Laurence E. Schmidt Family Resource Center
The Laurence E. Schmidt Family Resource Center, located at the Annie B. Wells campus, has a mission to provide confidential, compassionate care to people seeking emotional, behavioral and spiritual healing and wholeness.
Professional counselors provide individual, group, family, couples and clergy therapy and counseling for issues such as:
Panic and Anxiety Disorders
Separation and Divorce Issues
Work and School Difficulties
Anger and Stress Management
The Schmidt Family Resource Center website will be coming soon!
713 Old Warren Road
Monticello, AR 71655
8am to 5pm
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