Support Journey

Journey Counseling Ministries is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. We have been abundantly blessed by donors’ generosities throughout the past 10 years. Donations help cover our operating costs and greatly contribute to our Client Assistance Fund which allows us to provide counseling to children, families, and individuals who would not otherwise be able to afford counseling.

Your support assists healing work as clients deal with issues like divorce, anxiety, depression, sexual abuse, domestic violence, and relational struggles.  To read about our work in 2022, click here for the Journey End of Year Letter.

If you are interested, here are a couple ways to make a financial contribution to Journey:

Support by check payable to Journey Counseling Ministries.

Journey Counseling Ministries
c/o JCM Administrator
Dayton, VA 22821

Support now by credit card using Paypal. 

In July of 2023, Journey’s founder, John Kuebler, passed from earth into eternity in Heaven. His family requested that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be given to Journey Counseling Ministries or to Covenant Presbyterian Church. If you would like to make a donation to Journey in his memory, please notate this by including a note when mailing a check to the address above. Or, if you are sending support via paypal/credit card, you can email Loretta at to designate your support in memory of John. Thank you.

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