Pro Bono Counseling Project
information provided by: Baltimore Mental Health Systems Inc.
The Pro Bono Counseling Project (PBCP) is a non-profit organization that was formed in 1991 to provide free mental health care to individuals, families and couples who can not receive care from any other source.
Jean Steirn Cancer Program: includes Beyond Breast Cancer and Families Surviving Cancer Together and links families and individuals who have received a diagnosis of cancer with therapists throughout Maryland who are donating their services. This includes all phases in the progression of the illness from diagnosis, through death and dying, grief and loss, and post-treatment adjustment to life expectations.
Victims of Violence Program: providing therapy and supportive services for families, groups and individuals throughout Maryland who have survived personal crimes, workplace violence, homicide of a loved one and who are referred from State’s Attorneys’ Offices, law enforcement, domestic violence programs, hospitals and other non profit groups.
Private Counseling for Public Service Program: links service men and women and their loved ones with participating therapists. Working with the Veterans Administration, the National Guard, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, community-based programs, and other non-profit organizations to offer local mental health care particularly to those who are serving in the National Guard and Reserves since 9/11/2001.
Family Violence Prevention and Transition and Depression Program: Elderly and Underserved - reaches out to the elderly to provide therapy for those who are experiencing depression, particularly if it is caused by transition or victimization from crimes, domestic violence and/or financial exploitation, who are over 55 years old and who are without supplementary insurance to Medicare.
Specialized in therapy for those who are: depressed, anxious, grieving over a loved one, in a troubled relationship, witnesses or victims of a crime, those with eating disorder, those who are feeling out of control, children who are acting out, problems at work or any other issue you want to resolve.
The Pro Bono Counseling Project is not a crisis center.
Licensed LCSW-C. Staff has 800 licensed and insured volunteer therapists.
Monday through Friday, 9:00am - 6:00pm.
Record last updated: Sep 10 2010 10:42AM