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Support Life Source Affordable Counseling by donating today.

By donating to Life Source Affordable Counseling, you will be helping us continue to provide affordable quality mental health services to individuals who otherwise would not have access to.

You can donate as low as $1 to help support our Mission and Vision. 

Benefits of Donating:

  • Tax write-offs.

  • Mental health advocacy.

  • You would be helping individuals acquire low-cost mental health services in Southern California.

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4 out of 10 Americans Can’t Access Mental Health Care When They Need it 

We believe that mental health is a fundamental right, yet millions of individuals in the United States struggle to access affordable mental health services. In a nation where mental health is a growing concern, too many people find themselves unable to afford the support they desperately need.

For countless Americans, the financial barrier to mental health care is a harsh reality. As the cost of services rises, individuals are left hurting, grappling with mental health challenges without the resources to seek help.

At Life Source, we are committed to changing this narrative. We understand that mental well-being is not a luxury but a necessity, and everyone deserves the chance to lead a mentally healthy life.

Life Source Affordable Counseling is a nonprofit organization dedicated to breaking down the financial barriers that hinder access to mental health services. We offer smart, sustainable solutions that bridge the gap between individuals in need and the mental health support they deserve.

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Your support can make a tangible difference. By contributing to Life Source Affordable Counseling you are enabling individuals across the California to access affordable mental health services. Together, we can turn the tide on the mental health crisis, providing relief and hope to those who need it most.

Together, we can create a brighter, healthier future for individuals facing mental health challenges.

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