Christian Counseling Center New Leaf Resources Breaks Ground for New Office Near DeMotte
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Christian Counseling Center New Leaf Resources Breaks Ground for New Office Near DeMotte

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(From left)  Curt Albertson, Project Manager at the Hamstra Group and Sam Wireman of Von Excavating joined New Leaf Resources Board President Rev. Joel Sheeres, Executive Director Terry Top, Family Therapist Donna Southard, Board Member Liz Dorn and volunteer Donna Hamstra of Century 21 Affiliated, to announce plans to build an 1845 square foot office near DeMotte.  Located on 1100 North near 231, the non-profit Christian counseling center will feature three counseling offices and a large meeting room.

CROWN POINT | Recognizing the need for mental health services in Jasper County, New Leaf Resources, a Christian counseling center, rented a small office space in Wheatfield and started providing counseling in 2012. “Because there are limited mental health resources in the area, residents had to drive to towns such Crown Point, Merrillville or Lafayette for counseling,” said Executive Director Terry Top. “Now, with so many residents seeking care, we have outgrown our current space and are ready to put down stakes and have a permanent home near DeMotte.”

“We’ve had tremendous support and encouragement from the community to expand our services and we feel very welcome here,” Top said. “In fact, the licensed therapy staff at the new DeMotte location, including a professional counselor, a social worker and a marriage & family therapist are all Jasper County residents."

For more than 30 years, the organization has been providing hope, help and healing to those who are battling addictions, suffering from depression or anxiety, dealing with a loss, abuse or other personal or relational problems. With offices in Lansing, Crown Point and Wheatfield, New Leaf Resources offers professional mental health counseling for individuals, couples, children, adolescents and families. For more information call (708) 895-7310 or visit www.newleafresources.org.

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