Family And Childrens Service Of The Capital Region Inc
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 561
650 Warren Street No 1st Fl Albany NY 12208 USA
An organization committed to providing culturally relevant mental health, family support, information and referral, and education services which strengthen and empower individuals, families and community.
Capital employees assistance program has approximately 105 contracts with local employers. We offer 3 to 5 individual mental health counseling sessions to all employees as well as training workshops for the employer. Examples of in-house training workshops could be: sexual harrasment, work place violence, dealing with difficult employees, stress management, time management, valuing diversity and wellness classes, to name a few.
center for problem gambling is an oasas funded grant for individuals with gambling addiction problems. This is a treatment and recovery program which provides assessment and counseling for individuals and has group therapy sessions.
national institute of health research foundation grant. This is a suny research foundation grant which evaluates new treatment programs for problem gamblers. Individual clients participate in this research study.
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Family and Children's Services of the Capital Region has been instrumental in providing wide-spread services to the Albany and the greater Albany regions. They are committed to providing quality care through their various counseling programs, crisis services as well as many events enriching the lives of those who are fortunate enought to be affiliated with them. They have been serving those in need for nearly 200 years and survived many difficulties - this economic down-turn being the latest. It is my desire to see this organization thrive through this difficult time so that it can continue with its amazing outreach to people. Crisis Chat is one service that FCSCR is supporting which meets the needs of so many across the entire USA.
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