Family Counseling Center of Central Georgia strives to preserve and strengthen the well-being of individuals and families within the community in order to promote a healthier society through easy access to professional services.
Who We Are:
Family Counseling Center is a private, non-profit agency established in 1957 by the Junior League of Macon and the United Way of Central Georgia to help strengthen individuals and families in times of stress. The center has Masters level, licensed therapists, trained in marriage and family therapy, social work and psychology. Their credentials (LMFT, LMSW & LPC) and training assure the highest quality of service. The clinical staff adheres to the code of ethics of the National Association of Social Workers and the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
What We Do:
- Individual, Marital and Family Therapy
- Victim Counseling
- Families In Transition
- Family Strengths Program
- Adoption and Custody Home Evaluations
- Family Investment Center
- Jones County Programs
What Happens When You Call?
A staff member will discuss your specific concerns and help you determine your options. Regardless of the type of problem you may have, the Family Counseling Center is committed to offering you respect and understanding. Although medical and emergency services are not available, referrals will be made to other resources as needed.
How To Find Us:
Family Counseling Center has offices in the Peyton Anderson Community Service Building at the corner of MLK Jr. Blvd. & Mulberry St. (277 MLK Jr. Blvd. Suite 203) in downtown Macon, across from the GA Music Hall of Fame. In Houston County, we are located at 106-B Olympia Drive in Warner Robins. You may also see a therapist at the Family Investment Center, located in Davis Homes. To make an appointment, call 478-745-2811 in Macon or 478-918-0663 in Warner Robins, or fill out the initial intake form online.
How We Are Funded:
Family Counseling Center receives funding through the United Way of Central Georgia; grants from organizations such as the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Macon and Warner Robins, GA. Community Development Block Grant Program; local foundations and individual donations, as well as program fees. Tax deductible donations may be made to FCC to support program activities or made directly to the Family Counseling Center Endowment Fund in the Community Foundation of Central Georgia.