Mental Health Educational Programs

As consultants, we respond to needs of businesses, churches and community agencies by presenting workshops and consultation designed to heal, inform and empower. Consultations may be brief or long-term and may involve crisis intervention and trauma debriefing, conflict resolution, training, and other organizational needs.

Consultation services are available to:

  • Schools
  • Colleges and universities
  • Business/industry
  • Agencies
  • Clergy staff
  • Congregations and spiritual communities
  • Governmental agencies
  • Professional organizations and associations

Brighter Futures Montgomery


The Samaritan Counseling Center, with the support of the Montgomery County Commission and the City of Montgomery, is inviting counselors and youth leaders in schools, churches and youth programs across the county to:

  1. Come together to identify what areas of mental health, social and emotional issues are affecting our children
  2. Prioritize those issues
  3. Design and conduct future workshops to give us the tools and knowledge for us to better serve our children and teenagers in need.

In 2017, a community-wide gathering of clergy, counselors and professional met to define and prioritize mental health issues affecting our youth.

After discussing several issues in depth, such as suicide, bullying, domestic violence and many other issues, the group divided into small table discussions. The unanimous finding was that more needed to be doneto increase [arenting skills thorughout our community.

A task force was formed. Participants included the Samaritan Counseling Center, the City of Montgomery, Church of the Highlands, Mental Health America of Montgomery, Montgomery Public Schools and the Alabama Department of Mental Health.


  • Better Parenting for Brighter Futures Assembly and Expo done in April 21, 2018
  • Westside Family Day Party: Party with a Purpose done March 9, 2019



More Resources

Memory Care in Alabama

Memory care facilities provide those living with Alzheimer’s and dementia with care that is tailored to their unique needs. Memory care can take place in its own facility or as part of a designated wing of another residential care community. Staff members of memory care units or facilities undergo specialized training in caring for those with memory impairment, and the facilities often coordinate social activities and schedules specifically for the needs of those living with Alzheimer’s or dementia.

For more information on Memory Care facilities in Alabama, click here.

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