Support Our Future Counselors!

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Project ends on October 31, at 11:59 PM PDT
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Training future counselors!

UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who has donated!

The Fresno Family Team

Every dollar counts!

We are the "Fresno Family!" 

Fresno Family Counseling Center (FFCC) was founded in 1985 as as a community-based counseling center and outreach project sponsored by the Kremen School of Education and Human Development. FFCC has been offering therapy to the Fresno area community for over three decades while providing exceptional clinical training to graduate level counselors in Fresno State's Marriage, Family, and Child Counseling program. FFCC provides thousands of hours of low-cost counseling to underserved children and families in our community who often lack the financial resources to access traditional mental health services. Without FFCC, many in our community would go without these critical services.


The dollars raised will be used to replace the critical technology used by FFCC to provide intensive supervision and training to our graduate student counselors.  This technology is critical to the preparation of our community's future mental health professionals.  The replacement of existing technology will also assure that FFCC will continue to provide quality care for those seeking our services.  Funding will support up-grades and replacement of cameras, microphones, television monitors, recording system, and software that has become outdated and unable to be repaired. Your gifts will assure a continuation of critical mental health services in our community and support the preparation of future counselors/therapists for our Central Valley region.





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Did you know? 1 in 5 Americans struggle with their mental health.



Did you know? Poor physical health contributes to your mental health and not taking care of your mental health affects your physical health.



Did you know? Fresno Family's training model and use of technology using dual channel feedback has been recognized nationally and internationally as an innovative training approach for counselor trainees!



Did you know? With the technology used to train counselors, a patient is working with the counselor trainee in the counseling room while a licensed clinical faculty and peers are watching and providing feedback. The patient is actually receiving care from 3-4 mental health professionals!



Did you know? The Central Valley has a shortage of counselors with the average ratio of 300 patients to one counselor! With your financial support for our technology needs, we will continue to be able to meet the increasing needs for mental health professionals in our region.


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