Blue Star Family Counseling Services is a 501c3 non-profit and continues to offer help to everyone searching for healing because of your generous donation.
Thank you for your continued support.
Spc Adam Hamilton served in Afghanistan tragically losing his life serving his country in May, 2011. Blue Star Family Counseling Services, Inc., a non-profit organization, was established in May of 2012 to honor Adam, Service Members, those in specialized occupations, and the families of those who sacrifice their lives on a daily basis.
In conversations with his mother, Adam expressed the need for support when he returned. We have chosen to honor his self-awareness by providing therapy and other therapeutic and supportive services to all in need of healing,
Blue Star has made the decision to expand our therapeutic services and create Blue Star Wellness. The mission of Blue Star Wellness is to construct a holistic healing environment promoting mental, spiritual and physical well-being.
Our team includes experts in trauma treatment and trauma informed modalities of healing. This innovative space will allow for the expansion of holistic therapeutic and restorative activities within our community; including meditation groups, trauma informed yoga, energy focused chiropractic services, reiki, peer led support groups, hypnosis and personal coaching, nutrition and integrative mental health evaluations, and trauma focused trainings for those in the healing professions.
This is a time in our country where we find ourselves seeking ways to support systemic healing and interpersonal growth. This is a time we find ourselves seeking healing on a personal, local, state, national and global level. This is the time of year many are looking for a non-profit 501c3 organization to support.
Please consider donating to Blue Star Family Counseling Services, Inc. where 100% of your donation will go directly to the construction of Blue Star Wellness.
Please help us create this much needed space in our community to help individuals become their best possible selves