TORRINGTON – New Hope Counseling is delighted to announce an open house for the newly remodeled facility next door to their original building on the 100 block of West 21st Street in Torrington on Sept. 11 from 2-4 p.m. The new facility was purchased from Jack and Debbie Gibson in January, the former owners of Gibson Studios. The remodeling began in February and is now complete.
New Hope Counseling would like to extend special thanks to Jack and Debbie for allowing them to purchase the building and for the many, many years they served the community.
New Hope Counseling hopes to serve the community as well as they have increased their staff and now their space.
The community is invited to come and tour the new facility and join in refreshments.
The remodeling was done by Jason Cain. Cain’s amazing workmanship has created a very pleasant counseling environment. In the building, he created three offices, three bathrooms, a waiting room, a receptionist’s office, staff room and a conference room which they anticipate using soon for conferences, retreats and groups.
Numerous other people assisted Jason in the construction: Derek Baker, Dusty Moore, Richard Hahn, Shane Andrews and Jacob Cain. The merchants in the area who also provided materials are Arrow Electric, Newcomb HVAC, Kaufman Glass, Culligan Water, Century Lumber and Bloedorn Lumber. A special thanks to all who assisted in this project.
“We would love to have you join us in the celebration!” New Hope Counseling said in a press release.
Their staff will be available as well during the event. Secretaries Cathy Sishc and Tracy Rodgers, therapists Jaron Frederick, Lusk Johns, Jody Kimbrel, Brianna Brooks, Jessica Rotz, Crystal Patterson and Deborah Rodgers will all be present.
The goal of the group is to provide services to the community and to restore hope to those who struggle.
The new facility will be dedicated in honor of Winnie Weber, 1922-2020.