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Counseling center opens in Little Rock

Arkansas Baptist Children's Homes and Family Ministries opened a counseling center Tuesday in Little Rock that will provide counseling for individuals, couples and families.

The Little Rock Family Counseling Center, 12400 Interstate 30 in Little Rock, is a 3,500-square-foot building constructed on land donated by Geyer Springs First Baptist Church, according to a news release, and was built in honor of David Perry, the Children's Homes and Family Ministries' former executive director, who retired last year. In addition to counseling rooms, it contains a training room, conference room and play therapy room.

More information about the center is available at or by contacting spokeswoman Stella Prather at (501) 376-4791, Extension 5168, or [email protected]

-- Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Religion on 12/14/2019

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