Like any institution with educational programs and services for those not able to afford high-quality care independently, Council for Relationships needs philanthropic support to be sustainable. We want to continue to provide high-quality care for vulnerable populations. We cannot accomplish these goals without your support.
Read more about our programs:
Low-Fee Counseling Services: The Council’s therapy services are provided on a basis which allows access to most of its services regardless of the client’s ability to pay. Our fees are on a sliding scale based on income and no one is ever turned away due to financial limitations. Our fees can vary depending on the client’s ability to pay and which clinician is seen.
Community Partnership Initiatives: Council provides free counseling services to at risk populations through our community partnership program. This is made possible through partnerships with organizations servicing these vulnerable populations such as Project Home, Families Forward Philadelphia, Eliza Shirley House and more. Last year, we provided 2,760 hours of service including individual counseling sessions and group workshops.
Operation Home and Healing: Operation Home and Healing provides help for active service members, Veterans and their families. Specially-trained therapists work with the Veterans and their loved ones to help heal the invisible wounds on their individual, couple, and family relationships. In private counseling settings, as well as in group programs, which offer education and skill building, Council’s therapists aim to help Veterans and their families heal and become better partners, parents, and family members.
Transcending Trauma Project: The Transcending Trauma Project (TTP) is a research project looking at Holocaust survivor adaptation and coping strategies in an intergenerational context. This is the only research project of its kind to look at prewar and post war factors, family dynamics, coping and adaptation strategies after the war and the impact of severe trauma based on three generations of family life histories.