Family Service Agency of Marin provides affordable and accessible behavioral and mental health services to children, adults and families. Through every stage of life from pregnancy and childhood to adolescence, adulthood and into the elder years, FSA therapists, counselors and advocates help in times of crisis and transition. FSA has Marin County’s most comprehensive child and family trauma services and also specializes in addiction recovery services. FSA also operates the county’s only 24/7 Suicide Prevention and Crisis Hotline. Our goal is to strengthen individuals of all ages, and families of all cultures.
Family Service Agency of Marin, through counseling, education and advocacy, strengthens the many forms of family life, promotes the health and self sufficiency of family members of all ages and cultures, and champions freedom from abuse, violence and poverty.
In 1967, FSA founded the Institute of the Family, providing research, studies and education to therapists learning the new skills emerging from the family therapy movement. FSA continues its tradition of high-quality training with one of the most comprehensive training programs for clinical counseling in the Bay Area.
In the 1960′s, FSA became one of the first agencies in the United States to provide family therapy and throughout the 1970’s expanded services to include individual and group therapy for family issues like divorce, single parenting and career counseling.
Today, FSA works hard to ensure its services are culturally relevant, highly effective and affordable for all income levels. Through a series of earlier strategic mergers, FSA merged with the Childhood Trauma Program, Pregnancy and Early Parenting Center, and Suicide Prevention and Community Counseling. In March 2012, FSA became a division of Buckelew Programs to increase its capacity to serve the broader community with mental health, addiction and trauma services that offer full access to integrated medical, social and mental health services.
Tamara Player, MSW
Chief Executive Officer, Buckelew Programs
415 457-6966 x401, firstname.lastname@example.org
James Messing, JD, PhD
415 526-0403, email@example.com
Sarah Chapman, MFT
Counseling Services Program Director
415 491-5708, firstname.lastname@example.org
Robin Furner, MFT
415 491-5713, email@example.com
Melanie Lopes, MFT
Director, Suicide Prevention and Community Counseling
415 499-1193 ext 3001, firstname.lastname@example.org
415 491-5714, email@example.com
Michael Grogan, PhD
Director Jeannette Prandi Children’s Center
415 499-3750, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meredith McGarvey, MFT
415 491-5700 x 2097, email@example.com