Family Service of Morris County provides programs that maintain healthy families by helping them cope with everyday challenges of stress, anxiety, parenting concerns, marital issues, and the unique concerns of Military families
Families and individuals face many issues throughout their lives. Family Service of Morris County provides a full range of services to assist individuals and families to deal with many life cycle issues, including:
Adult and Family Treatment
This comprehensive program offers a variety of services for individuals, couples, and families to include assessment, psychotherapy and counseling, support groups and referral to community resources. Services are provided by licensed social workers and counseling psychologists with expertise in individual marital, group, and family treatment. Psychiatrists are availible to provide evaluation, medication monitoring and staff consultation. Bilingual services are availible.
For more information, contact Pat O'Dell, Clinical Director, at (973) 538-5260 ext. 117, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. To schedule an appointment with one of our counselors, please call our
The Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program brings services to employers and employees throughout the region as a means of increasing wellness, improving job performance and productivity, and decreasing health care costs and absenteeism. For more information, please contact Sylvia Lippe at (973) 538-5260 ext. 141 or at email@example.com. For more information, click here.
Family Service of Morris County (FSMC) was founded in 1813 to help widows and children suffering from the impact of the War of 1812. Nearly 200 years later, FSMC is again building on its roots with an innovative program to meet the needs of today’s military families.
The Military Families and Veterans Outreach Program is an innovative program designed to meet the needs of men and women, and their families, who are going through a military deployment, who have an impending deployment, or those who have recently returned home. Our program is a non-governmental initiative involving a fully licensed therapist that is available to listen to what the veteran and the family needs and offer therapeutic support, as well as hands on assistance in connecting to needed services at Family Service and in the community. We provide therapeutic services to Morris County families of actively deployed service members in al branches of the military, including reservists and National Guard. We also serve veterans returning home, from recent deployment, with a DD214. Finally, we serve Morris families and veterans together post-deployment to handle family re-adjustment issues.
For more information, please call Sylvia Lippe at 973-538-5260 ext. 141 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. To make an appointment with a counselor, please call our ACCESS Center at 1-800-984-1414. For a flier with more information, click here.
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