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"... My Samaritan therapist helped me so much; I could never thank her enough. She was a gift straight from Heaven.”
"Sandra," former client
Women Helping Women in Need
When a woman in crisis seeks help at Samaritan, but lacks the resources to pay, she can qualify for financial aid based on household income and family size. Typically, a woman who is eligible will pay an average of $40 per session--sometimes less.
Knowing this, we can estimate the number of sessions a woman can receive for a certain dollar figure. The more sessions she has, the more she can progress through identifying the roots of her pain, learning coping skills, healing from trauma, and experiencing spiritual and personal growth.
Tier of Health: $125 helps a woman in crisis set treatment goals with the assistance of her therapist.
Tier of Healing: $250 helps a woman address her hidden wounds, uncovering and exploring issues that may have been buried and never dealt with.
Tier of Hope: $500 helps a woman establish a plan for healthy living--learning how to deal with emotions, manage stress, attain life balance and carve out time for self-care.
Tier of Strength: $1,000 empowers a woman to use the tools and insight she gained from counseling to transform her life.