Fiscal Year 21 (July 2020 – June 2021) was a year of mental health awareness — and activity. You are invited to review the year’s impact on CentrePointe in our Annual Report FY21.
Demand for mental health care increased markedly over Fiscal Year 21. Relational strain, stress and anxiety along with an increased awareness and acceptance of mental health care brought an influx of clients to counselors nationwide – and to CentrePointe. Healthcare professionals and practitioners project that COVID-19 social distancing will have a long-term impact on mental health for many years to come, particularly amongst youth and young adults.
Many are experiencing financial need along with the stresses and strains that bring about the need for mental health care.
As a Christian counseling agency, we are called to consider those who cannot access mental health care due to limited finances or lack of insurance as demand for mental health care rises. Our Samaritan Fund program is our charitable effort to help clients access counseling. Over the last fiscal year, four times as many clients accessed the Samaritan Fund compared with the previous year. It is clear how much more we can impact individuals and church communities who require financial assistance.
I hope you pray with us as we work to grow and meet the needs of communities in our area.
with gratefulness and hope,
CentrePointe Counseling, Inc.
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