The mission of Bethel Family & Youth Resource Center is to provide integrated services for substance use and mental health problems.  Our mission is to provide a confidential, safe and healthy environment for those who are afflicted with consequences of addiction.

We will strive to provide: education, counseling and insight, integrated with bio-psycho-social services needed – providing our clients with the best opportunity to recover. We will work diligently to reduce the burden of illness, injury and disability and to improve the health functioning of the individuals we serve.

Bethel Counseling Services will continue the commitment to the welfare of youth and adults struggling with drug addiction and imprisonment. 

These directors were handpicked to continue the vision with their staff of caring individuals to provide mentorship for men and women returning from incarceration. The staff under the leadership will continue to focus on the social problems that plague our communities.

These new directors will continue to work to help restore people towards their usefulness in society.

Felicia R. Osborne

Th.D, DVA, LCAAS, Executive Director & CEO

Felicia Osborne is the older of two daughters of the co-founders. She is a certified counselor in HIV Prevention and Testing. She inherited the same commitment of her parents.

Ruth Tilghman

A. Ruth Tilghman

LCADC, ICADC, Clinical Supervisor

Ruth Tilghman is the new Clinical Supervisor at Bethel Counseling Services.

Our Founders

Reginald C. Osborne | LSW, RPS (Consultant – Retired Executive Director)
Marian Osborne | Ed. D, LCADC, WTS, CCS, CAC (Consultant – Clinical Director)

Mr. Reginald C. Osborne, Jr., and Dr. Marian Osborne have a lifelong commitment to the welfare of youth and adults struggling with drug addiction and imprisonment.

Mr. Osborne and Dr. Osborne along with their staff of caring individual provide mentorship for men and women returning from incarceration. They have always been conscious of the social problems that plague their communities, and at very young ages they made a commitment to work toward restoring people towards their usefulness in society.