In recognition of a growing need for counseling services in our community and surrounding area, parishioners from a local church gathered to address how to implement this outreach. After five years, ecumenical input and counsel from the Diocese, a board of directors was created and in 1982, the mission began. By 1990, it was apparent that this fast growing mission was expanding. The Center raised the capital funds to build a space that could serve more people in need.
Philosophy of Recovery
Our uniqueness lies primarily in our ability to provide services to individuals, couples, and families with a wide range of mental health needs. We provide diagnosis and treatment of mental and emotional disorders. We offer a holistic approach, including psychotherapy and psychiatric evaluation/medical management.
Commitment to Clients
We welcome individuals of all religious affiliations as well as those without. We serve a diverse population regardless of age, race, sexual identity and income which encompasses children, preteen/adolescents, adults, couples and families.