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Services @ Fohfs

Typical Issues Addressed

Day-to-day life situations that put individuals and families in distress. They need professional help, in order to help them make a change in their lives.

FOHFS professional staff provides full scope of counseling services to meet our client’s needs and help them work through their struggles to overcome and continue to be productive family and community members. Counseling is crucial in maintaining good overall mental health.

FOHFS Organization Specialize In

Individual Counseling, Group Counseling, Grief Counseling, Family Counseling, Parenting, Home-Based Therapy, Crisis Intervention,  Domestic Violence, Anger Management, Rehab Services, Peer Recovery Support Services and Stress management.


Individual Counseling

In individual counseling you have the full attention of one of our staff members in a one-to-one atmosphere of understanding, warmth, and insight. Our counselors and Specialist can help you in a variety of ways because they are excellent sounding boards, compassionate listeners, and skillful experts in problems of living.

Family Counseling

Our highly trained therapists have face-to-face system of interaction with families, to help family members have behavioral changes. It provides families structured environment for the discussion of marriage and or/family issues, and works to promotes successful communication and relationship patterns among family members with behavioral problems.

Group Counseling

Our Team provides mental health group treatment for all ages, where clients work to solve their problems by developing positive social interaction, ways to cope with intense feelings. They also develop strong self-esteem, effective communication skills, ability to help others see their own issues differently and self-pride in helping them selves and others

Crisis intervention

Crisis intervention for victims of crime may vary depending on the victim and the type of victimization. However, there are some critical elements of crisis intervention services that are necessary for all victims, including:

  • Psychological first aid

  • Survivor needs assessment and empathic support

  • Recovery intervention

Anger Management


One out of five Americans has an anger management problem.  Anger management refers to therapeutic strategies that allow people to overcome excess feelings of anger, and to not act upon destructive impulses that anger may cause. Sometimes people have individual therapy sessions to work on anger management. In other cases, people may work in group therapy to assist with anger management.

Domestic violence

Domestic violence is a relationship between intimate partners in which one individual seeks to assert power and control over the other.

Stress Counseling


Stress can be defined as a specific response the body makes to all non-specific demands placed on it. Stress comes from several main sources, like our environment, our physical bodies, our minds, change and pressure. Environment stresses can be a result of noise, pollution, weather, overcrowding, crime, and threats to our self- esteem.  Physical stress comes from aging, poor nutrition, illness, accidents, inadequate sleep, and over exhaustion. Anytime we have to adjust to change, we are increasing our level of stress, whether that change is positive or negative. Pressure can also be very stressful.

Home-Based Counseling

If you are without transportation and feel so depressed to come out of your house, FOHFS provides home-based counseling for you. Highly qualified Mental Health Professional will come to you for your counseling appointment.

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