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Southern Hills Counseling Center Charity Profile
Southern Hills Counseling Center, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization governed by a Board of volunteer directors. Southern Hills Counseling Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in employment practices or in the delivery of services. Southern Hills is a member of the Indiana Council of Community Mental Health Centers.
If you live in Dubois, Perry, Spencer, Orange or Crawford County, you can call Southern Hills Counseling Center. The staff at the Center offer counseling and treatment services to children & teenagers, adults, older persons and families. Our professional staff members also work with businesses, schools, civic organizations and community groups to educate people on the importance of good mental health and to inform the public on how and when to seek counseling services.
Southern Hills was established in 1968 and serves the residents of Dubois, Perry, Spencer, Orange, and Crawford Counties in southwestern Indiana.
Southern Hills is a not-for-profit community mental health center governed by an 11-member, volunteer Board of Directors. The Center employs over 130 full and part-time staff members at its five county offices and four residential facilities.
Services are provided in Jasper (Dubois County), English (Crawford County), Paoli (Orange County), Tell City (Perry County), and Rockport and Dale (Spencer County). A full array of services including individual, family, and group counseling, psychological assessment, psychiatric consultation, educational programs, and rehabilitative day treatment is available throughout the five counties served by Southern Hills.
Southern Hills also provides Employee Assistance Programs designed to meet the needs of employees and area businesses and provides inpatient services in conjunction with Memorial Hospital.
In Fiscal Year 2008, Southern Hills served 3,405 clients - 1,042 from Dubois County, 632 from Perry County, 523 from Spencer County, 711 from Orange County, and 346 from Crawford County. Services were also provided to 151 individuals living outside the five county service area.