828.275.7279 PO Box 19796, Asheville, NC 28815 Meet our Counselors
Gift of Healing
Cost for one client living with little to no income to receive a personalized therapy plan.
Gift of Hope: $480
Gift of Compassion: $240
Gift for the Hurting: $100
Session Gift: $60
We all need support during tough times!
When troubles, turmoil, and suffering roll in like a storm, we want hope and encouragement.
When difficulties are beyond our ability to understand or to change, we may need to ask for help.
Unfortunately, many persons cannot afford counseling, or their insurance plans do not include coverage for counseling services.
If you find yourself in this situation...
The Partnership can help!
We are a non-profit organization that helps people that have limited resources and are in need of counseling with a desire to use their faith as part of their healing process.
We believe that economic status should not stand in the way of anyone trying to heal their heart, mind or spirit.
1st Annual Stay-at-Home Tea Benefit.
A gift to this benefit helps us to continue to provide affordable psychological & spiritual counseling in Western North Carolina.
Annual Fall Event regularly scheduled for November is being moved to May.
Part of our initiatives moving forward is to help increase the awareness of the Partnership as well as the prevalence of mental health in WNC.
May is National Mental Heath Awareness month, so please keep an eye out for more details to come!
Gifts of Gratitude Program
What is Pastoral Counseling?
Pastoral counseling is a unique form of psychotherapy which uses spiritual resources and psychological understanding for the healing of one's mental, emotional and spiritual sufferings.
People of all faiths are served with the goal of helping the individual, couple or family achieve wholeness and health.
When should I get counseling?
We are looking to fill a few seats on our Board with people that are passionate about mental health in our communities and want to be a part of an organization that is changing lives for the better in WNC. Interested? Please contact Rebecca Wells as soon as possible to talk more about being an instrumental part of fighting the prevalence of mental health throughout WNC.
Are you a Pastoral Counselor?
We are looking to expand our services into the rural areas of WNC. We are in need of pastoral counselors that are willing to travel to these area's utilizing office space donated by local churches. Please contact the Partnership for more details on how to become an affiliated counselor.