When I first started counseling at The Cabin I was not sure how I would be able to afford going week after week. The Samaritan Fund allowed me to continue to attend these lifesaving sessions. I never felt like I was looked down upon or treated any differently than anyone else who was paying the full fee.
I am grateful that I was able to continue my sessions because of the generosity of people who believed in the vision, mission, and ongoing help The Cabin was making in people’s lives. I am grateful for this place of healing, not only for me, but I believe for many others. I have referred several people to The Cabin, knowing that these friends who desperately needed to be in counseling would be able to get the care they needed.
Just as The Samaritan Fund helped me when I first began my journey of healing, they, too, were able to afford their therapy because the practice of The Cabin is to see that no one is turned away because they cannot afford it.