Catholic Charities of Fort Worth - Clinical Counseling

The purpose of the Clinical Counseling Program is to promote healthy individual and family functioning through high quality mental health services. Clinical Counseling services are provided to clients who engage in therapy with many diverse needs. 

Examples of such needs include: anger management issues, marital conflict, coping with grief and bereavement, victims of abuse and other trauma, parenting, and treatment of depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues. Our therapeutic counseling program serves children, adolescents, adults, couples, families, and groups. All services are provided and overseen by licensed professionals.

Clinical Counseling offers individual, marital, family and group therapy, grief and bereavement counseling, parenting education, counseling for victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse, depression, anxiety, life transitions, work/life balance, self-esteem and other mental health issues. 

Currently criteria includes:

  • Household income at or below 200% poverty line
  • Uninsured or under-insured
  • Resident of one of 28 counties that is in the Diocese of Fort Worth

For more information about the program please call 817.289.3809. (If no one is available to answer your call, please leave a message with your name and number and we will return your call within three business days) or email


Career Phase:
Discharges Allowed:
Military Branch:
Programs for Family Members:
  • Vet Children
Service Counties:
  • Archer
  • Baylor
  • Clay
  • Cooke
  • Denton
  • Foard
  • Hardeman
  • Johnson
  • Montague
  • Tarrant
  • Wichita
  • Wilbarger
  • Young
Services Category:
  • Mental Health
  • MH - Counseling
  • MH - PTSD
  • MH - Youth & Family Services
VA Disability Rating Requirement:
Vet Plus:
  • Homeless
  • Women Veterans