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Welcome, Helen Ceballo-Hernandez

The Fountain Hill Center is pleased to welcome new counselor Helen Ceballo-Hernandez as a member of our permanent staff! Helen will be seeing clients in our Grand Rapids office on Tuesdays, from 8 AM to 7 PM, and will gradually be making more hours available… continue reading Welcome, Helen Ceballo-Hernandez

Bienvenido, Helen Ceballo-Hernandez

¡El Centro Fountain Hill se complace en dar la bienvenida a la nueva consejera Helen Ceballo-Hernandez! Helen estará viendo clientes en nuestra oficina de Grand Rapids los martes, de 8 am a 7 pm, y poco a poco estará haciendo más horas disponibles para los… continue reading Bienvenido, Helen Ceballo-Hernandez

FHC Welcomes Spanish-speaking Counselor, Lisbet Brito

The Fountain Hill Center is pleased to welcome new counselor Lisbet Brito, MA, LPC, as a member of our permanent staff. Lisbet will be seeing clients in our Grand Rapids office on Monday afternoons, from 4 to 8 PM, and will gradually be making more… continue reading FHC Welcomes Spanish-speaking Counselor, Lisbet Brito

Servicios de consejería en español ya están disponibles

El centro Fountain Hill le da la bienvenida a nuestra nueva consejera Lisbet Brito, MA, LPC. Lisbet estará viendo clientes en nuestra oficina de Grand Rapids los lunes por la tarde, de 4 a 8 PM, y gradualmente estará haciendo más horas disponibles para los… continue reading Servicios de consejería en español ya están disponibles

Immigration affects the whole family

President Obama’s recent support of a complete immigration overhaul and the continued debate within Congress has highlighted the lengthy, uncertain, and often confusing journey that many individuals and families undergo in hopes to gain permanent residency or U.S. citizenship. There are an estimated 11 million… continue reading Immigration affects the whole family

Surviving the U.S. Immigration Process

President Obama’s recent support of a complete immigration overhaul and the continued debate within Congress has highlighted the lengthy, uncertain, and often confusing journey that many individuals and families undergo in hopes to gain permanent residency or U.S. citizenship. There are an estimated 11 million… continue reading Surviving the U.S. Immigration Process