What is PHC?
The Potter's House Center is a department of PWC that provides counseling, substance abuse out-patient recovery programs, encouraging groups and educational opportunities for the Warren County Communities and the surrounding areas. The Potter's House Center is a multi-disciplined, faith based, HOPE Center.
Our mission is to provide an atmosphere of renewal and hope for the hurts of humanity in a safe and professional holistic approach.
Areas of Service and Ministry are: addictions; anger; anxiety; death; depression; eating disorders; family and parental issues; fears and phobias; financial issues; grieving; marriage issues; men and women issues; self-concept/image; stress and etc.
PHC currently offers counseling and life-coaching at:
Dayton Living Word- 250 Cassel Rd., Vandalia, OH 45377. Contact Cindy or Pat at (937) 454-0609 for an appointment.
PWC Ministries - 840 Miller Rd., Lebanon, OH 45036. Contact Leslie at (513) 932-3977 x 0 for an appointment.
INVOLVEMENT WITH WARREN COUNTY
PHC has been involved with Mary Haven JDC. We conduct encouragement classes for adjudicated teens; conduct substance abuse prevention and recovery summer school classes and hold volunteer chapel services. We also conduct outside activities at The Kings Domain Retreat Center in Oregonia.
PHC is working with the Warren County A.T.T.E.N.D. Program for truant teens and families.
We are currently conducting HOPE Warren County classes for court orders or recommendation of custody issues. This is a four week class that meets every Tuesday evening from 7:00 to 9:00pm. Curriculum that will be covered is: responsible thinking; handling difficult emotions; communicational skills, and essentials for parenting. Attendance is required by the Warren County Court.
What past participants have said...
"I would definitely recommend this program to others. I have already told friends and family about how much this program has changed me for the better."
"I look forward to using the tools given..."
"...it makes you think about past / future things so you can become a better person / mother / father / husband / wife."
Now offering HOPE for Families, a Visitation and Exchange Center. Visitation and Exchange hours are based on participant's needs and program availability. ALL VISITS OR EXCHANGES ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Contact the office at (513) 932-3977 x 0 for the Intake paperwork. Administrative hours are Monday through Thursday, 9am - 4pm. Closed on holidays.
SUPPORT GROUP FOR WOMEN
A safe place where ladies can all come together and encourage each other.
A safe place where ladies can reveal struggles that they are facing in life. We may think and feel that we are the only person that ever goes through certain issues.
This support group is for women from all walks of life, who deal with addictions and relationship issues. Meeting once a month from 7-830pm.
What people are saying...
"Was great to listen to women being real, open and honest about things. Thanks for inviting me!" -Stephanie
"This sounds like something I would love to have my twin sisters go to, both have been through addictions and one has or is trying to separate from a horrible relationship." -Trish
RANDY WHEELER, FOUNDER and PRESIDENT
Randy Wheeler has been a pastor and counselor for over twenty-five years. He holds a Masters Degree in Theology, is a graduate of the Institute of Pastoral Counseling and Light University. He is also a Board Certified Pastoral Counselor (BCPC) and an I.C.C.A. Life Coach member. Randy is currently serving as Associate Pastor for the Praise and Worship Center in Lebanon, OH.
Potter's House Center was birthed in Randy's heart over fifteen years ago. His passion and desire is to see the hearts and spirits of broken people to be made whole and Potter's House Center is the vehicle that will make it possible.
Randy resides in Lebanon with his wife Susan. They have three daughters and seven grandchildren.
Beth Ward is a Board Certified Christian Counselor (AACC) and holds a Master of Arts in Christian Counseling from Links Theological University. Beth is also a Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant (CDCA).
Kevin Stevens is licensed in the State of Ohio, as a Counselor and Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist and currently providing individual counseling.
To schedule an appointment call (513) 932-3977 x 0.