Family Counseling Services 26777 Lorain Road, #320
North Olmsted, Ohio 44070
Phone: (440) 779-9565
D.O.V.E. Program is a 25 hour Domestic Violence Education and Intervention Program offered on 6 consecutive Tuesday evenings from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Classes are preceded by a mandatory initial evaluation scheduled Monday through Friday. Mandatory Initial Evaluation = $75 Sessions = $250 Total Cost including the initial evaluation and summary reports = $325 D.V.A.C. Program is a 25 hour Domestic Violence and Aggression Control Program offered on 4 consecutive Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Classes are preceded by a mandatory initial evaluation scheduled Monday through Friday. Mandatory Initial Evaluation = $75 Sessions = $250 Total Cost including the initial evaluation and summary reports = $325 A.M.A.C. Program is an Anger Management and Aggression Control Program for violent offenders (non-domestic violence cases). This program focuses on inappropriate anger expression and preventing the use of aggression/violence. Clients have the option of attending three-3 hour classes on Thursday evenings from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., or Saturday mornings from 9:00 a.m. until noon. Classes are preceded by a mandatory initial evaluation scheduled Monday through Friday. Mandatory Initial Evaluation = $75 Sessions = $150 Total Cost including the initial evaluation and summary reports = $225 A. D. E. P. is an Alcohol & Drug Education Program. This course is a one-day intensive workshop designed to educate first- time offenders who do not require outpatient treatment. Topics include: Physical Effects, Consequences and Stages of Substance Abuse, Defenses & Denial Systems, Disease Concept of Alcoholism, Family Effects of Alcoholism & Solutions. An evaluation is not part of this education program. The workshop is held monthly on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The total cost, including the summary report is $95.00. S. T. I. P. is a Shoplifting & Theft Intervention Program. This course is a one-day intensive workshop designed to educate and intervene with shoplifters, kleptomaniacs and other theft behaviors. The workshop is offered on Wednesday evening from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and is preceded by a mandatory initial evaluation scheduled Monday through Friday. Mandatory Initial Evaluation = $75 Session = $75 Total Cost including the initial evaluation and summary reports = $150 P.E.G.S. Program is a Parenting Education and Group Support Program. The curriculum includes six 1-hour individual sessions preceded by a mandatory initial evaluation. Mandatory Initial Evaluation = $75 Sessions = $270. The total cost, including the mandatory initial evaluation and summary reports is $345.00. G.P.P. is a Group Parenting Program consisting of two, 2-hour group sessions held on Fridays from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. An initial evaluation is not part of this program. The total cost of the group program, including the summary report is $90.00. S.A.S.P. is a Sexual Addiction and Solicitation Education and Intervention Program. This program is designed for individuals with a sexual addiction, or other inappropriate sexual behavior. It is based on an addiction model. This intensive program consists of two 2-hour sessions and is offered individually. Classes are preceded by a mandatory initial evaluation scheduled Monday through Friday. Mandatory Initial Evaluation = $75 Sessions = $200The total cost, including the mandatory initial evaluation and summary report is $275.00. THIS GROUP IS NOT FOR SEXUAL OFFENDERS. Cultural Sensitivity and Diversity is a course examining racism, ageism, and increasing cultural awareness. This program-based course is available for court ordered and self-referral individuals. The fee is $185.00 and is scheduled individually.

Most programs require an individual evaluation prior to the start of the program. Participation in all programs is by appointment only. Drop-ins are not permitted. Please call 440-779-9565 to make an appointment.

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