Mental Health Nonprofit Offering Affordable Counseling to Prince William Residents

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Provided by The Women’s Center

The pandemic is leaving a devastating impact in our community. The high levels of uncertainty are leading to an alarming spike in depression and anxiety, according to Mental Health America. In Prince William County, social isolation, stress, and fear are causing an increase in mental health issues, which is creating a real and crippling impact on residents. The Women’s Center is here to help.

The Women’s Center has partnered with the Human Services Alliance of Greater Prince William and the Federal Government to offer affordable counseling to the residents of Prince William. The Center’s counseling services are offered on a sliding scale to match the budget of each Prince William resident who seeks help.

With over 65 professionally trained therapists on staff, The Women’s Center meets the diverse psychological needs of women, men, children, couples, and families of all ages by offering numerous services and specialties. Sessions are also offered in both English and Spanish.

The Center is offering virtual therapy sessions as well as in-person sessions that follow social distancing guidelines.

Residents of Prince William seeking counseling at The Center should call (571) 385-1625 to make an appointment.

About The Women’s Center

 Since 1974, The Women’s Center has provided mental health counseling, support, and education to the metropolitan area to help people live healthy, stable, and productive lives. We now serve over 5,000 people annually at our two locations in Virginia and Washington, D.C. Functioning as a teaching institution for mental health professionals, we provide one of the largest, most prestigious, and competitive training programs in the region. Learn more at


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