The Counseling Center of Wayne and Holmes Counties (TCC) has strengths in many areas.
The organization has been offering services to the local communities for over 60 years.
The Mental Health and Recovery Board admires TCC for how it helps the community through a full spectrum of services for its citizens. It indicated that the organization doubles the outcomes for persons served with half the money other organizations have tried to do.
The organization is true to its mission and provides quality services, using evidence-based practices, with good outcomes. Some of the programs that are provided include Teen Works, Leadership Academy, the jail program, Amish counseling support, Mobile Crisis Units, and many other viable programs.
The bulletin, Center Update, acknowledges staff accomplishments. The organization values staff and has education and training opportunities and funds to keep staff current with evidence- based practices and licensing renewals.
Staff members are acknowledged as experts in many areas and provide trainings and continuing education units in a variety of subjects, such as working with the uninsured, suicide prevention, violence prevention, trauma, divorce, parenting, autism, bullying, and eating disorders.
Leadership and staff serve on many committees in the community to effect change, including Public Policy Committee of Ohio Council of Behavioral Health and Family Services, Advisory Board of the Child Advocacy Center, Suicide Coalition, and as a member of Ohio and National Council of the Mental Health Corporation of America. The current governor of the state appointed one staff member to serve on the Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage and Family Therapist Board.
TCC started NAMI Wayne and Holmes Counties and then helped it become its own entity.
The organization is known for its highly qualified staff members who have devoted their lives to helping others. The organization has a cohesive team of highly skilled professionals dedicated to excellent counseling services.
Awards banquets, community events, and other activities to reduce stigma are woven into the fabric of the culture. Staff and leadership care.
The organization has an impressive history as first place recipient of the Service of Excellence Award for Case Management from the Mental Health Corporation of America.
Persons served expressed positive experiences through receiving services at TCC. One individual stated, "The staff is incredible, they literally saved my life, coming here, I've learned how to survive."
The clinical and support staffs are passionate about the services provided at TCC and committed to continuous improvement and innovation.
TCC is recognized by its major funders for its commitment to the community and its commitment to further expand mental health recovery services, as evidenced by the current expansion of supportive housing units on its campus.
There is respect for and an awareness of the ethnic and cultural diversity issues of persons served.
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The Counseling Center of Wayne and Holmes Counties 2285 Benden Drive Wooster, OH 44691 Main Office: (330) 264-9029 Toll Free: (877) 264-9029 Fax: (330) 263-7251