The counseling program is comprised of licensed counselors and/or counselors working towards licensure, who provide assistance and guidance in resolving personal, social, or psychological problems and difficulties.
As a primary prevention service, the Community Education program utilizes professional facilitators for a variety of classes teaching individuals to incorporate new skills into their lives and relationships, resulting in improved coping and healthier family systems.
Our staff is comprised of compassionate individuals devoted to finding innovative ways to serve the community.
National Infant Mortality Awareness Month begins September 1st, but the pain and grief felt by families who have lost a child never ends. The loss of a child affects the whole community and we want to support families through their grief process. We hope you will join...read more