Sigil is a non-profit mental health counseling center that is fundraising to build a long-term safe-house for domestic abuse families and slave trafficking survivors to escape and recover.
Come see our BRAND NEW counseling facility, with its focus on privacy for clients!
Meet our wonderful counselors!
Chipotle is giving away burritos to the first 80 people that arrive!
Find out about how you can build your community!
Sweet Innovations Baking company is donating lots of cupcakes!
Attend our ribbon cutting with the Temecula Chamber of Commerce!
Meet the beauty queens from Tri-Valley Pageants and find out what they’re doing to support our cause!
Find out about our groups for Kids, Teens, and Adults!
Discover our mission to help domestic abuse survivors and what we are already doing in the community!
Tell your friends and family!
See you there!
THE PRESS RELEASE:
The mental health counseling center, Sigil Social Foundation, plans to open its doors to the public officially in November with Marriage and Family Therapists, Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Interns, and Trainees from around the area all working together to bolster and support its goals of providing the most open mental health counseling resource Temecula and Murrieta have ever had. Sigil has already been implementing multiple outreach programs, by partnering with USC’s School of Social Work and local mental health giants. “We’re going to continue bringing these resources to the community,” said Nate Fowler, the founder of Sigil. “Our goal is to not only be a resource, but to build a long term safe house for domestic abuse survivors and their families, as well as slave trafficking survivors escape and recovery. We continue to receive a wonderful outpouring of support from our volunteers and I am very grateful.”
With local support from Chipotle Mexican Grill Restaurants, Sweet Innovations Baking company, the Tri-Valley Pageant beauty queens, the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce, and many more organizations at the Grand Opening, Sigil is proud to be a part of such a supportive group of friends and colleagues.
Sigil was founded in 2012, doing outreach and bringing different groups that all had the same goals together. “In 2013, our goals grew, as did our connections and friendships,” said Fowler. “We’ve expanded so quickly that we needed offices to support our staff of volunteers and therapists. We’ve even received requests to start new offices in different states because of what we are doing differently.” Sigil also brought on its new Clinical Director, Robin Paulson, LMFT, who has decades of mental health and care experience.
The Sigil Social Foundation has been working with the local community non-profits directly and indirectly, building its roots for the last year and a half. “We try to make sure we are supporting everyone as much as we get support from them, if not more,” said Fowler. “Temecula and Murrieta are a strong community and we aim to make them even stronger. With many new group meetings and a group meeting room with a schedule quickly becoming full, more and more people are seeing just how change can be had within their lives.”
The Sigil Social Foundation opens its new office doors officially on November 9, 2013. The office address is 41715 Enterprise Circle N. Suite #102, Temecula, CA 92590.