Counseling at MoveFwd is free and confidential. You don’t need insurance or a referral. Call us and we will return your call the next business day to set up a meeting. Our masters-level counselors might meet you at our offices, your school, your home or even a coffee shop.
Asking for help can be the bravest thing to do.
At MoveFwd, we will focus on you. No judgment. We’re here to help you solve problems, whether they’re caused by family issues, chemical use, abusive relationships, neglect, depression, anxiety or stress.
Here are some of the problems we’ve helped
young people face:
- Arguing with parents
- Getting kicked out of their homes
- Failing grades
- Skipping school
- Trouble with teachers
- Using drugs and alcohol
- Safety issues with parents drinking or using drugs
- Feeling misunderstood
- Feeling depressed or anxious
- Dealing with parents’ separation or divorce
- Wanting to run away or being on the run
- Being homeless or on the brink of homelessness
It’s easy to use our free and confidential services.
- Call us at 952/988-TEEN (8336). A counselor will return your call by the next business day. Please speak clearly. Leave your name and a phone number where we can reach you.
- We’ll set up a place and time to meet. The counselor will meet you at the location most comfortable to you – school, our offices, a coffee shop or at your home.
It depends. The law says that you have the right to talk confidentially to an adult about things like chemical use and sexuality issues. We are required by law to report suicidal plans or threats to others. We’re here to listen to what’s on your mind. After talking to us, we generally encourage you to talk with your parents. It can be hard—we’re happy to be part of the conversation, if you want us there—but many times, young adults tell us they are relieved when they finally tell their parents about their problems.
Since we meet many youth at school, we must tell a counselor or social worker there that we are seeing you. We don't tell them the specifics of what we talk about.
Yes. Sometimes someone from your school will call and tell us that you might like to talk to one of our counselors. Many times, a parent calls us to talk through some parenting challenges. However, it is your decision to choose to talk to us.
You’ll talk to one of our caring, experienced masters-level counselors.