual orientation and gender orientation, in a friendly, confidential and supportive environment.

Pride for Youth (PFY)

24/7 Crisis Line: (516) 679-1111 | Counseling Office Phone: (516) 679-9000 ext. 16 | Counseling Office Email: | PFY is a service and an advocate for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer/questioning (LGBTQ+) individuals. Our mission is to enhance the health and wellness of the LGBTQ+ community through education, supportive services and personal development.

North Shore Relationship Center

Phone: (631) 296-1113 | Email: | North Shore Relationship Center is a group therapy practice in Port Jefferson, Long Island whose providers specialize in anxiety, relationship challenges, and working with members of the LGBTQIA+ community. They offer sessions for individuals, couples, groups, and families. Our practice meets clients where they’re at, allowing you to explore your feelings in a safe, non-judgmental environment. North Shore Relationship Center’s philosophy is driven by the belief that everyone deserves a place and space to grow and develop into the people they aspire to be.

Youth and Family Counseling Agency of Oyster Bay

Youth and Family Counseling Agency of Oyster Bay-East Norwich provides high-quality mental health and social services, with privacy and dignity, to children, adults and families in our communities. All services provided in English & Spanish.

Matthew Walker Comprehensive Health Center

Phone: (615) 327-9400 | Since 1968, we have been providing high-quality affordable care for underinsured and uninsured Middle Tennesseans. Our approach is “comprehensive”, so we focus on providing preventive and primary healthcare for the whole person and the whole family in one place.

Family & Children's Service

24/7 Crisis Line: (615) 244-7444 | Family & Children’s Service provides a variety of counseling services for individuals and families at no cost for a range of issues from depression, domestic violence, substance abuse, suicide prevention and much more.

TN Voices

Phone: (800) 670-9882 or (615) 269-7751 | Tennessee Voices for Children provides leadership, support, and services that promote voice, hope, and empowerment for the emotional and behavioral well-being of children, youth, and their families. The organization was formally organized in 1990 by Tipper Gore as a statewide coalition that worked together to promote children’s health and education services. Since its founding, Tennessee Voices for Children has progressed to become a statewide and national source of referral, support, and advocacy for families and the systems that serve them. We provide advocacy, training, family support, referral, prevention, early intervention, and in home services.

The Village Network

Phone: 1(855) 522-4886 | At The Village Network, we believe that every child and young adult deserves to be loved and nurtured in order to live a healthy, meaningful and positive life. Since 1946, we’ve been providing compassionate treatment to support the behavioral, physical and emotional health of children and families, where the needs of each child are individually assessed, and dynamic treatment plans are specifically designed to properly transition them from disruptive to permanent, stable environments.

Directions for Youth and Families

Phone: (614) 294-2661 | Directions for Youth & Families offers programs that provide community-based treatment and prevention services that emphasize commitment to the family, school, and work. Services are provided through innovative programs that are resiliency-oriented, trauma-informed and focus on the reduction of self-defeating behaviors and assisting youth, adults and families in leading positive and productive lives. Services provided include mental health assessments and counseling, sexual abuse survivors, drug and alcohol abuse, domestic violence, parenting resources, and more. Sliding scale, free to some


Phone: (888) 522.9174 | OhioGuidestone works for every person and family to reach happiness. With family services, OhioGuidestone leads children, parents, and individuals towards ways to change their situations for the better. Addiction recovery programs, support groups, medication-assisted treatment, counseling services, psychiatric services, school-based services, residential treatment services, and more, are provided. Medicaid and insurance accepted, sliding scale

Huckleberry House

Phone: (614) 294-8097 | Huckleberry House works with Central Ohio's youth and families who are dealing with some of the most difficult problems imaginable. Issues like abuse, violence, neglect, poverty, and homelessness. No matter how hopeless the situation may seem, Huckleberry House offers proven programs and committed people who know how to help young people and families take control of their lives. A crisis shelter and a transitional living program are provided. Counseling services are available to youth ages 12 to 22 and their families. Therapists help youth and families address a wide range of issues including anger, anxiety, behavioral concerns, crisis situations, depression, family conflict, parenting, school problems, stress management, trauma and PTSD, and more. Free.

Crossroads Counseling Center

Phone: (614) 263-8161 | Crossroads has served the Central Ohio community since 2002, bringing together therapists with a variety of rich educational and professional experiences. Adults, children, adolescents are served. Individual, group, marital and family therapy are provided. Bilingual services are offered—services for adults is available for those in the community whose primary language is Spanish.

OSU Couple and Family Therapy Clinic

Phone: (614) 292-3671 | The Ohio State University Couple and Family Therapy Clinic, is housed in the Department of Human Sciences, Human Development and Family Science Program in the College of Education and Human Ecology. The Clinic serves individuals, couples and families of the university and greater Columbus communities. Individual, couples, and family counseling are provided. Therapists are experienced in working with the LGBTQ community. Insurance not accepted. Sliding scale $10-$115, students pay $10

UChicago Medicine Mental and Behavioral Health Services

Phone: 1-888-824-0200 | We provide inpatient, outpatient and child and adolescent care for mental and behavioral health issues, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders, psychotic disorders, personality disorders, substance abuse and addiction and disordered eating so you can lead a productive, healthy life.

Metropolitan Family Services

Phone: (773) 371-3642 | Metro Family Services provides employment educational and domestic violence resources, in addition to their countless behavioral health services that can all be accessed for free. 7 locations on the South Side, North Side, southwest suburbs and DuPage Country

NAMI Chicago

Phone: (312) 563-0445 | Guided by the experiences of those living with mental health conditions and rooted in equity, NAMI Chicago educates to fight stigma and discrimination, fiercely advocates for our community, and shares hope, connection and expertise with people on their mental health journey.

Ellie Mental Health

Phone: (615) 882-4196 | Our mission is to make getting mental health care the norm. And while we know that going to therapy and being vulnerable with someone you just met can seem scary, we do everything we can to make each session as comfortable and fun as possible. We aim to walk along this journey with you and provide you with a safe place to talk, decompress, and heal.

Lipscomb Family Therapy Center

Phone: (615) 966-5300 | Lipscomb Family Therapy Center provides Marriage and Family Therapy. Its therapists work from a relationship-centered perspective to diagnose and treat depression, anxiety, mood disorders, and many other mental health problems while also addressing relationship concerns including couple conflict and parent-child issues. Clients who choose to pay for services using our sliding fee scale will pay anywhere between $10 and $50 for each 53-55 minute session depending on their annual income.

Primary Care and Hope Clinic

Phone: (615) 625-9390 | The Primary Care and Hope Clinic serves as a medical home for uninsured and underserved patients in Middle Tennessee, regardless of their ability to pay. Through the consistent delivery of preventative, acute, chronic and behavioral health services, the clinic ensures that patients receive the care they need to get healthy and stay healthy. The Primary Care & Hope Clinic uses an integrated behavioral health model that teams behavioral health providers with a medical provider. Private, in-house behavioral health therapy for adults, adolescents, and children is available with licensed counselors and Mental Health Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners. The health center accepts all patients regardless of their ability to pay. A sliding-fee scale discount is offered to all eligible patients, based on annual household size and income.

Davis House Child Advocacy Center

Phone: (615) 790-5900 | The mission and purpose of Davis House is to combat child abuse by coordinating services to children and families in crisis and providing community education focused on prevention and early intervention. The Counseling Program provides mental health treatment to children suffering from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder) symptoms following sexual and severe physical abuse. Severity of symptoms and best method of counseling are determined by pre-testing with age appropriate tools. Davis House employs therapists trained in both Trauma Focused - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Play Therapy. One of the therapists will conduct the initial assessment, create a treatment plan and meet with the child (and family when necessary) for counseling sessions. - Free


Phone: (615) 463-6600 | Centerstone provides mental health and substance use disorder treatment, education and support. Centerstone helps children, adolescents, adults, seniors and their families who suffer from a myriad of behavioral health challenges. A multitude of programs are designed to address the wide-range of emotional, behavioral, psychological and addiction issues that affect the individuals in our care. Centerstone's Military Services provides care for service members, veterans and family members. Centerstone exists to help individuals from all walks of life in need. This practice serves all patients regardless of inability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered depending upon family size and income.

McClendon Center

Phone: (202)-745-0073 | Email: | For over 40 years, McClendon Center has provided critical programs and services to those most vulnerable in our community — supporting and empowering them to live more independently and improve their quality of life. We employ a whole person-centered approach and provide comprehensive, wraparound services that address primary care needs, as well as a host of social issues, including: housing and food insecurity, access to quality health care, and stigma, prejudice and lack of social interaction. These include counseling, community support, housing assistance, art and movement therapy groups, and substance use counseling. There are no time limits on services offered, but we aim to work with clients so they achieve their highest degree of recovery and independence.

So Others Might Eat

Phone: 202-797-8806 |Email: | Since 1970, SOME has been a care provider and a beacon of hope to residents in our nation’s capital. Our services are available to individuals, families, senior citizens, veterans, and those affected by physical or mental illness. Every day, we strive to break the cycle of poverty and homelessness through our comprehensive Whole Person Care approach.

Mary's Center

Phone: (844)-796-2797 | Mary's Center is a nonprofit providing physical and mental health services to people of all ages, incomes, and backgrounds in the Washington, DC metro area. The Behavioral Health team takes an integrated approach by working with Mary’s Center’s medical providers to address behavioral health needs within the primary care setting. Highly-trained therapists specialize in helping people who have experienced trauma and those struggling with anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), substance abuse, and many other mental health concerns. Insurance accepted including Medicare and Medicaid. Discounts available for uninsured

Cohen Clinic

Phone: 240-847-7500 | The Cohen Clinic provides high-quality and accessible behavioral health care to veterans, their families, the families of active duty service members, and caregivers. Services are available to any person who has served in the U.S. Armed Forces, including the National Guard and Reserves, regardless of role or discharge status. Services are provided by trained and credentialed staff. Veterans and their family members are able to receive services individually and as a family unit at the same place with the same treatment team. The Cohen Clinic will also help connect veteran families to community resources and services, as necessary. Accepts insurance, sliding scale for those without

La Clínica Del Pueblo

Phone: 202-462-4788 (LCDP 15th street) | 202-507-4800 (La Casa Community Health Action Center) | La Clínica Del Pueblo is an organization that provides medical care, mental health and substance use treatment, health education, and medical interpretation and language access services for Latino immigrants in the Washington DC area. La Clínica provides bilingual, culturally competent group, individual, and couples therapy, using a trauma-informed approach and specializing in family trauma, depression, PTSD, and dual diagnoses. Sliding scale

DC Center for LGBT Community

Phone: 202-319-8541 | Email: | The DC Center for the LGBT Community provides counseling to the LGBT community in the Washington, DC metro area. Services are provided by experienced gay, lesbian and bisexual mental health professionals (licensed clinical social workers and PhD psychologists). Therapists have experience in many areas of expertise serving the LGBTQ community, including: coming out, relationship issues, social anxiety, addictions, coming out of marriage, trauma, depression, anxiety, stress, gender identity, and more. Services are provided in English or Spanish.

Community Counseling Services Center

Phone: 703-299-9148 (Alexandria Graduate Education Center) | 202-994-8645 (Foggy Bottom Campus Center) | The Community Counseling Services Center (CCSC) is staffed by George Washington University's Graduate School of Education and Human Development. They offer confidential, low-cost mental health services to community members and students in the greater Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. The two centers are clinical training facilities for graduate-level students, working under faculty supervision. The centers take referrals from school counselors, mental health and employee assistance counselors, private practitioners, and other human service professionals. Sliding scale - $1/thousand dollars of income, max of $30. $15 for college students

Boston GLASS

GLASS provides a continuum of services to LGBTQ+ youth of color and their allies in the Greater Boston and Greater Framingham areas. As a leader in LGBTQ+ youth services, we also provide education and consultation to other providers and community organizations. (We're using "LGBTQ+" to mean lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, Two-Spirit, intersex, asexual, pansexual, people living with HIV, and other sexual and gender minorities.)

Whittier Street Health Center

Phone: 617-989-3009 | Whittier Street Health Center provides a wide-range of behavioral health services and substance abuse counseling. The behavioral health department consists of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurse practitioners, social workers and licensed mental health counselors who offer individual, family, couple, and group counseling, and medication management services for all ages. A wide range of mental health issues are treated, such as depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, anxiety, ADHD, bipolar disorder, and stress related problems. Services include intake assessments, individual therapy, psychiatric assessment and medication management, group therapy, relapse prevention groups, and more. Provides for everyone regardless of ability to pay

Brookline Community Mental Health Center

Phone: 617-277-8107 | The Brookline Community Mental Health Center is an organization that offers a wide range of mental health services, including therapy for adults and children, home- and school-based counseling, crisis intervention, outreach to the homeless, and more. The bulk of the center's clients qualify as low- or moderate-income, and it provides 10,000 free or reduced-cost visits each year. The core service is one-on-one, personalized counseling and psychotherapy for children (ages 3+) and adults of every age. This care may include medication, diagnostic evaluation, or psychological or neuropsychological testing. Additional services include school-based counseling, group counseling, care management, case management, crisis intervention, and help with housing, food, and basic needs. Sliding scale

Boston Area Rape Crisis Center

Phone: 800-439-2370 | The Boston Area Rape Crisis Center empowers survivors of sexual violence to heal and provide education and advocacy for social change to prevent sexual violence. The center runs a 24/7 hotline for survivors of sexual violence ages 12 or older. The hotline is also available to survivors' friends and families, as well as other professionals. Highly trained and supervised volunteer counselors and staff support survivors of sexual violence, their families and friends, and providers through free and confidential service.

St. Francis House

Phone: 617-542-4211 | St. Francis House serves poor and homeless men and women in Boston. Basic, rehabilitative, and housing services are provided in a holistic approach to provide guests with continuous and comprehensive care. The Counseling and Mental Health Department provides services in English and Spanish, including individual and group counseling, psychiatric care, case management and substance abuse assistance. On a daily basis, Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous groups are hosted on site. There is also a Clinical and Recovery Services Department at St. Francis House, providing tools and services to help guests deal with traumas and move toward stability in all aspects of life.

The Therapy Center @ Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis

Phone: 617-277-3910 | The Therapy Center @ BGSP provides individual, couple, family and group sessions. Therapists are highly trained to see people with a wide range of emotional issues such as: anxiety, depression, addictions/substance abuse, relationship and marital difficulties, parental concerns, child & adolescent problems, work and school stress, and self-understanding. There are 30 therapists available; no waiting list. At the clinic, all therapists are psychoanalytic candidate practitioners, with social work, mental health worker, and psychologist degrees. The therapists represent a diverse population with the capacity to offer therapy in native languages, including Arabic, French, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Swedish, Spanish, Farsi/Persian, Cantonese, Mandarin, and Latvian. Consultation fee $25, sliding scale from there

Refugee and Immigrant Assistance Center

Phone: 617-238-2430 617-261-2034 (to reach the clinic after hours) | The Refugee & Immigrant Assistance Center (RIAC), formerly known as the Somali Women And Children's Association, is a community-based, non-profit, grassroots human service agency that provides comprehensive services to refugees, asylees, and immigrants as well as the larger community. RIAC's Community Counseling Services provides a a community-based mental health and social support program to serve the unique needs of refugees and immigrants. A multi-cultural and multi-lingual clinical staff has expertise in refugee and immigrant mental health issues as well as a deep understanding of the cultural needs of the populations served. Services are offered in English, Farsi, Ibo, Hausa, Swahili, Spanish, French and Somali. Some insurances accepted

TCA Counseling Group

Phone: 617-861-0370 | TCA Counseling Group offers a safe refuge where individuals, couples and families are encouraged to explore their tribulations as they succeed at leading healthier and happier lives. Specifically, the clinical team has therapists with extensive background and experience in the Queer community. Some identify as LGBTQ. Issues that can be explored in therapy for LGBTQ clients include coming out issues, dating and relationships, blended families, discrimination and homophobia, bullying, loneliness and lack of family and community support, body image issues, sexuality and sexual dysfunction, and more.

Fenway Health

Phone: 617-267-0900 | The mission of Fenway Health is to enhance the wellbeing of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and all people in the Boston neighborhoods and beyond through access to the highest quality health care, education, research and advocacy. Counselors are focused on providing confidential, compassionate, and accessible care to all. Services include psychotherapy, psychiatric care and medication management, addiction recovery and wellness programs, skill-based psychotherapy groups, longer-term support groups, and more.

Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders at Boston University

Phone: 617-353-9610 | The Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders at Boston University (BU CARD) is a research and therapy clinic clinic specializing in helping both adults and children address a range of anxiety disorders and related challenges, such as difficulties with mood, sleep, concentration, and pain. BU CARD provides assessment and therapy services in line with the highest standards for research and clinical treatment. Individuals seeking care at CARD will have the direct benefits of clinical care that is informed by previous research, and likewise will have opportunities to participate in ongoing research designed to further advance what is known about the nature and treatment of anxiety and related disorders. Sliding scale