Life can be difficult.
We’re here to help.
Community Christian Counseling will provide biblicaly sound,confidential, and financially accessible counseling to individuals and families seeking victory over life’s challenges.
Community Christian Counseling is in need of A Receptionist
The Center is in need of a reliable Receptionist. It is a key position for the ministry! The Receptionist is typically the first and last contact our clients and visitors have with our service. The position requires:
• 20-25 hours per week, mostly on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays
• Computer skills, including QuickBooks experience
• Excellent electronic and personal communication skills
• Comfort with handling and explaining financial transactions
• The willingness to keep strict confidences, and
• A heart for helping the hurting
Starting pay will be up to $12.00 per hour, depending on experiences. The Receptionist reports to the Executive Director of the Center, but works closely with the counselors and other staff.
The office is at 518 South 7th Street in Terre Haute. The Counseling Center is a delightful and fulfilling place to work!
To receive a Job Description, or with questions call: Dr. Jim Evans 812-244-0400
Community Christian Counseling
Office Visits or Distance Counseling Sessions Are Available
Since mid-May the center has again been providing office visits and it has gone very well! For the protection of everyone in the counseling center we ask that anyone with active cold or flu symptoms not attempt to participate in an office visit, or transport anyone who is coming for an office visit. Distance Counseling sessions (video conference via internet) continue to be available and, in fact, will remain a permanent service of the center. If you prefer Distance Counseling, you can begin that process at that tab on this website or call the office at 812-244-0400.
DISTANCE COUNSELING IS HERE
Our counselors have been providing biblically sound, financially responsible counsel to individuals and families in West-central Indiana and East-central Illinois since 2003. Most of those services have been provided in our office located in downtown Terre Haute, Indiana. Our Distance Counseling services makes our counselors available to most anyone who has access to the internet.
HOW SHOULD THE CHURCH HANDLE DEPRESSION?
Dr. Jim Evans recently had the opportunity to teach at Berea Christian Church where he answered a very pertinent question, “How should the church handle depression?”
“It is a powerful message reminding us of who we are and the reality of the fallen world in which we live.”
Please let us know if this teaching has been a blessing to you.
17 Years Community Christian Counseling
This fall will mark the 17th year the counseling team and support staff of Community Christian Counseling have been serving the residents of the Wabash Valley. The original idea for the center was given to Dr. Gary Greven, a long-time area Counseling Psychologist,
It is not easy for
Combining Counseling Experience of over 50 years!
Dr. Ann Hogue has joined Community Christian Counseling
In 1982 Dr.’s Ray and Ann Hogue began providing Christian counseling services at their office on South 25th Street in Terre Haute. In 2003, Dr. Jim Evans, the staff and counselors at Community Christian Counseling began the same type of ministry at 518 S. 7th Street in Terre Haute. They are joining their efforts.
In 2014, Ann lost her loving husband and counseling partner, Ray, but continued to use biblical principles in her work and encouragement with couples and women. She was well prepared to do so, with an undergraduate degree as an English teacher, a Master’s Degree
So, Ann has closed her office and joined Dr. Evans and the other Christian counselors and staff at Community Christian Counseling. The move connected Dr. Ann to like-minded colleagues, and will further deepen the talent and services on South 7th Street. [Read More]
Garden Entrance to Community Christian Counseling
“We strive to make your visit to Community Christian Counseling a stress free expereince that will strengthen your relationship with God and the people you love.”
In 2019, Community Christian Counseling was again one of many Wabash Valley organizations that benefited from Serve the Valley volunteers. This year’s projects at the counseling center were to remove an old brick planter from our south lot, and to rebuild and replant the bed that frames our main outdoor sign.
Serve the Valley Volunteers
On Friday morning July 26, Summer Koenig, and her daughters Chelsea, Sophi, and Sarah arrived. Two heavy sledge hammers, a large pry-bar, and a variety of other tools were ready for use. None of them had used a sledge hammer before, but within a matter of minutes, they were whaling away. The brick planter didn’t stand a chance! Within two hours, the planter had been reduced to a stack of individual brick and rubble! The ladies were absolute rock stars!
Serve the Valley Volunteers
People say the nicest things about us.
Bob & Kathy Roush
Pastors Barbour Ave. UMC
“As pastors we appreciate the ministry of CCC and how you bring people back to wholeness through biblical foundations that make a lasting impact in their lives. We have seen lives and marriages helped and renewed. We trust CCC because it is Bible based and Christ centered.”
“Community Christian Counseling has truly been a blessing in my life. It has been both their spiritual guidance and caring advice that has been helpful during a very trying time in my life. I don’t know what I would have done without them.”
Pastor Scot Longyear
Maryland Community Church
“The counselors at CCC are dedicated followers of Christ who, listen, ask questions and offer exceptional, professional and godly advice on how to thrive when life throws challenges our way. I have complete trust I them and have referred numerous people to them with exceptional results.”
Jim Evans Ph.D. MHA
Executive Director & Lead Counselor
Ashland Wheat M.A.
Cindy Haseman M.A.
Ann Hogue Ph.D
Stephanie Nelson M.A.
Roger Bear M.A. , M.Div.
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