Hope may be found right in your community

If you are in need of counseling, case management or life skills education, Family Service has options to meet your needs. See below for more information on services based in the community.

Please see the Contact page to get more details. For a list of outpatient counselors, please visit the Counselors page.


Do you feel there are things you can’t handle alone? We all do. Counseling can help anyone of any age to manage daily life or handle emotional issues.

Community Counseling and Day Treatment

Your child deserves support on his own turf. Thanks to partnerships with local after-school programs, he can get just that. Therapeutic Day Treatment is a Medicaid-funded program. Community Counseling is group or individual sessions. Both are offered in after-school programs.

Intensive In-Home

The support of an in-home counselor for your child will help your family set goals so you can all get along better, and be more aware of each others’ needs. Counseling may deal with communication, daily routines, anger management, self-esteem or other issues. Intensive-In Home is a Medicaid funded program.

For more information:
Jamie Starkey, MSW, Chief Program Officer

Home-Based Therapy

If you, or someone you know, are physically immobile, counselors may be able to make home visits. Partnerships with local assisted living and care facilities allow older adults and incapacitated persons to access counseling without having to leave their place of residence.

For more information:

Case Management

Do you need support to manage day to day life? A case manager can help figure out what may be going wrong, get you connected to services, and help you take care of your family.

Parent Aide

You will be able to set goals for yourself and your family and create a more peaceful home. You may work on skills to deal with your situation, anger management, or self-esteem.

For more information:
Jamie Starkey, MSW, Chief Program Officer

Life Skills

Positive Action® Project Aim® and Teen Outreach Program®

The best chance for success comes when youth develop relationships with positive adults and get involved in the community. Youth Development Specialists work in school, after school and community settings to help youth identify strengths and build healthy decision-making skills.

Parenting groups add extra support, and teach skills you and other adults can use at home to connect with your children. Caregivers who participate experience better understanding of how their child feels, less stress, fewer acting out behaviors from their child, and overall healthier family relationships.

For more information:
Megan Alpine, Youth Development Program Manager

Family Support Services

FSRV’s Family Support Services provide peer-to-peer support, education and encouragement to those working through mental health, substance abuse and/or trauma recovery.

FSRV’s Family Support Partners help individuals with goal setting, locating resources and building recovery skills.

FSRV’s Family Support Partners are trained Certified Peer Recovery Specialists with personal, lived experience.

For more information:
Mandi Gray, MS, Resident in Counseling