Summit Guidance Center (SGC) is a grassroots, organization founded in 2011 by a small group of bilingual/bicultural mental health professionals. It is dedicated to providing culturally competent mental health and other social services to families, including refugee and immigrant with multiple layers of complex needs, exposure to violence and trauma both in their current environment and in their native countries, and weakening intergenerational relationships.
 Staff in this agency speaks multiple languages including English, Somali, Arabic, Oromo, Amharic, and Swahili.