Child and Family Services of Saginaw County is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization dedicated to meeting the emotional health needs of children, individuals and families in our community since 1870. With such a rich history in the tri-counties, C&FS has reached out to the community in a multitude of ways, which include providing shelter, food and clothing to homeless women and children, offering adoption services to hundreds of families, and providing mental health counseling to individuals dealing with difficult life issues. Currently C&FS remains dedicated to improving and securing quality of life for individuals and families. Child & Family Services strives to build better lives for individuals and families in our community through counseling, trauma recovery and employee assistance services. Each year we touch the lives of over 6,000 clients through our three unique Centers.
The Counseling Center is designed to help individuals and families deal with difficult life issues and stressors. Master's level, licensed clinicians provide comprehensive outpatient mental health services to children, adolescents, adults, seniors and families. Clinical services are billable to most health insurances. United Way subsidies are available to eligible consumers.
Employee Wellness Center
The Employee Wellness Center - EAP (employee assistance program) believes in the importance of a holistic approach to health that encompasses, physical, emotional, spiritual and financial well being. The Employee Wellness Center is a benefit funded by employers to help employees and dependent family members resolve life stressors that affect life satisfaction and job performance. Employees receive help through problem solving sessions and companies receive training and professional consultation services.
Sexual Assault Center
For too long sexual assault has been a secret shared by many but discussed by few. Today's victims no longer need to suffer in silence. The Sexual Assault Center's professional staff offers a contiuum of care to victims of sexual assault and of childhood sexual abuse and their families. The United Way of Saginaw County, Victims of Crime Act Grant (VOCA) and Michigan Department of Community Health and donations allow the Center to provide all services free of charge to consumers.