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Faces of Memphis

VIRTUAL LUNCH AND LEARN, Thursday, November 19 2020, 11AM-1PM Subject: HANDLING THE LOSSES OF LIFE: GRIEF, LOSS & REMEMBRANCE Guest Speakers: Dr. William M. Young, Sr., LPC, MFT DIRECTOR, THE HEALING WORD COUNSELING CENTER & SENIOR PASTOR, THE HEALING CENTER

FACES OF MEMPHIS

OUR MENTAL HEALTH MATTERS!!!

Make a Donation

Making a donation is one of the easiest ways to insure F.A.C.E.S. of Memphis remains a viable part of Shelby County. DONATIONS CAN BE MADE THROUGH UNITED WAY & CFC to Healing Word Counseling Center, 31-1672935. Your tax deductible donation helps us to continue supporting, training, and advocating for families of children with mental, emotional and behavioral health challenges, provide training, youth engagement, and collaboration through our Lunch and Learn(s)and family resource, training and call center.

Get Involved

Getting involved is another great way you can help support F.A.C.E.S. of Memphis. Please take the time to join the West Tennessee family organization. Consider joining this local organization to help us expand our mission.

Partner With Us

The main goal of F.A.C.E.S. of Memphis is to continue the great work and be the legacy of Just Care Family Network in Memphis and Shelby County. Forming partnerships, and connecting agencies and families will be two of our major goals.

Upcoming Events

VIRTUAL LUNCH AND LEARN
11/19/2020 11AM - 1PM

HANDLING THE LOSSES OF LIFE: GRIEF, LOSS & REMEMBRANCE Dr. William M. Young, LPC/MFT

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The Faces Of Memphis Network

The Faces Of Memphis Network is made possible by a grant from the Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Mental Health Services, and administered by the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
     
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