Richmont Graduate University’s roots date back to 1973. As many struggle to cope with the novel coronavirus and its aftermath, the mental health and soul care Richmont provides is more important than ever. The university offers degrees in ministry and in mental health counseling. Our unique approach to educating and training mental health professionals through the Richmont Trauma Center and our network of Hope Counseling Centers allows us to provide evidence-based, trauma-informed mental health services to people suffering from trauma, mental illness, and/or substance abuse who might otherwise go without care. To serve our community well during the COVID-19 pandemic, Richmont offers telemental health counseling.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
While human compassion prompts all of us to want help for those who are hurting or hopeless, not all of us have the capacity to serve others as counselors or ministers. But your support of Richmont’s mission can assist those who are called to these roles by keeping the cost of their required education more manageable. Your contribution can also directly support the cost of counseling for people who cannot afford the treatment they need. Will you join in bringing more healing, restoration, and transformation to our community?
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