The following counseling organizations offer services for depression, anxiety, grief and other mental health concerns. Treatment options may include counseling, therapy sessions, education, support groups and/or medication. Medicare, Medicaid and other forms of insurance may pay for counseling services.

Associates in Christian Counseling

Cardinal Innovations Healthcare

CareNet Counseling
Wake Forest Baptist Health

Catholic Social Services
Piedmont Triad Regional Council

Family Services

Hospice & Palliative CareCenter
Grief Counseling Services

The Shepherd’s Center of Kernersville

Trinity Center

Wake Forest Baptist Health
Department of Psychiatry

WS Men’s Counseling Center*


Q: How can I obtain counseling services?
A: Talk to your primary caregiver for referrals and/or contact your insurance provider about coverage and referrals to providers in your area.

Q: What counseling services are available for a caregiver caring for a loved one with a dementia or mental health related disease?
A: The Geriatric Outreach (GO) Program is a collaborative outreach service that delivers mental health care to older adults in their homes when there is a difficulty with transportation or mobility.

Therapeutic Alternatives is a source of information and education for caregivers providing in-home care/support to persons diagnosed with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease or with a mental illness such as depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, or personality disorder.  Individuals diagnosed with a mental illness qualify for services if they are 55 years old or older.  The services are available to individuals of any age who have dementia or dementia-like symptoms.

Family Services’ professional, caring therapists provide confidential counseling for children, adolescents and adults (individuals, couples and families). They accept Medicaid, as well as many private insurance plans, and they offer services on a sliding-fee scale to individuals and families who live or work in Forsyth or Davie counties. Fees range from $11 to $120 and are based on household income and family size.

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