Community Counseling Center

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Terri Lane, Executive Director of the Community Foundation of Washington County, was recognized by the Rotary Club Of Greenville, Mississippi for her leadership and innovative use of CFWC services surrounding COVID-19 relief efforts over the past year with the high honor of Paul Harris Fellow! Terri was recognized along with the leadership from the United Way of Washington County, Community Counseling Center, Hearty Helpings Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen as well as Delta Health System’s Mary Claire Glasco, Dr. Robert Corkern and Dr. Satwinder Singh. A Paul Harris Fellow is a person who has been recognized as having done something significant for others. Said Terri, “I am so humbled to be honored among such incredible servants and am so proud of what we've done through our Foundation to step into 'needed space' and take care of the expanding needs of our neighbors here at in our home community!"
DONOR DOLLARS AT WORK!

Congratulations to the Community Counseling Center on receiving one of our rapid response mini-grants from the COVID-19 Community Relief Fund!

"We are all so excited about our new program, Active Parenting During Trying Times, at the Community Counseling Center! This grant from the Community Foundation of Washington County will provide us with additional resources to help parents and children adjust to the challenges brought on by COVID-19. Liz Clements will oversee the new program, and we could not be more thrilled to be serving our community in this way!" ... Cindi Lofton, LPC, Executive Director

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, the Community Foundation of Washington County is thrilled to be collaborating with an organization doing such incredible work right here in our home community to serve the greatest needs in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis!
DONOR DOLLARS AT WORK!

Thanks to the generosity of our donors, the Community Foundation of Washington County is thrilled to announce the recipient of the sixth round of our rapid response mini-grants through the COVID-19 Community Relief Fund:

Greenville Arts Council

To date, the Community Foundation of Washington County has dispersed $19,750 to serve the residents of Washington County from the COVID-19 Community Relief Fund. To serve the greatest Identified needs, these funds have been distributed to nonprofit organisations and faith-based institutions to feed the hungry and serve close to 2,000 residents each month, to the Community Counseling Center to initiate FREE "mini-counseling sessions" by telephone to help individuals deal with stress brought on by the COVID-19 crisis, to Delta Regional Medical Center to purchase needed Personal Protection Equipment for our healthcare heroes on the front lines, to the Greenville Renaissance Scholars to implement online ACT Prep courses offered FREE to students in our community and to the Greenville Arts Council to assist in funding scholarships for the Art Suitcases Summer Program for children and young adults!

You can support our continuing efforts by donating online at the Foundation’s secure website, www.cfwashco.org, designating your donation to the COVID - 19 Community Relief Fund. Or simply mail your contribution to the Community Foundation of Washington County, P.O. Box 5910, Greenville, MS 38704. Please make all donations to the Community Foundation of Washington County with COVID - 19 Community Relief Fund in the memo line

Life isn't always a Party.. That's why we're here.. We offer different types of counseling from Grieving too Marriage Counseling..

Operating as usual

03/21/2022

Mental disorders, or mental illnesses,are those that affect a person’s mood, feelings, thinking, and behavior.
7 common types of mental disorders include:
1-Depression
2-Anxiety disorders
A-generalized anxiety disorders
B-social anxiety disorders
C-Panic disorders
D-Phobias
3-Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
4-Bipolar disorder
5-Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
6-Schizophrenia
7-Personality disorders such as borderline personality disorder, narcissistic personality disorder, and antisocial personality disorder
If you or someone you know needs to talk with some, we are here for you. You can call us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

03/09/2022

10 Steps to Self-Care:
1-If it feels wrong, don’t do it
2-Say “exactly” what you mean
3-Don’t be a people pleaser
4-Trust your instincts
5-Never speak bad about yourself
6-Never give up on your dreams
7-Don’t be afraid to say “No”
8-Don’t be afraid to say “Yes”
9-Be kind to yourself
10-Let go of what you can’t control
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03/03/2022

Anxiety disorders are a group of mental illnesses that cause constant and overwhelming anxiety and fear. The excessive anxiety can make you avoid work, school, family get-togethers and other social situations that might trigger or worsen your symptoms.
Causes: Genetics, brain chemistry, environmental stress, drug withdrawal or misuse, medical conditions
Risk factors: History of mental health disorder, trauma, negative life events, severe illness or chronic health condition, substance abuse, personality, low self-esteem.
If you or some one you know suffers from anxiety and needs someone to talk to, we are here for you. You can call us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the Kings Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

02/16/2022

A Philosophy for Life:❤️❤️
1-Keep your thoughts positive..because your thoughts become your words.
2-Keep your words positive..because your words become your actions.
3-Keep your actions positive… because your actions become your habits.
4-Keep your habits positive.. because your habits become your values.
5-Keep your values positive.. because your values become your destiny.❤️❤️❤️
We are here for you or someone you know that needs to talk with someone. You can call us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United way of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

02/09/2022

With Valentine’s Day coming up soon, it’s not always a happy day for everyone, especially dealing with mental health issues.
Managing your mental health on Valentine’s Day:
1-Stay off of social media for the day or however long you might need.
2-Focus on other types of love. It can come from the love of a family member, or a good friend, or even a pet.
3-Love yourself- The most important love is self love. Do something that brings you joy.
4-Reach out to someone who may be feeling lonely during this time of year, try and let them know that you are there for them.
If you or someone you know are having feelings of depression and need someone to talk with with, we are here for you. You can reach us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

02/03/2022

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01/31/2022

ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS IN WASHINGTON COUNTY!

Scholarship applications are now available through the Community Foundation of Washington County and are due by March 15, 2022.

Each scholarship is custom-created to match our donors' wishes, so please contact us at (662) 580.4500 or via email at [email protected] to learn more about each scholarship award and how to apply for this year!

One more example of how CFWC is putting its mission into action each day and truly connecting people who care with causes that matter to create a thriving community for all!

01/27/2022

How to reduce depression:
1-Wake up early in the morning
2-Make your bed
3-Stretch as soon as you get out of bed
4-Hydrate first thing in the morning
5-Drink lots of water throughout the day
6-Meditate before touching i you our phone
7-Plan and set your priorities before starting the day
8-Exercise 3-5 times per week
9-Recite positive daily affirmations
10-Make time to reflect on life
11-Don’t worry about things you can’t control
12-Listen more than you speak
13-Perform morning and evening skincare routine
14-Practice gratitude daily
If you or some one you know is going through depression, we are here to help. You can call us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United away of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

01/26/2022

I wanted to say our Louisiana Lunch today went great 😁😁. Thank you for everyone who purchased a ticket❤️❤️.. We are so lucky to have a great board who sold tickets for Community Counseling Center. We thank each and everyone of you for all your hard work!! Y’all are the best❤️❤️!!

01/12/2022

It’s that time of year again😀😀. You can purchase your tickets here at Community Counseling Center. Thanks for all your support❤️❤️

12/21/2021

Everyone at Community Counseling Center would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year..🎄🎄❤️❤️. We will be closing Thursday December 23 at 12:00 and will not reopen till January 04 2022 at our regular time of 9:00 am..You are welcome to leave us a voicemail or in case of an emergency please call 911.

12/15/2021

Signs and Symptoms of Holiday Blues:
1-Changes in appetite or weight
2-Changes in sleep patterns
3-Depressed or irritable mood
4-Difficulty concentrating
5-Feelings of worthlessness or guilt
6-Feeling more tired than usual
7-Feeling tense, worried, or anxious
8-Loss of pleasure in doing things you used to enjoy
If you or someone you know are going through depression, we are here for you. You can call us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United away of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

12/09/2021

The Holiday Blues:
These are feelings of sadness that last throughout the holiday season- especially during the months of November and December- are often referred to as the holiday blues or holiday depression. The holidays are usually viewed as a time of happiness and rejoicing. But for some people, it can be a period of painful reflection, sadness, loneliness, anxiety, and depression.
If you or someone you know needs to setup an appointment with one of Counselors, we can be reached at 662-332-1819.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by United Way of Washington County and the Kings Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

11/23/2021

We here at Community Counseling Center hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving. We will close on Wednesday November 24 at 12:00 noon and will reopen on Monday November 29 at 9:00 am..If you need to reach us you may leave us a confidential voicemail or in case of an emergency call 911.. Happy Thanksgiving everyone❤️❤️

11/18/2021

How to deal with grief during the holidays:
1-Trust that grief is part of healing
2-Set healthy boundaries
3-Focus on what you can control
4-Plan ahead
5-Allow yourself yo feel a range of emotions
6-Find a way to honor your memories
7-Create new traditions
8-Do something kind for others
We are here for you. Call us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United Way of Washington County and the Kings Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

11/10/2021

With the holidays approaching it can be a rough time especially for someone coping with Grief..
Here are 8 ways to cope with Grief during the holidays:
1-Set boundaries with holiday events
2-Tune into your grief emotions
3-Plan ahead to fill empty holiday roles
4-Honor old traditions and honor memories
5-Create new traditions
6-Identify grief coping skills
7-Volunteer/Do something charitable
8-Ask for help when struggling with grief
If you or someone you know is going through grief, we are here to help. We can be reached at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United away of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

11/07/2021

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10/27/2021

Life is so short.
We spend so much time swearing the small stuff, worrying, complaining, gossiping, comparing, wishing, wanting and waiting for something bigger and better instead of focusing on all the simple blessings that surround us everyday. Life is so fragile and all it takes is a single moment to change everything you take for granted. Focus on what’s important and be grateful! You are blessed! Believe it! Live your life and leave no regrets.❤️❤️
If you or someone you know needs someone to talk to, you can call us at 662-332-1819 to setup an appointment with one of our Counselors.
Community Counseling Center is proud to be funded in part by generous grants by the United away of Washington County and the King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two.

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250 South Shelby Street
Greenville, MS
38701

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Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm

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