There are many resources to help people build, maintain, and strengthen their relationships and families! However, navigating those resources can be overwhelming. This page provides information about ways to locate professionals that provide support to individuals and families.
Finding a Counselor: The following databases may be helpful to you if you are searching for a local counselor or therapist to address a relationship or family concern:
Other Resources: Beyond counseling, other professionals and organizations are available in communities to provide support to relationships and families. The resources available in each community vary, but they may include social service organizations, victim advocacy agencies, and nonprofit organizations. Below are a few national resources that can help you connect with support in your area:
The National Domestic Violence Hotline offers 24/7 support via phone, text, or chat. Trained staff also can help connect you to local domestic violence agencies in your area. Another way to connect to a local domestic violence agency in your community is by contacting your state domestic violence coalition.