A Community For Support
Partners For Strong Families
Josh and Cassie Spurlock founded Partners For Strong Families in 2011 with a conviction that families are the building blocks of society. Strengthen families and you strengthen the whole community. This belief has been a driver for Josh and Cassie their entire married life.
Professionally Josh has spent his career as a marriage counselor helping families stay intact and parents be able to model healthy relationships for their children. As a family Josh and Cassie have served the community as foster parents for over 50 kids, and adopting 5 along the way.
Launching Partners For Strong Families was simply a continuation of the work Cassie and Josh were already involved in, with a goal of increasing the scale of the mission: To strengthen families by increasing access to excellent counseling services and marriage resources.
Since 2011, Partners For Strong Families, through a strategic partnership with Paraclete Ministry Group LLC, dba MyCounselor.Online, has served over 2,500 families, with more than 30,000 hours of counseling, granting over $500,000 in scholarships.
Since its inception in 2011, PFSF has been focused on serving communities in southwest Missouri. In 2017 an initiative was launched to expand counseling services nation wide through MyDevice video counseling sessions and AccessPoints.
Our goal is that every family earnestly desiring to be stronger can access excellent help in doing so regardless of their location or ability to pay fully for their counseling.
Please consider partnering with us to make this dream a reality!
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Give the gift of a brighter future. The gift of counseling goes far beyond a material gift, it changes the future. Know someone who could benefit from working with a Christian counselor and want to help them make it possible?
Through a relationship with Partners For Strong Families you can make a tax deductible donor advised gift to help an individual or family get the help they need.