COUNSELING CENTER OFFERS NEW EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PACKAGE

AUSTELL, Ga. – Agapé Christian Counseling Center has created a new Employee Assistant Package for local businesses. ACCC is offering this professional service to help with employee morale and to increase productivity for the employer, which leads to happier employees and job stability. Also, this Employee Assistance Program can be added to your benefits package for new recruits.
 
The primary function of Christian Counseling is to assist individuals with emotional and mental support. ACCC’s certified Christian Counselors can provide that avenue for employees to express thoughts, emotions, and concerns in their family, work, or social lives and assist them with hardships of death, divorce, or marital difficulties.
The certified Christian Counselors have experience in dealing with individuals in a one-on-one setting and in a group setting. Currently, ACCC host monthly seminars and workshops in the community, and various organizations such as the Salvation Army. Also, H.O.P.E. Family Resource Center utilizes their services. ACCC has provided relationship/marital and domestic abuse advice on local radio shows.
 
The new Employee Assistance Package is budget-friendly for local businesses without skimping on the quality of the work and service provided.
PACKAGE includes the following:
-Give the Employee Assistance Program presentation to staff so they know it’s available and how to utilize the services
-Provide Flyers to place around office/facility so employees see contact info privately
-5 counseling sessions per year (3 face-to-face and 2 phone sessions)
COST- $400/month
BONUS: ACCC can plan & execute a team building workshop with employees semi-annually.
 
ACCC is a registered 501c3 nonprofit organization that focuses on the counseling needs of adult individuals, couples and groups and hosts free monthly workshops for the community on various subjects through its W.O.W. Ministries (women of worth).

#Born2Win Community Summit on Local 24 News

Walking In a New Life Founder/Executive Director Joyce Parkinson and PR Partner Sharen Rooks discussing the Community Summit on Local 24 News. Check it out: http://bit.ly/1fY3ECZ

NOTE: The #Born2Win Concert has been postponed to June 6, 2014.

Battle of the Sexes Event to Celebrate Client’s Anniversary

MABLETON, Ga.- Most women want to get in the minds of men and Agapé Christian Counseling Center (ACCC) has created an event to do just that. Its Women of Worth Ministries is set to W.O.W. the community again for its one-year Anniversary event- SHE’s GOT GAME 2: Battle of the Sexes. Men and women will have the opportunity to battle it out in a Jeopardy-styled game to discuss questions in categories such as “Sex in the City” and “Monster-in-Law” and “Love is Blind”. In lieu of a cocktail bar, there will be a Dessert Bar and Mingling to jump start the event at 5:30pm on Saturday, March 16th at the South Cobb Community Center.

 

There will be a panel of judges comprised of men and women and the keynote speaker will be Yvonne Pierre, the author of The Day My Soul Cried. Also, Pierre has written, produced and directed a stage play titled, Then I Stand and is the host of her own syndicated talk show, The Yvonne Pierre Show.

 

Guests will get to hear upcoming news about ACCC, surprise guest testimonials, full dinner and have more opportunities to win prizes such as prayer pillows, candy doll heads, t-shirts, etc. Be sure to follow on Twitter @AgapeCCCinc and search hashtag #SGG2 for updates.

FTP Asks Memphians to Simply Give

MEMPHIS, Tenn- Fresh Touch Publicity (FTP) kicked off its 2nd Annual “Simply Giving Project” Nov. 1st, in which Memphians are asked to donate clothes, shoes, food, and money to the Serving In Christ Outreach Ministry (SICOM). These items are considered urgent need items because SICOM, a nonprofit organization, receives requests daily from people in the community needing them.

 

TJ Jefferson, owner of FTP, felt that it was important to partner with an organization that is in direct contact with the community on a regular basis. Fortunately, SICOM gives food and clothes to the people in the community throughout the year since 2010 when the organization was founded by Memphian Lashanta Rudd. The SICOM facility, headquartered in the Orange Mound area, has a computer room, food pantry, and clothing room to store donated items.

 

“When I was visiting the SICOM facilities, I witnessed someone calling in need of clothes for a job interview,” Jefferson said. “That confirmed that the ‘Simply Giving Project” was necessary.”

 

The “Simply Giving Project” runs from Nov. 1st through Nov. 26th online and items can be dropped off at 2546 Deadrick Ave and monetary donations can be made securely on SICOM’s website at www.ServingInChrist.weebly.com.

 

The sponsors are local small businesses- RichED Consults, an education consulting firm, Cocky Cutz, a barber shop and Kreative Kustom Wear, a graphic t-shirt printing company.