No-Fee Counseling Services Available for Southbury Residents in Need

Community Trust Awards Grant to Wellspring Second Year in a Row
Community Trust Awards Grant to Wellspring Second Year in a Row

Wellspring is offering outpatient mental health counseling to residents of Southbury who do not have insurance or cannot afford their co-pays. The Southbury Community Trust at the Connecticut Community Foundation awarded Wellspring Counseling Centers a $10,000 grant to provide counseling for individuals and families who are uninsured or underinsured and in need of treatment.

This is the second consecutive year Southbury Community Trust has awarded Wellspring Counseling Centers a grant to offset the cost of mental health services for Southbury residents who cannot otherwise afford counseling.

In 2013, Wellspring Counseling Centers provided 6,100 sessions to the community – over 500 children, families and individuals. Wellspring Counseling Centers has two locations, at 21 Arch Bridge Road, Bethlehem and at 850 Straits Turnpike Middlebury, to offer outpatient services for children, adolescents, adults and families.

With a clinical team that includes over 15 master’s level clinicians and two board-certified psychiatrists, the Wellspring Counseling Center is positioned to meet the needs of the surrounding communities. They help clients facing emotional and psychological issues such as anxiety, depression and mood disorders, stress and adjustment issues, interpersonal relationships, and working through trauma and loss.  Wellspring’s therapists are also familiar with issues surrounding seniors such as grandparents raising children, adult children living with parents, bereavement and managing conflict with family members. 

Wellspring is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

For more information about Wellspring’s outpatient counseling services, call 203-758-2296 or visit www.wellspring.org.


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