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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 LGBTQ Resource Center is located at the Prevention offices and offers information, resources and social activities.

 

Recent News

FCS Named Non-Profit of the Year by Cortland Chamber of Commerce

We are thrilled to share that Family Counseling Services was recognized as the 2017 Non-Profit of the Year by the Cortland County Chamber of Commerce! Agency representatives received the honor at the Chamber’s Annual Awards Dinner held on November 9 … Continued

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The Challenges of Family Gatherings During the Holiday Season

How do I enjoy quality time with challenging family members this holiday season? We all know the scenario, you are sitting down for a holiday meal with your family, excited for the togetherness yet nervously awaiting the conversation to go … Continued

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Mary Dykeman Receives NYS DOH Commissioner’s Special Recognition Award

The NYS Department of Health recently honored staff member Mary Dykeman with the Commissioner’s Special Recognition award for her work educating youth on sexual health. Dykeman received the award at the Commissioner’s awards ceremony in Albany as part of the … Continued

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