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HARP Services opens its doors in downtown Greencastle

Monday, July 16, 2012

HARP Services Indiana recently celebrated its opening with a Greater Greencastle Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting. Those present for the event included (front from left) Cara Goodin, Beth Flint, Margaret Nelson, HARP administrator Marcia Nelson-Whaley, HARP therapist/administrator Dan Whaley, Linda Mann, HARP CEO Jeff Cantonwine, Tammy Amor, (back) Mayor Sue Murray, Lora Lee Bollman, Sheriff Steve Fenwick, Bret Hurley, Chief Deputy Tom Helmer and Michael Clampitt.
A new recovery and education tool for those struggling with addiction recently began serving Putnam County.

HARP Services (Helping All Recover Proudly) recently received Certification from the State of Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction to provide prevention, intervention, education and treatment to adolescents and adults, both individually and in groups.

HARP specializes in alcohol and drug education including intensive out patient (IOP) therapy and counseling for couples through an advanced Imago relationship therapist. HARP Services Indiana is now open at 16 S. Jackson St., Second Floor, Greencastle.

When seeking clinical mental health and addictions education or treatment, HARP Services believes that the initial cost of an assessment may prevent anyone from getting help for him or herself, or a loved one. HARP offers a free, no charge assessment.

HARP Services has become a member of the Putnam County PIE Coalition. The coalition's annual objectives are "prevention, intervention and education of children, young adults and adults regarding the harms of alcohol, drugs and tobacco."

HARP Services Indiana members are: Jeff Cantonwine-CEO, Marcia Whaley-administration, and Dan Whaley, MSW-Therapist/Group Facilitator. All three grew up in Greencastle and graduated from GHS.

Cantonwine received his BS from Purdue University 1980 and currently farms the family's land in Putnam County.

Marcia is experienced in medical office management and as HIPPA privacy officer.

Dan received his BA from DePauw University 1981 and obtained his masters degree in social work from Indiana University 2004. Dan is currently an Adjunct Instructor teaching sociology and psychology with both DeVry University and Ivy Tech Community College, Indianapolis.

In addition to intensive outpatient therapy and addictions education, HARP offers Imago relationship therapy. Advanced certified Imago relationship therapist Lori Karch, LCSW, obtained her masters degree in social work from Indiana University in 2004.

Karch, who is one of 50 nationally certified in co-addictions counseling, will facilitate the Imago relationship therapy.

The members of HARP Services desire to give back to the community that graciously gave to each of them.

Learn more at www.harpservicesindiana.com.

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