We are here for you. Now, and
whenever you may need us.
Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, we are able to provide a wide range of counseling services to all members of the community, regardless of your ability to pay.
We want you to feel welcomed – so come have a great conversation with us.
The Kilgore Samaritan Counseling Center, Inc. has been accredited by The Solihten Institute since 1986. Solihten is a national accreditation body that provides affiliated centers with educational events, training, leadership development, new program development, national representation, research, administrative and financial consultation, as well as management resources.
The Solihten Institute’s mission is to help provide integrated, team-oriented, cost-efficient counseling and services that enhance mind, body, spirit and community.
Accreditation ensures that The Kilgore Samaritan Counseling Center adheres to the Institute’s high clinical and administrative and professional accountability standards that are recognized nationally by managed care companies, denominations, and colleagues in the field.
Following Solihten Institute standards, Kilgore Samaritan Counseling Center is staffed with both a consulting psychologist, licensed social workers, licensed marriage and family therapist, licensed alcohol and drug clinical counselor and chaplain to help provide fully integrated care for our clients.
Partners In Ministry
Kilgore Samaritan Counseling Center is a ministry of Second Presbyterian Church and St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church.
Second Presbyterian Church
Sharing the grace of God with each other and the world around us
Second Presbyterian Church has a rich history of service to the wider church and community. The Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary first met at Second Presbyterian. Members have helped found agencies of caring such as The Cabbage Patch Settlement House and The Presbyterian Community Center. They have provided leadership and are active participants in mission agencies such as United Crescent Hill Ministries, Bellewood Children’s Home, and The Wayside Christian Mission.
Steve Jester, Pastor
3701 Old Brownsboro Road at Chenoweth Lane
St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal
Mission – Community – Meaning – Identity – Hope
St. Francis in the Fields also is deeply involved in the community and wider church. It supports a variety of ministries here in Louisville, including the Backstretch Ministry at Churchill Downs, Home of the Innocents and The Cabbage Patch Settlement house, as well as a program to educate young people at the David School in Kentucky’s Appalachia region, and church building in San Cristobal and San Rafael in the Dominican Republic.
The Rev. Clint Wilson, Rector
6710 Wolf Pen Branch Road at U.S. Highway 42
Harrods Creek, KY 40027
502-228-1176 ext. 2428
Partners in the Community
Kilgore has expanded its reach by collaborating, coordinating and implementing mental health wellness programs with Jefferson County Public Schools, West End School, and The Healing Place. Our outreach continues to grow in working with other school districts that surround greater Louisville.
We must learn to regard people less in light of what they do or omit to do, and more in the light of what they suffer.