New Substance Abuse Clinic Opens in Marion
On Tuesday, May 18, community leaders gathered at Marion’s newest group therapy and substance abuse clinic for a ribbon cutting. Today and Tomorrow: PHP (People Helping People) works to help people through individual counseling, group therapy, substance abuse intensive outpatient programs, marriage and family counseling, and much more.
Community leaders present at the ribbon cutting included Mayor Steve Little, McDowell Chamber Executive Director Kim Effler, Marketing and Communications Director for Marion City Council member Ann Harkey, Marion City Manager Bob Boyette, County Commissioner Brenda Vaughn, Mark Stinson with Burke Hospice and Palliative Care, and David Patenaude of Catawba Properties.
Today and Tomorrow PHP hopes to bring a positive impact to the McDowell County community when it comes to giving quality mental health care. They are working to meet a need for quick and consistent access to mental health care and resources in the county. From their website, you will learn that Today and Tomorrow PHP wants to “help the people of this community Today, and Tomorrow, and the next day on.”
If you or someone you know is seeking help, contact T&T PHP at 828-559-2017 or at todayandtomorrowPHP@gmail.com. Their hours of operation are Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm and they are located at 327 N. Logan St. in Marion.
Click Here for their website.