Religion is easily accessible personal and family therapy! Think about it! Whatever religion you are affiliated with meets on a specific day each week. Some churches even have youth groups, worship (choir) groups, and other activities throughout the week. These serve as community builders and support systems for everyone in the family. Even if a person isn't as active in the church that they go to by going to all of these activities, s/he knows when the main worship service is and can feel a sense of belonging to a community. Sometimes people feel left out in these areas, too, but as a whole, religion is a good community builder and refuge from the storms of life. The spiritual leaders who are available for their congregation, too, are deeply involved in their paritioners' lives. That adds support to individuals and families, too, where counselors could be tough to find (a good one) and expensive.