The Philosophy at Macedonia Support Network:

We believe that with the proper support, women, children and families possess the capacity to heal. It is our role to help children and families identify what strengths they possess and assist them in leveraging these skills and resources to overcome obstacles and live empowered lives. Our services embrace the five values of trauma informed care: safety, choice, collaboration, empowerment, and trustworthiness.

Therapy Services​

- Child Counseling

- Play Therapy

- Family Counseling

- Coping & Adjusments

- Anger Management

- Group Therapy

​Educational Services

- Assessment & Evaluation


- Learning Difficulties

- Cognitive Testing

- School Visits

Speech & Language

​- Articulation Disorders

- Expressive Disorders

- Oral-Motor Difficulties

- Resonance/Voice Disorders

- Pronunciation Difficulties

- Communication Difficulties

Occupational Therapy​

- Pervasive Developmental Disorders

- Gross and Fine Motor Delays

- Developmental Delays
- Coordination & Balance Problems
- Attention & Concentration Problems
- Learning Problems

School Observation

- Direct observation in school setting​

- Collaborate with teachers on tasks​
- Develop techniques to communicate​
- Assist with program modification​
- Provide resources for school staff​

Articles & Resources

Women and Children-Center

Children thrive best in a safe environment that provides consistency, structure and nurturance. Our services are delivered with an empathic response that includes the women, children and community’s voice and participation, which leads to individualized, strengths-based interventions. This approach builds skills, give hope and strive for sustainable outcomes. We believe wholeness is best achieved with a cooperate approach among all involved parties.


Families work best when they are heard, respected, and empowered to define their needs and embrace their capacity to heal. Our services are delivered to the family unit with a culturally competent, empathic and systemic framework. This approach promotes family engagement that strives for increased cohesion and change within the family. Sustainability is only achieved when change occurs within the framework of the family.


The families respond best to treatment that includes the community and culture in which they live. Our service provides information on how to increase and promote public awareness of the problems of domestic abuse and teen dating violence by disseminating information to the community. This child-centered, family-focused approach is reliant upon a community network that is proactively engaged. Sustainability is contingent upon community support and accountability for maintaining the safety, well-being, and permanency of the child and family. It is our duty to heighten community and legislative awareness of the difficult challenges that face families.