The counseling program is comprised of licensed counselors and/or counselors working towards licensure, who provide assistance and guidance in resolving personal, social, or psychological problems and difficulties.
As a primary prevention service, the Community Education program utilizes professional facilitators for a variety of classes teaching individuals to incorporate new skills into their lives and relationships, resulting in improved coping and healthier family systems.
Healthy Start is a free program for expectant mothers and women with children up to two years of age. The program focuses on teaching good habits and assisting mothers with the challenges of being a parent.
Our staff is comprised of compassionate individuals devoted to finding innovative ways to serve the community.
The Family Tree is participating in the Community Foundation of Acadiana’s SOLA Giving Day, a one-day online giving extravaganza for our whole region.
The ‘Finding Hope Fundraiser’ is a two-week fundraiser running from Tuesday, March 2nd until Tuesday, March 16th to help raise awareness about suicide and prevention.