New LGBTQ support group  at the Faulk Center
A joint program of Faulk Center & Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services
Held: Fridays, 12-1:15 p.m.
For more information, call 561-483-5300.
For individuals 18+

Center Receives a Grant from The Jim Moran Foundation

A generous two-year grant from The Jim Moran Foundation will fund two new SAGES: Senior Adult Group Experiences support groups for low-income seniors at  St. Andrew Tower in Pompano and St. Elizabeth Garden in Coral Springs. These residences are run under Catholic Health Services ---also a not for profit. 

SAGES enables the elderly to avoid the negative psychosocial effects of isolation. Senior support groups provide a means to preserve and enhance seniors' cognitive abilities, as well as their physical health. Research has shown that social support has a buffering effect, protecting against the negative symptoms of mental disorders, particularly those associated with depression.

We are extremely grateful to The Jim Moran Foundation for enabling us to expand our SAGES program to Broward County. 
Wells Fargo Private Bank Sponsors Annual Faulk Center for Counseling Donor Reception on February 23rd

Thank you to Sharon DaBrusco and the team at Wells Fargo Private Bank for their continued support of the Faulk Center. Sponsorship of our Annual Donor Reception enables us to recognize our generous donors who allow us to fulfill our mission of providing mental health counseling services to at-risk and underserved children, adults and families in our community.

The Faulk Center also thanks the Wells Fargo Foundation for their generous grant to support the valuable mental health services provided by the Center.

Wells Fargo staff with Faulk Center President
Lois Weisman and CEO Vicki Katz
Click on the arrow above to view event photos.
4th Annual Yogathon for Hope to Benefit 
Faulk Center & Other Local Mental Health Organizations
Four years ago mother and beloved yoga instructor Pam Leal lost her 17-year-old daughter Bailey to suicide. Since then, Pam has been on a tireless mission to eliminate the stigmas placed on suicide and depression by providing resources to students and teens in our community.

A Yoga Event in Bailey's honor will be held Saturday, March 18th at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. The event will feature  presentations by local mental health professionals, including the Center's Dr. Holly Katz. For more details click here to view the event flyer.

Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death of young persons aged 15-24. Each day in our nation, there are an average of over 5,240 attempts by young people grades 7-12.

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