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    Counseling That Makes a Difference

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Welcome to Family Life Counseling, serving communities in Richland, Crawford, Huron, Ashland, Holmes and Knox counties.

We are here to serve you and your family with counseling services that make a positive difference.

There are many families in our area facing desperate situations that involve mental health and substance use issues. Our therapy approach is to treat the entire family, not just the troubled individual. Our goal is to renew and maintain the natural family structure and support group with an emphasis on returning the individual to a healthy family and community life. Please feel free to browse our website - we hope that you will find what you are looking for!

Why Family Life?



Recent Updates

  • Family Life Counseling Opens New Shelby Office Family Life Counseling Opens New Shelby Office Due to the rapid growth of the Shelby office, Family Life Counseling was thrilled to purchase the former Nazarene Church building at 169 Mansfield Avenue. To celebrate, Family Life Counseling would like to cordially invite the Shelby community to th
  • Family Life Adds New Office Locations To better meet the mental health needs of our communities, Family Life Counseling has recently opened several new offices in the following locations: Our Bellevue office is at 3000 Seneca Industrial Pkwy, and the phone number is 567-560-3587. Our Loudonville office is at 127 North Water St, and the phone number is 567-560-3151. Our Norwalk office is at 87 West Main St, Ste B, and the phone number is 567-560-3584. Our Willard office is at 114 Blossom Center Blvd, and the phone number is 567-560-3586. Call for an appointment today.
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