Chelsey manages our online presence. She helps spread positive content and educational materials online to break up the negativity we are often faced with in the media. Chelsey works to break the stigma surrounding mental health and addiction. She enjoys working to educate families and individuals by providing resources for community support,  including access to critical treatment tools needed to prevent overdose deaths.

Our team enjoys guest lecturing at local universities and non-profit organizations. Diane enjoys discussing topics of addiction and how this hits family systems, anxiety disorders, and preventing burnout. Amanda provides education on addiction and understanding co-occurring mental health and substance abuse issues. Krystal enjoys providing education on trauma informed care.

Our therapists attend a variety of fundraiser walks to support and raise awareness of issues such as domestic violence, mental health, and addiction. We have attended Walk a Mile in her Shoes, the Ray of Hope walk, the Bataan Memorial March, and more!

2023 - Our ribbon cutting ceremony, where we branched out into the local business community by becoming part of the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce.

May 2023 - We enjoyed attending and sponsoring Paws for Prevention. This event is held to raise money for the Council on Substance Abuse and Youth (CSAY).  Our group took a fun approach for this event as it centered around dogs.  We had a Snoopy theme with props and a photo backdrop to encourage people to engage and join in the fun. We plan to be a yearly sponsor!

February 2024 - Diane Kerrigan & Associates Counseling sponsored Come, Talk Inc.'s Inaugural Love & Life Ball. Come, Talk is a free resource center in Irwin, PA for people affected by suicide, focusing on suicide prevention, aftercare, and community outreach. We had a blast dressing up and being a sponsor for this event!

Community Outreach - Breaking down the stigma of treatment

We have a shared mission of breaking down the stigma that prevents individuals from seeking care. We work to not only provide great quality of care to our clients, but also to educate individuals on the need for treating mental health and addiction. We enjoy going out into the community to spread information through educational and community events.  With the popularity of virtual platforms, we have expanded our outreach digitally, through social media, providing educational and inspirational posts to help combat the misinformation and negativity that people often find when they are scrolling online.  

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