TIPP CITY — New Creation Counseling Center is one of eight organizations in the Miami Valley to receive grant funding from the CareSource Foundation.
“CareSource has been a very helpful and generous partner with NCCC in our mission to serve people regardless of ability to pay,” said John Jung, director of New Creation Counseling Center.
“The grant for $12,500 was to be used for general operational expenses, with the understanding that we have taken on an ambitious mission to serve people without regard to income. Especially in light of our increased investment in psychiatric services and service to the Medicaid population, CareSource Foundation executive director, Cathy Ponitz told us that they are highly aligned with our mission, and they would like to continue partnering with us in innovative ways to serve people in the Miami Valley area,” Jung said.
New Creation Counseling Center is a non-profit affiliate of Ginghamsburg Church. New Creation Counseling Center is a 501(c)(3) corporation dedicated to the holistic behavioral health care of the community. While New Creation Counseling Center is a faith-based organization, it serves people regardless of race, gender, ethnicity or faith orientation (or no faith orientation), regardless of ability to pay. New Creation Counseling Center believes in the restoration of health to the community by working collaboratively with other human services organizations to improve lives and give hope.
New Creation Counseling Center is a Commission on the Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) Certified organization. Visit newcreationcounselingcenter.org, or call 937.667.4678 for an appointment.