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Join us Thursday, October 23, for a beautiful evening honoring the people who bring us hope in our communities. Enjoy a delicious four course meal. Help us celebrate our honorees. Hear testmonials from individuals impacted by your generosity. Participate in our Hope Auction. Proceeds benefit Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry’s inspiring work on behalf of at-risk youth, individuals, and families. Please help us continue the healing.
Seats may be purchased online through this site or you may print out and return this form with a check made payable to Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry, 800 McKnight Park Drive, Suite 802, Pittsburgh, PA 15237.
Sponsorships and program advertisements are also available. Please visit our website for details or call Wendy Cibula or Denise Patsko at 412-366-1300.
When & Where
Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry
Building hope and promoting healing and learning through
faith-based counseling and support services.
Founded in 1966, Anchorpoint Counseling Ministry (ACM), has grown to encompass the needs of individuals of all ages. ACM offers a unique holistic approach to strengthen family life that includes the integration of emotional, relational, and spiritual healing through individual and family counseling, parent education and prevention programs, and a tutoring/mentoring program.
Area churches created ACM (formerly the North Hills Youth Ministry Counseling Center) as a non-denominational outreach to teens. Today, ACM is a Healing and Educational Ministry providing:
• Professional counseling services: We conduct an average of 3,000+ counseling sessions annually. About 40% of our clients pay based on a sliding scale fee. Because of the generosity of individuals like you no one is denied service due to financial constraints.
• Parenting Education classes, workshops, and private parent coaching are available on child-rearing themes, family issues, and leadership training.
• Youth Development Program (Tutoring/Mentoring): Reducing the risks facing children is a great challenge. Our counseling focuses on improving the emotional, relational, and spiritual health of young clients and strives to restore effective communication within their families. The tutoring/mentoring component seeks to increase the self-worth and academic achievements of at-risk youth and focuses on helping these children achieve success in terms of completing homework, studying for tests, improving grades, strengthening their overall study skills, and fulfilling other curriculum requirements.