Questions & Answers about New Hope Christian Counseling (NHCC)
The purpose of New Hope Christian Counseling is to provide free Christ centered, Biblically-based emotional, relational, and spiritual guidance to children, teens, and adults experiencing challenging life-issues.
Please call 717-685-5157 and leave your name and phone number. Your call will be returned within 24 hours to schedule an appointment.
No, please call the phone number above to schedule an appointment.
No, NHCC is a free counseling ministry.
Visit our “staff” page and click on the photo of each counselor to learn more.
No, we welcome people of all spiritual beliefs who would like to receive hope and help during a challenging life-issue.
Yes, given the sensitive and personal nature of client information, the policy of NHCC is to treat all information with the upmost discretion and respect. All client information and correspondence will be kept strictly confidential. Read our Confidentiality Statement on our “forms” page.
No, we welcome people of all ages, including children and teenagers.
Absolutely! We would love to offer hope and help to your friends.
Each counseling session lasts between 45 minutes and one hour.
Counseling is by appointment only, based on counselor/client availability.
Our counselors have experience working with people facing many issues including, but not limited to, the following: Anger Management, Anxiety, Conflict Resolution, Depression, Divorce/Blended Families, Faith and Spiritual Concerns, Family Dynamics, First Responders, Grief, Marriage Counseling, Parenting, Sexual Assault, Stress Management, and Trauma.
Although our counselors have extensive education and training, years of experience, and numerous counseling certifications, NHCC is not a licensed professional counseling practice or a substitute for long-term professional therapy. Read our Disclosure Statement on our “forms” page.
No, if someone is experiencing an emergency, they should get immediate help by dialing 911.
No, although we are happy to refer people struggling with drug and alcohol abuse to another counseling ministry that specializes in that issue.
Yes, NHCC is comprised of counselors who are members of The American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC).
Yes, depending on the life issue and the type of care required, NHCC partners with other counseling ministries and practices in the area.
No, they do not.
Yes, NHCC is a ministry of St John’s Church. You can learn more about St. John’s on their website at www.ilovestjohns.org.
NHCC is located in the building of St. John’s Church, 683 Steelstown Road, Annville, PA 17003. (Please ring the doorbell when you arrive.)
No, Pastor Jeff will not know who is receiving counseling with NHCC.