Families First moving to new facility

Families First in Boone County (Logo Provided)
Families First in Boone County (Logo Provided)

LEBANON, Ind. (WLFI) – A counseling center serving families and individuals throughout Boone County is moving its office to a new location.

Families First of Boone County is moving to 396 N. Mount Zion Road in Lebanon. Representatives said the move will be complete by Friday and the new office will be open to the public on Monday, April 21.

Families First Senior Vice President, Michelle Gwaltney, told News 18 in a release that she is excited about the change.

“We’re really looking forward to relocating to a newer, bigger space in Lebanon,” Gwaltney said. “We’ll be able to create a more comfortable, accessible environment for our clients and staff, and we’ll also have the potential to expand our breadth of services in the future.”

The facility, which has been open since 1980, provides affordable mental health services in the Lebanon area, representatives said.

According to Families First, its center offers a variety of services, including individual and family counseling, substance abuse treatment and domestic violence education.

For more information about their services or to schedule an appointment, please call 765-482-6396.

To learn more Families First of Boone County, visit the Families First website.

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