Wesley Freedom Family Resource Center
A network of support for families
We are all just one moment away from crisis. The death of a spouse, an overdose, catastrophic illness, mental health problems, or the loss of a job can launch even the most financially stable person/family into crisis. Wesley Freedom’s Family Resource Center is here for you in your time of need. Our staff will support you in your journey and connect you with resources to nourish your mind, body and soul. Feel free to come in during office hours Monday-Thursday 9am-4pm or contact Sharon Feldman, Director of Family Resource Center, at (410) 795-2777 Ext. 12 or the link below.
Rising Above Addiction
We support this non-profit organization throughout the year with monetary donations and our physical presence at their events, such as a 5-mile run/walk. Our goal is to help Rising Above Addiction fulfill their goal of providing drug treatment for youth in Carroll County.
Suburban Crossroads Counseling
We are partnering with this organization by referring individuals who come in to the Family Resource Center that are in need of counseling. We have given them a location here on site to meet with clients, but at this time Cecil Cunigan is their psychologist who will be meeting on site. If you are in need of counseling you may contact them at (301) 679-0078 or the link below.
Cecil is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, trained as a Pastoral Counselor and a Marriage and Family Therapist. He has training and experience in ministry, religious life, and spiritually-integrated psychotherapy. His primary focus groups are older adolescents and adults. His specialties are anxiety, depression, grief, self-esteem, substance abuse, life transitions, marital & premarital, spirituality, behavioral issues, men’s issues, relationship issues. He will be partnering with the Family Resource Center in that he will be meeting clients here at Wesley Freedom. If you are in need of counseling services you may contact him at Ltc.firstname.lastname@example.org
Re-Direct One80 Program
We here at the Family Resource Center are in the process of getting a Re-Direct One80 program up and running. The goal of the program will be to connect an individual who has been recently released from prison with a mentor. The Family Resource Center, mentor, and the individual will work in tangent to help get the individual on their feet so they can re-enter society. If you would be interested in being a mentor or helping recently released individuals in other ways like finding them jobs and homes, please contact Sharon Feldman, Director of Family Resource Center, at (410) 795-2777 Ext. 12 or the link below.
Shepherd’s Staff (Westminster)
Throughout the year, we support this organization with monetary gifts and special collections of school supplies, spiritual Easter baskets, clothing and toiletry items. Volunteers are needed to help sort and distribute at Wesley Freedom. More servant opportunities are available at Shepherd’s Staff Westminster location. We will be opening a satellite office here at Wesley Freedom in September.
We do our best to stay current with our support group resources so that we can refer those in need to people with similar circumstances. We refer to the Support Groups located here at Wesley Freedom and those located off church premises. We have information on Support Groups for, Grief, Cancer, Family Peer Support, Families who are grieving the loss of a family member who died by way of suicide, Parents who are grieving the loss of a family member who died by way of addiction, Family members or individuals who are suffering from addiction or alcoholism, and many others. If you are in search of a support group feel free to come into the Family Resource Center for more information or contact Sharon Feldman, Director of Family Resource Center, at (410) 795-2777 Ext. 12 or the link below.