Mental Health Month is a time to raise awareness for the challenges faced by our residents and their families. It’s a time to acknowledge their pain and show support for their wellbeing. Emily Frazier, LISW-S, Clinical Director of our Children’s Residential Center, gives us insight into youth mental health and how we can surround young lives with the best treatment.
As we continue in this challenging time, we are incredibly grateful for your prayers and support. We want to be a resource of hope and encouragement to you as well. The changes brought on because of the health crisis will affect each of us differently. You are navigating uncharted territory. But you are not alone.
While it is our ministry to help hurting kids, we equally believe that child abuse and neglect is preventable. As we continue in Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Month, Emily Frazier, LISW-S, Clinical Director of our Children’s Residential Center shares what individuals and families need to be healthy and safe.
CCHO and our family of ministries is filled with licensed professional counselors who help children and adults achieve their goals through empathy, insight and faith. We are deeply grateful for the contributions of our agency’s counselors throughout the year and acknowledge them especially this month in observance of Counseling Awareness Month.
Encompass Christian Counseling, a ministry of CCHO, is hosting a four-week parenting series called Parenting from the Heart with a focus on topics relevant to raising today’s kids. We hope you’ll join us!
Instead of winning ribbons, Carbon now wins over the hearts of any person that he interacts with.
I continue to be involved with CCHO in volunteer capacities. I co-chair the mission team at Orrville Christian Church, which is supporting church of CCHO. CCHO will always have a special place in my heart.