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Allow us to introduce the newest member of our team – Bella, the Comfort Dog. She will be in the office more regularly in the days ahead as compared to last year. If you are alergic to dander please let your counselor know and we will not invite Bella to join your session. As a Maltipoo she is not prone to shed. 1.6.24

Rate Increase: For the first time in two years we need to increase our private (self) pay rates to keep pace with our costs. The new rates will take effect on January 1, 2024 for all new clients. Fees for current clients will increase 30 days after they have been notified. A signed, updated Good Faith Estimate / Financial Form will be initiated and recorded as required by state law. 12.28.23

Updated No-Show & Cancelation Notification Policy and Associated Fees: Effective January 1, 2024 – required cancellation notification time period will change from 24 to 48 hours. Cancellation fee will be adjusted from $55 per occurrence to $75 per occuarance. The purpose of the change is to cut down the number of unnecessary cancellations which minimizes the effective use of the counselor’s time and expertise. It will give the office staff more opportunity to offer the unused time slot to someone who needs it. 12.28.23

Martin White has completed his graduate program and is now seeking God’s guidance concerning his next professional step. Hopefully, Martin will decide to rejoin Homestead Hope for his LPC Associate training. 12.15.23

Congratulations to Whitney Winkleman who has recently celebrated five years as Senior Office Aministrator. She has done a fabulous job in making sure the office operations run smoothly! 5.1.23

Effective May 1, 2023: All credit card transactions will incur a three percent (3%) service fee to help cover the high cost using the bank system and their associated security protocols. 4.1.23

Congratulations to Dreyton Wyatt who has been awarded his full counselor license. He is now officially an Licensed Professional Counselor – no longer an associate. 

We would like to welcome Kathleen Mohler to our staff who has displaced Martin White as the newest member of our staff. She started her internship with us in January 2023. Welcome aboard!! 1.15.23

Due to ongoing health reasons for both staff and clients, we must insist that every person coming into our office refrain from using any type of perfume, scented sprays, or cologne. Because of the seriousness of the situation, non-complying individuals will be asked to reschedule their appointment. 12.13.22

Congratulations to Katie Hopkins, LPC who has completed 10 years of dedicated service to our clients. During a very low-key office ceremony she was awarded a standing crystal plaque that states: “In Grateful Recgonition – Katie Hopkins, LPC – For 10 Years of Excellent & Dedicated Service. Excemplifying Care and Comapssion to those whom God has brought to You.” Below the statement is 1 Thess 5.11 which says: “Therefore encouarage one another and build up one another, just as you also are doing.” I beleive I speak for our staff and Katie’s clients as well, ‘thank you for a job well done, for caring for those God has entrusted to you.’ 11.16.22

We would like to welcome Martin White to our staff who has displaced Dreyton Wyatt as the newest member of our staff. He started his internship with us in August 2022. Welcome aboard!! 08.12.22

We would like to welcome Dreyton Wyatt to our staff as our newest Licenced Professional Counselor Associate. You may learn more about him on our Staff page. 2.7.22

Congradulations to Whitney Winkleman, our senior office adminsitrator, who was recently awarded her Board Certified Advanced Christian Life Coach credential. She is the first certified life coach to serve here at Homestead Hope Counseling and is now receiving life coaching clients. For more information go to the Services tab.  2.7.22

Our office staff typically works between 8:30am to 3:30 – 4pm, Monday through Friday. On Saturday we normally have someone in the office from 8:30 to 3pm.  Sunday is a family day. We attempt to have someone in the office during normal business hours, but when that isn’t possible, or when the staff is on the phone already when you call, be sure to leave a voice mail message and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. You may also send an email to [email protected]. 2.7.22