In just four days, all Outreach Counseling Centers successfully transitioned to 100% telehealth, allowing OCM therapists to provide mental health treatment ‘virtually’ during this pandemic – which is crucial for the hundreds who rely on these services. “We are seeing many experiencing a feeling of increased mental or emotional strain brought on by the
During times of hardship, OCM Case Managers are on the front line advocating for children and families in need. They assist with resolving various crisis situations including financial issues, loss of employment, potential loss of housing, emergency food, legal matters and navigating public systems such unemployment insurance and disability. With the onset of COVID-19,
York Community Resource Center welcomed Aimee Maas, Outreach Community Counseling Center (OCCC) animal assisted therapist, and her therapy dog, Paddington, to its summer youth program on July 8.
The Chicago Area Christian Training Consortium (CACTC) is a partnership between Outreach and other like-minded organizations to train future psychologists. Find out more about the consortium and Outreach's role within it.
Serving at Outreach since 1988, Victor Argo's unique role at the Outreach Community Counseling Centers allows him to see growth and change in the lives of his interns and patients.
Thank you to the DuPage Foundation for awarding a $20,000 grant to our Youth and Families in Crisis program at Outreach’s Community Counseling Centers!
Outreach's Counseling Centers are taking part in a learning collaborative to increase access to mental health services for military families.