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Family Counseling Services

Family Counseling Services is a private, non-profit organization offering professional counseling and prevention services. Mental health and chemical dependency counseling programs are available for youth, adults and families who are experiencing emotional, personal, and alcohol or drug-related problems. Services are available at multiple locations in Cortland and Madison counties and through our school-based counseling programs.

Family Counseling employs a staff of professional counselors and consulting medical personnel with diverse training and experience. It is our goal to provide superior, confidential services for the well-being of each of our clients.

Our Cortland Prevention Resources division offers prevention education and services, mentoring and other programs for youth, adults, families, professionals and educators. The LGBT Resource Center is located at the Prevention offices and offers information, resources and social activities.

 

Recent News

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Walkers Raises Awareness about Mental Health Issues

Over 100 people participated in the Cortland Mental Health Awareness Walk to help raise awareness about mental health issues. Wearing their newly designed green t-shirts, the line of people made its way through the City of Cortland, including a loop … Continued

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Mothers and Daughters Enjoy Special Day

It’s not easy growing up. It is a challenging time for 5th and 6th grade girls…and their parents as well. At the recent Mother-Daughter Retreat on Growing Up, both moms and daughters enjoyed activities that helped them strengthen their communication … Continued

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C-S photo from LGBT Prom story

Moravia Alliance Hosts LGBTQ Prom

        On May 20, The Moravia Alliance sponsored an LGBTQ prom that provided an opportunity for youth from the region to “be themselves.” Promoted as a “judge-free zone,” the event was a tremendous success. The following story … Continued

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