April 11. Airport Marina Counseling Service’s Spring into Well-Being Celebration

Support mental health!  Support Airport Marina Counseling Service!

Get your tickets to AMCS’ Spring into Well-Being Celebration on April 11.

Did you know… that one in four individuals will suffer during their lifetime from some form of mental illness? Unfortunately, depression and anxiety are the leading causes of lost time at work. Luckily, Airport Marina Counseling Service (AMCS) makes sure our doors are open seven days a week to help those in need.

Your support will help Airport Marina Counseling Service to continue to provide this mental health safety net.

On April 11, AMCS will hold its 15th Annual “Spring into Well-Being” Celebration at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott, honoring Jane St. John, RE/MAX Estate Properties.

Please join AMCS and this year’s chair, Nancy Edwards to assure that this is the best event yet! Nearly 25% of our annual budget is raised by this event alone.

Please consider joining us as an event sponsor. Every dollar we raise will help AMCS continue to provide much-needed affordable, community-based mental health services and support the training of more than 60 mental health therapists.

.About Airport Marina Counseling Service:

The mission of Airport Marina Counseling Service (AMCS) is two-fold: to provide affordable, community-based mental health services and to train mental health therapists.

AMCS is a nonprofit, community-based mental health clinic that has been serving the greater LAX region since 1961. From its opening in 1961 to now, AMCS has continued to grow and expand it programs and services. Today, we serve hundreds of individuals, children and families and couples weekly, and our services are provided on a sliding-scale basis.

As affordable mental health resources become more difficult to find, more people living further away from AMCS depend upon its services. Though we have no geographical boundaries, the Clinic currently serves the greater LAX area including Westchester, El Segundo, Culver City, Hawthorne, Inglewood, Marina del Rey, Playa del Rey and Venice, Santa Monica, Torrance, South Los Angeles and extended areas of Los Angeles County. AMCS offers comprehensive therapeutic services to individuals, children and families, couples and older adults, many of whom would otherwise have little access to counseling.  Open seven days a week, Airport Marina Counseling Service provides an array of successful programs, both at the Clinic and off-site, to meet the needs of people of all ages.

For more information about Airport Marina Counseling Service, please visit www.AMCShelps.com.

AMCS’ founder Mary Ellen.