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The 5th Annual AGASTOCK is coming up!

Purchase Tickets! We are excited to announce that the 5th annual AGASTOCK benefit concert is coming up! Sunday July 29, 2017 3:30PM – 8:00PM Free admission for kids aged 16 and under The Echo 1822 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90026 Agastock is an annual benefit concert produced by Melissa Monroe to celebrate the life of her two-year old daughter, Alice Ferguson, who passed away in 2013. This is the fifth annual concert, as well as the fifth anniversary of Alice’s untimely death. Melissa credits SCCC’s Trauma & Resiliency Training & Services program with helping her get back on her feet after such a sudden and devasta...

SCCC thanks Melissa Monroe for Agastock 2017

Melissa Monroe with daughter Gracie On Sunday, July 23rd, musicians, family and friends of all ages gathered at The Echo to celebrate the life of Alice Ferguson during the 4th Annual Agastock concert.  Melissa Monroe, the event's organizer, brought together an incredible showcase of talent and support from across the United States to pay tribute to Alice. For the fourth year in a row, the Southern California Counseling Center's Trauma & Resiliency Program has had the honor of being named as sole beneficiary to all funds raised during the event.  Thanks to Melissa's passion, and the generosity of those whose lives she touches, Agastock 2017 ...

Agastock 2017 is around the corner!

Purchase Tickets! It is our great pleasure to announce that the 4th Annual Agastock concert is around the corner! Sunday July 23, 2017 2:30PM – 8:00PM Free admission for kids aged 16 and under The Echo 1822 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90026 Agastock is an annual benefit concert produced by Melissa Monroe to celebrate the life of her two-year old daughter, Alice Ferguson, who died of Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood in August of 2013.  This is the fourth annual concert, as well as the fourth anniversary of Alice's untimely death.  Melissa credits SCCC's Trauma & Resiliency Training & Services program with helping her get ...

“How EMDR at Southern California Counseling Center Saved Me” – Melissa Monroe, former client

  On July 24th, former SCCC client Melissa Monroe hosted the 3rd annual Agastock Music Festival at The Echo to benefit SCCC's Trauma & Resiliency Training & Services program.  This year, the event raised nearly $9,500 to help ensure those in need can access these highly effective services and support.  The event also celebrates the life of Melissa's daughter, Alice Ferguson, who died just 11 days after her second birthday, due to SUDC (Sudden Unexpected Death in Children).  Melissa credits the Trauma & Resiliency Training & Services program with helping her get back on her feet after such a sudden and devastating ...