Since opening in 1993, Brandon's House Counseling Center has been a pillar of the community when it comes to taking care of our teen's mental health; with no family or insurance ever recieving a bill.
For a large part of those decades of service, the location of Brandon's House on Beeler street in New Albany, Indiana has been easily identifiable by our beautiful front sign. Short and to the point, the sign has stood tall for many years, but as time has passed it is starting to show some wear and tear.
As such, Brandon's House has decided to retire the old sign and replace it with with a new one that is especially designed by us, and professionally built by members of the community! Given the time, effort and materials that are to be used during our new sign's construction, the number that was surmised to assuredly cover all bases is $1000. Any extra funds that exceed material costs will go directly toward Brandon's House, and helping support local teen's mental health!
We expect construction to wrap up toward the end of June! If you have been looking for a long-standing way to make your mark on the community - here is your chance!
Should you choose to contribute, you can take pride in knowing that every time you pass the building, you can let the passenger in your car know that YOU helped build it! Our Founder, Susan Parr, famously said that Brandon's House has been, and always will be a grass roots organization. A testament to what can be accomplished when individuals from the community come together!
Phone number: 812-949-2499
Since 1993 Brandon's House Counseling Center has offered only free, professional counseling to remove the economic barriers that prevent families from seeking needed mental health services, such as insurance co-pays, multiple family members needing counseling, and tight budgets. Thousands of youth have received therapy for depression, anxiety, self-harm, self-esteem, peer relationships, bullying, family dynamics, career counseling, couples’ therapy, addiction, or other sources of psychological distress.