HCM’s Counseling Program focuses on the psychological well-being of victims of crime from underserved communities. Our services are provided in English and Spanish by bilingual, bicultural therapists. Most of our clients have experienced domestic violence, various kinds of assault or human trafficking among other crimes. The Counseling Program works in partnership with HCM’s community health workers and legal staff to provide the wraparound services this vulnerable population needs.
The Counseling Program provides the following support services to victims of crime seeking counseling:
- Individual therapy
- Family therapy
- Group therapy
- Domestic violence support group
- Parenting classes
These services are available in person and through virtual platforms, including phone calls and video conferences.
TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT:
HELP SUPPORT OUR FAMILIES
Holy Cross Ministries works to ensure that everyone is able to participate fully in this community. Many individuals and their families face barriers such as language, culture, abuse and location. Your support helps us continue offering low-cost services to a critically underserved population.
Help HCM’s Counseling Program better meet the needs of families receiving our services by donating the following new or gently used items for use in our waiting room and therapy sessions:
- Art supplies, such as paint, paintbrushes and colored pencils (excluding crayons)
- Board games
- “Fidget toys,” including stress balls, fidget spinners and other sensory items
- Children’s books in Spanish
- Weighted blanket
COUNSELING PROGRAM STAFF
Sister Veronica A. Fajardo, CSC-LCSW
Maren Outsen, CSW