Author Archives: Julianne Day

Fountain Hill Works to Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month For the last 35 years, April has been a time for communities all across the country to work on increasing awareness of child abuse and neglect and to provide prevention resources and strategies. Over the last month, organizations… continue reading Fountain Hill Works to Prevent Child Abuse and Neglect

Welcome, Dr. Jessica Gladden

The Fountain Hill Center is pleased to welcome new counselor Jessica Gladden as a part-time member of our permanent staff. Jessica will be seeing clients at the Grand Rapids Office on Tuesday afternoons and evenings, while continuing to teach in Ferris State University’s Social Work… continue reading Welcome, Dr. Jessica Gladden

Laughing Matters Raises $17,000+ for Counseling Services

Since Laughing Matters began in 2015, The Fountain Hill Center has been both humbled and gratified by how much our community supports our Lakeshore Counseling Office. Each year, we seem to attract more business sponsors, sell more tickets, and achieve higher levels of community engagement,… continue reading Laughing Matters Raises $17,000+ for Counseling Services

2018 Laughing Matters Story Contest Winners

Every February, The Fountain Hill Center’s Lakeshore Counseling Office celebrates joy, healing, and flourishing with our annual fundraiser, Laughing Matters. This year, we invited students to celebrate with us by sharing stories about a time when laughing mattered to them. Our Story Contest was open… continue reading 2018 Laughing Matters Story Contest Winners

Asking the Right Questions in the Wake of Las Vegas

As the days go by, and it becomes clearer and clearer that many questions about the Oct. 1, 2017, shooting in Las Vegas will likely never be answered, our Men’s Resource Center of West Michigan therapists, Randy Flood, Al Heystek, and Otha Brown, weigh in… continue reading Asking the Right Questions in the Wake of Las Vegas