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Grace Counseling Center Held Annual Fundraising Gala

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Guests at the Gala included (l to r) John and Diane Desmond, Bill and Julie Guyer and Mike Mullen, all of Madiso
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Grace Counseling Center in Madison held its Annual Fundraising Gala on Saturday, January 23, 2011.

Now in its 27th year, the Gala began with a cocktail reception at Meade Hall at Drew University followed by dinner at private homes and at the venue. Twenty -four hosts and hostesses entertained 220 Gala patrons. Proceeds from the gala help to supplement the services that Grace Counseling provides to those who otherwise could not afford therapy. These services are offered on an income-based sliding scale.

A part of the community since 1984, the Center provides counseling services in all areas of emotional and relational life, including adult & child concerns, couple & family issues and if requested, issues related to spirituality or religious faith. Staff members include psychiatrists, psychologists, pastoral counselors, and social workers. All therapists are professionally trained and certified in their disciplines.

In addition to counseling, GCC supports an active community education program and provides courses, lectures and workshops throughout the year. For information about Grace Counseling Center please call (973) 822 0707 or email info@gracecounseling.org.

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