Drumm Farm provides trauma-informed, culturally competent counseling to children in foster care and youth who are experiencing housing instability across Jackson County.
Drumm focuses on helping young people ages 3-22 develop emotional safety and nurture healthy lifelong connections. Our team utilizes individualized, integrated therapy models to provide ongoing support for youth and their families at no cost to them.
We have four full-time, experienced therapists that are able to meet people in their communities. All are passionate about serving youth, adapting to each client’s needs and promoting mental, emotional, and general wellbeing.
Full-time therapists are available to meet with youth to address life experiences and challenges related to trauma, self esteem, depression, anxiety, substance use/abuse, safe/healthy choices, relationships, and more.
Clients receive services in locations most convenient and appropriate for them.
To learn more about our clinical services, please contact
Counseling services at Drumm are made possible in part by funding through the Children Services Fund
of Jackson County.