Your Gift Now Helps Far into the Future
On Giving Tuesday Now…
Think About Children Today, Next Week and Beyond.
The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting shutdown is deeply affecting our children, families, and entire community.
Before this crisis, anxiety, depression and suicide rates among children and teens were already at an all-time high. Now they are at dire, never-before-seen levels. Mental health services for youth are an immediate and growing need, but are also a solution.
During this crisis and in the future, we are here to help the most vulnerable children in our community.
Since the beginning of this crisis, our team has worked diligently to ensure continuation of care for children and families through telehealth services. Unfortunately, due to stress-related child abuse and domestic violence, we expect the need to grow exponentially in the upcoming months.
Will you help us increase our ability to meet this critical need?
When you give today, your donation has an immediate, positive impact for the children we serve, and every gift matters.
Examples of how your dollars help...
- $50 One virtual Play Therapy session
- $100 One virtual parent or caregiver workshop
- $500 Three months of Play Therapy sessions
- $1,000 Therapeutic supplies and toys for therapists' Trauma Kits
- $2,500 Clinical workshops for professionals working with children
We are inspired by how communities are coming together during these uncertain times, and we're so grateful for your support, no matter how you choose to help.
Support Center for Child Counseling's Emergency Relief Fund
Together, we can help children cope and heal, today and in the future.
Want to Get Involved in Other Ways?
Help Us Raise Awareness
We are building the foundation for playful, healthful, and hopeful living for children and families in Palm Beach County. Any effort you take to raise awareness about our mission is appreciated.
Whether you talk directly with others (from a safe distance!) or post to social media, we benefit from your advocacy. Click here to read a recent article from the Washington Post that describes the impact of social isolation for children.
Here are some hashtags, links, and other resources you can use to promote our cause:
#Giving Tuesday #MentalHealth #FightingACEs
Learn more about our COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund