The Samaritan Counseling Center’s mission begins and ends with people and our community.

Services For Your Faith Community

Services Samaritan Counseling Center offers through its Clergy and Congregation Care Program include:

  • Strategic Thinking and Planning
  • Church Leadership Consultation
  • Leadership Transitions in all Phases
  • Team/Staff Development
  • Congregational Discernment/Decision-making Processes
  • Conflict Resolution and Management
  • Crisis Response
  • Communication Issues
  • Developing Flexibility
  • Judicatory Level consultation and training

Learn more about Clergy & Congregation Care.

For more information on the above and other services, please call David Miron, Coordinator, Clergy and Congregation Care, at 717-560-1949, extension 108 or email him at dmiron@scclanc.org

Congregations have the opportunity to benefit from the Center’s Partnership in Ministry Program that supports and extends the ministry of the church. Through partnership, the Center makes its professional counseling, educational and consultation services more accessible to church members, clergy and staff. In a covenant agreement, Partner congregations advance the mission of the Samaritan Counseling Center through an annual financial contribution to the Center’s Samaritan Fund, which supports the Center’s services and programs. Referrals, prayer and promotional support are also requested.

For more information on the Center’s Partnership in Ministry Program, please visit our Partners page.

KEY INITIATIVES

Teen Depression & Suicide

Implementing a proven teen-screening program in Lancaster County schools that identifies students struggling with depression, suicidal thoughts, anxiety and substance use.

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Child Sexual Abuse

Expanding the Center’s nationally-recognized Safe Church Program that provides education and training to future pastors, volunteers and staff working with children.

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Ethics in Business

We shine the spotlight on local businesses and organizations that “do well by doing good,” while our annual program provides resources for people looking to establish ethics best practices.

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