Counselors for Change partners with organizations and other nonprofits who share our mission to increase mental health awareness, education, outreach, and advocacy. Our team of passionate volunteers can be found tabling at events to handout information and resources to attendees. Our team of mental health professionals provide workshops for organizations who wish to increase awareness of the impact mental health has on individuals, families, and communities.
Trinity Fitness Trifecta Event
Trinity Fitness Suntree has graciously chosen to sponsor Counselors for Change in their Trifecta event. Watch to learn more about the work that is being supported by this contribution. Big thank you to Lovit White and the Trinity Fitness Warriors!
Learn more about the event here.
C4C & Suntree United Methodist Church Virtual Health Fair
Check out the Mental Health 101 Presentation
Counselors for Change has partnered with Suntree United Methodist Church for their Virtual Mental Health Fair on November 15, 2020. Join us for virtual workshops that increase mental health awareness and understanding to help you and the ones you love live well.
C4C & The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
AFSP’s Out of the Darkness Community Walk is being held virtually on December 5, 2020. Counselors for Change has formed a team of “counselors” to walk at this event. Join us! Suicide is the second leading cause of death for children and young adults ages 10-24.
Click above to join our team in supporting AFSP’s work towards increasing mental health awareness and reducing suicide rates. Together we can be counselors and advocate to increase suicide awareness and prevention!
C4C has partnered with the Campaign to Change Direction to share the 5 signs of emotional suffering at all their events. Knowing the signs of distress can help you and the ones you love know when to reach out for help and reach out to help. We are all counselors – one who advocates for the well-being of another.
Brevard Public Schools
Counselors for Change believes in the power of mental health to create positive change in our communities. From the organization’s inception, our efforts have been channeled towards providing opportunities for parents of school-aged youth to increase their tools for wellness and understanding of mental health and its impact on children. At Brevard Public Schools’ Parent University C4C’s team of mental health professionals and volunteers hosted a Tools for Change workshop where parents learned tools that they could immediately implement for self-regulation, stress reduction, and self-care. Another school-based family-oriented initiative, Conversations for Change, involves mental health panel discussions covering topics that increase awareness and decrease stigma enabling families and schools to better meet the needs of their students.