St. Vincent Catholic Charities Counseling Services has been providing services to the mid-Michigan community for over 60 years, employing master level mental health professionals with a variety of clinical specialties. 

STVCC Counseling Services offers individual, children, family, couples and group counseling by professionally trained staff. Presenting issues are identified by the client with the help of a therapist and addressed in a safe and supportive environment that matches the client’s needs. 

The mission of Counseling services is to serve the Lansing and Surrounding Communities by providing nonjudgmental therapeutic services in a safe and nurturing setting. The core values of STVCC Counseling Services are integrity, respect, inclusion, the belief that people are intrinsically good, and can become even better when treated with compassion and a supportive emphasis on self-determination. 

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(517) 323.4734 ext. 1700

Monday – Thursday: 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

Extended hours are available!  

In cases of emergency please call 911.  STVCC is NOT a 24 hour crisis counseling service. 

How To Access Counseling Services

  • Services are available to residents of Ingham, Clinton and Eaton Counties. Services are available to people of all beliefs, ethnicities, genders, disabilities or ages.
  • Most major insurances are accepted.
  • Services are available on a sliding fee scale to those with limited income.
  • Interpretation and translation services can be made available in a variety of languages.
  • Please call, if you are unsure whether you qualify for services.  One of our intake staff will talk with you and answer any questions you might have.  To schedule an appointment, please call (517) 323.4734 ext. 1700.

What Issues Are Treated?

Therapy is offered for, but not limited to:

  • Abuse and trauma
  • Addiction
  • Anger Management
  • Anxiety
  • Child behavior issues
  • Communication Skills
  • Depression
  • Employment Issues
  • Family/couple conflicts
  • Family Illness
  • Financial Stressors
  • Grief and loss
  • PTSD
  • Self esteem issues
  • Substance abuse

Pregnancy Counseling

St. Vincent Catholic Charities is here to help women facing difficult choices involving an unplanned pregnancy. Our counselor will provide free, confidential counseling and will offer support, guidance and information to help those served process various options that respect, nurture and protect life.  To schedule and appointment with our Pregnancy Counselor, contact us at (517) 323-4734 ext. 1700.

Seasons: Supporting Families Through Serious Illness

Seasons BadgeFrom the point of diagnosis, Seasons is able to help children, teens, and adults cope with the changes that occur with serious illness.  The treatment Seasons provides positively affects the entire family, improving the healing process and creating family unity.  Weekly support groups are offered for children and teens ages 5-18, as well as for the adult living with illness and the caregiver in the family.  Support groups are facilitated by licensed mental health clinicians.  Learn more on the Seasons webpage.

STVCC is a proud partner of The Firecracker Foundation!

Through a partnership with The FirSTVCC & the Firecracker Foundation have a partnership to offer counseling services together.ecracker Foundation, St. Vincent Catholic Charities is now offering therapeutic services to a limited number of child survivors of sexual trauma at no cost to the consumer, whose families would otherwise be unable to afford high-quality, consistent care. To learn more about if you or someone you know qualifies for these services, please call us at 517.323.4734 ext. 1700 or visit The Firecracker Foundation website.