Category: NEC NEWS

Northeastern Center Participating in Adventure Noble County

Adventure Noble Count is an interactive experience that inspires families with children to visit various locations throughout Noble County, Indiana by providing a “scavenger hunt” featuring our resident fairy, gnome, and troll homes to inspire imagination and teach participants about the culture and heritage of our beautiful communities. 

 

Shine LaGrange

SHINE LAGRANGE – Thank you to all who came out to the Shine LaGrange event held on Friday, at the Northeastern Center LaGrange office. Thank you to all the businesses that supported our passport including the Blue Gate Restaurant, KuKui’s Hawaiian Shaved Ice, Foltz Bakery, Banana Split, Crossroads Cafe, and Tiffany’s Fine Food.

NORTHEASTERN CENTER OFFERING FREE CRISIS COUNSELING TO ALL AREA ESSENTIAL WORKERS

Northeastern Center recognizes the importance of helping our communities meet the growing mental health needs as they relate to COVID -19. Northeastern Center recognizes anxiety, depression, substance use, and/or general distress may increase during these uncertain times, especially for essential workers and families directly impacted by COVID-19.

As the community counseling center for DeKalb, Noble, LaGrange, and Steuben counties, our staff is committed to providing help to those on the front lines of this pandemic.

Essential workers may access free crisis counseling by contacting their local Northeastern Center office.

To get help or for more information, contact the office closest to you Monday-Friday, 8am – 5pm, or Northeastern Center’s crisis line, available 24 hours a day.

 

  • Albion 260-636-6975
  • Angola 260-665-9494
  • Auburn 260-925-2453
  • Kendallville 260-347-4400
  • Lagrange 260-463-7144
  • 24-Hour Crisis Line: 800-790-0118

NORTHEASTERN CENTER PROVIDES CRISIS COUNSELING TO ESSENTIAL WORKERS, COVID-19 PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES

Northeastern Center recognizes the importance of helping our community meet the growing mental health needs as they relate to COVID -19. Northeastern Center recognizes anxiety, depression, substance use, and/or general distress may increase during these uncertain times especially for essential workers and families directly impacted by COVID-19.

As your community counseling center, Northeastern Center is committed to providing counseling to those on the front lines of this pandemic.

Virtual counseling is currently being provided to those in need. Contact the office closest to you Monday-Friday or Northeastern Center’s crisis line which is available 24 hours a day.

 Albion 260-636-6975

 Angola 260-665-9494

 Auburn 260-925-2453

 Kendallville 260-347-4400

 Lagrange 260-463-7144

Crisis line: 800-790-0118 (24 hours a day)

 

We are here for you

We are here for you…

Northeastern Center is accepting new clients in all of our outpatient offices via phone, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

To protect our clients and staff, whenever possible, we are utilizing telehealth technologies to deliver our services.

Please call the office nearest you for more information:

  • Albion: 260-636-6975
  • Kendallville: 260-347-4400
  • Angola: 260-665-9494
  • LaGrange: 260-463-7144
  • Auburn: 260-925-2453

 

New Promise House Coming August, 2020

Promise House will be a 4,017-square-foot facility with eight beds for short-term care, promoting wellness and recovery for adults. Promise House will replace a residential facility in DeKalb County

New Maintenance Building Coming August, 2020

The new maintenance building near Promise House will be 6,382 square feet and the central hub for all of the center’s maintenance and transportation services for Noble, DeKalb, LaGrange and Steuben counties. The center currently employs eight staff members for maintenance.