FSCA is beginning a Women’s Therapy Group which will focus on Depression & Self-esteem. The group will begin meeting on Thursday April 17, from 6:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. and will meet for 8 weeks. The group will work to learn more about dealing with depression and anxiety and learning about developing new patterns and […]
FSCA’s Nurturing Parenting® classes not only come with rave reviews, they are completely free. Whether you’re a new or experienced parenting, there’s always room to grow and learn.
FSCA Board member Chantez Pattman Knowles has been named to Jackson Magazine’s “30 And Under”. Each year the magazine recognizes young professionals who are making a positive impact in our community.
Listen to some of our Foster Parents tell why the became Foster Parents and what it means to them.
Do you care about kids? Do you love being a parent or do you think you could love being a parent?
There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children. – Nelson Mandela Approximately, 14,000 Michigan children are in foster care at any given time. The greatest need is for foster homes that can take sibling groups and/or children 9 and older. When a child enters […]
Our counseling services help people in the community deal with emotional and relationship problems and improve their quality of life. Our counselors can help with issues such as problems getting along with others including family, mental health problems like depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and substance abuse issues. Our counseling services can help people navigate the […]
Every child deserves a home and a family to call their own. In 2007, over 6,000 Michigan children were waiting for a family to adopt them. Special Needs Adoption Many of these children will wait four or more years for a permanent home, and some will turn eighteen and enter the adult world alone without […]