July 2021- FCCS completed the IRS requirements to qualify as a charitable 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, giving us the opportunity to apply for state and federal grants and to receive generous donations from individuals and businesses so that we can better help the communities we serve.
September 2020- FCCS filed Amended Articles with the California Secretary of State, and was approved for non-profit status.
May 2020- FCCS acquired the neighboring office space, adding three more therapy rooms, plus a lending library, to better support our amazing clients.
April 2020- While sessions and visits were conducted online during the earliest part of the Covid-19 pandemic, staff were also busy converting the under-utilized classroom space into a multi-sensory environment (MSE) to aid in the healing and restoration of anxiety, ADHD, depression, the trauma-response, and to assist children who have indicators of ASD.
January 2020- Having clearly outgrown its original tiny space, FCCS moved to a multi-office suite on E. Lindo Avenue, and additional staff joined the growing team.
July 2019- Administrative support, Jayme Schlager, was added to help us stay organized.
July 2019- FCCS hired its first Clinical staff, Tiffany Runge, who expanded community-based services to the Oroville community.
June 2019- FCCS expanded Supervised Visitation services to Redding, adding Supervised Visitation support staff, Bryony Hottendorf, in Shasta County.
March 2019- FCCS hired its first employee, Roxanna Taylor, a Supervised Visitation Provider.
January 2019- FCCS officially began providing therapeutic and supervised visitation services from a one-room, 200 square foot (walk-in closet sized) office at 572 Rio Lindo Avenue in Chico, California.
FCCS is directed by Melinda Haynes, MA, California LMFT license number 102308. Oklahoma LMFT license number 1153. North Carolina LMFT license number 2143.