Irving Family Advocacy Center offers free counseling to those who live, work, or attend school in Irving.
It can be hard to deal with the things that happen in life. From being a victim of a crime to the falling apart of a relationship, or even feeling sad for reasons you can’t describe, it’s common to feel stuck.
Every person, family, and situation is unique. But no matter what you’re facing, we’re here to help.
We’ve listed below some of the reasons people visit us, but this list isn’t comprehensive. If you are struggling and don’t know how to overcome your problem, we can help!
If you’ve never been to a counselor or therapy, your first time can be intimidating. We understand!
Let’s show you what a typical appointment looks like so you can feel comfortable with what to expect.
After you submit your application, we’ll work together to pick which services you need, helping you make progress one step at a time.
The American Counseling Association defines counseling as “a professional relationship that empowers diverse individuals, families, and groups to accomplish mental health, wellness, education, and career goals.”
Our offices are open Monday-Thursday from 8 am-8 pm and Fridays from 8 am-5 pm and are available for walk-ins.
We don’t want you to wait to get the help that you need. Please feel free to call and schedule an appointment so we are ready for you when you come into the Center.
Our services are completely free of charge.
Staffed Counselors are available during regular business hours to discuss resources and options. For counseling services, individuals will need to complete an application and are usually contacted within a week to discuss the services.
Adults and children who live, work or attend school in Irving as victims of crime in Irving may receive services.
Yes! We are proud to work in one of the most diverse cities in the country and we seek to provide a respectful and supportive environment for all clients.
Most of our counselors are in graduate school or have graduated with a Master’s degree and are working on accruing hours towards state licensure. We also have Licensed Professional Counselors, (LPCs), and Licensed Professional Counselors Supervisors, (LPC-5s) on staff.
Yes. We ask that a parent or guardian remain on-site during their child’s counseling sessions.
Please complete our application for services. Our application can be found here on our website or in the lobby of the IFAC during business hours.