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Your donation will help make our community healthier. Right here. Right now.

Please help us continue to provide low-cost mental health services to the people of Los Angeles County. All of the tragic events that are continually in the news underscore the importance of accessible and affordable mental health care. Support the Maple Counseling Center’s critically needed work with a fully tax-deductible donation, and know that you’ve helped someone – a child, a family, a senior, a student, your friend or neighbor – get the help that they need. Because of you, we are proud to say that no one is turned away due to lack of funds.

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Since 1972, The Maple Counseling Center has helped over 157,000 people of all ages manage the hurdles of emotional times, regardless of their ability to pay. In 2016 alone, TMCC made the following impact with the help of your contributions during 2016:

  • 1,800 clients received individual, family, and couples counseling at The Maple Counseling Center headquarters office, including 22,856 service hours.
  • 3,025 children and adolescents received TMCC services in our local schools, including over 1,500 school based counseling sessions.
  • 1,045 students benefited from the Community Circle Program.
  • 231 clients received services at other community based partner sites.

With an average fee of just $24.17 a visit and often going as low as $2, TMCC services are affordable for low-income individuals and families throughout Los Angeles County.

People pay what they can afford.

Annually, 72% of our clients earn less than $30,000, and 25% under $10,000. 40% of TMCC’s clients are unemployed, underemployed, disabled, or retired.


If you have any questions about supporting TMCC or
would like to learn more about our important work in the community, please contact Marcy Kaplan at (310) 271-9999 x219 or mkaplan@tmcc.org.

The Center relies on the support of its donors to continue to provide
mental health services for the community.