Need help? 24-Hour Crisis Line: 855-5CRISIS (855-527-4747)

Sponsors and Donors

The coronavirus has put our community in place of uncertainty—and uncertainty is scary.

Phoenix Counseling Center would like to recognize certain sponsors and supporters with providing us much needed supplies to continue to ensure the health and safety of our clients and staff.

John A & Viddia Torbett 500 surgical masks
Robert J. Kellogg Contact to John Torbett
Meagen Miller Cloth masks
Karen Edwards 50 mask surgical
Pam Mills Cloth masks
Mrs. Donna Crotts Cloth masks
Ms. Sherry Vess Cloth masks
Mrs. Alice Wright Cloth masks
Alicia Harris surgical masks
Lisa Marisiddaiah Cloth masks
Kathy Harrington Connected us with person who donated 8 boxes of gloves
Karen Guzek Cloth masks
Kimm Santa Cloth masks
Giang Nguyen gloves
Ann Demayo masks
Andrew Porter/Doc Porter’s Distillery 7.5 gallons of hand sanitizer
Stephanie Broyhill Cloth masks
Dr. Chani Kochhar Masks, N95 Masks, Disinfectant Spray, Lysol Wipes




Our first goal is to relieve the immediate pain and trauma resulting from the crisis. The next step is to provide the ongoing support that’s needed for long-term healing or recovery.  


Wherever you are in Gaston, Lincoln or Cleveland counties, we’re ready to help. We have two Crisis & Recovery Centers, three outpatient facilities, a Mobile Crisis Team and a halfway house for women’s substance abuse.


Our Gaston and Cleveland Crisis and Recovery Centers are open 24/7/365 — and our 24-Hour Crisis Line is always available every hour, every day of the year.


At Phoenix, we believe cost should never be a barrier to getting the help you need. Our services are available on a sliding scale, which means you pay what you can afford. We also accept Medicaid and health insurance policy payments.