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The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center
The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center

The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center provides high quality, time sensitive mental health services to post-9/11 veterans and their families, regardless of the veteran’s role while in uniform, discharge status, or combat experience. Services are also available for active-duty service members and their families.

We offer confidential, client-centered therapy for a variety of short-to-medium term mental health issues including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, adjustment issues, anger, grief and loss, family issues, transition challenges, relationship problems, and children’s behavioral problems. Our care is centered on quality interventions that work and current best practices available based on research.

In 2016, philanthropist Steven A. Cohen recognized the need for high quality, accessible mental health care for our nation’s service men and women and their loved ones. In that year, he made a long-term commitment to provide that care by establishing the Cohen Veterans Network (CVN); a national network of Cohen Clinics dedicated to ensuring veterans and their families receive the support they need to lead fulfilling and productive lives.

In 2019, CVN partnered with The Up Center, South Hampton Roads’ largest and oldest human services agency, to establish the country’s 12th Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic, located in Virginia Beach, VA. For 140 years, The Up Center has offered programs and services that change people’s lives.  Today, those services include comprehensive, integrated behavioral health services for children and families. Now, by joining forces, The Up Center and CVN are on a mission to provide Virginia’s large veteran, active-duty, and family member population with compassionate and effective care to help heal the invisible wounds of war.

Kyle White

“I admitted I needed help – and here I am today, and everything is OK…if I can do it, they can do it.”

—Kyle White, Army Veteran

About the Program

We offer high-quality, customized therapy for a variety of mental health issues including anxiety, depression, PTSD, transitional issues and relationship issues. Our skilled clinicians and staff are trained to provide culturally competent care to best address the issues faced by our military community. If a veteran, service member, or family member is in crisis, we will make every effort to schedule them the same day.
Our care is confidential and private. We will not share your information with any public, private or government entities unless required by law. All post-9/11 veterans, their families, and active-duty service members and their families are eligible for treatment. Service members of all branches, including the National Guard/Reserves, regardless of activation status, and their families are also eligible.
The Cohen Clinic at The Up Center accepts most major insurances and will work with clients on a case-by-case basis to ensure that any barriers to care are addressed. Active-duty service members need a TRICARE referral. For those with no insurance, care may be available at no cost. CVN is contracted with DoD TRICARE and VA as part of the VA Community Care Network of providers under the VA Mission Act.
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Emotional Wellness

The highly-skilled clinicians at the Cohen Clinic treat a variety of behavioral health challenges, including:

  • Depression
  • Stress and anxiety
  • Post-traumatic stress
  • Substance use
  • Sleep problems
  • Hyper-vigilance (being on high alert)
  • Anger
  • Grief and loss
  • Transitional challenges
  • Relationship and family difficulties
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Our evidenced based therapies include:
  • Cognitive processing therapy
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Problem solving therapy
  • Integrative behavioral couples therapy
  • Prolonged exposure therapy
  • Psychiatric medication management
  • Integrated case management
  • EMDR: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
Other treatments are also available based on the individual needs of each client.
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Case Management

We focus on meeting your needs and improving your quality of life through brief case management and resource connection.

Typical resource connections include:
  • Caregiver Support
  • Child Care
  • Education
  • Employment
  • Housing
  • Legal Assistance
  • Military Transitions
  • Peer Support
  • Personal Finances
  • Recreation
  • Rehabilitation, Occupation and/or Physical Therapies
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Transportation
  • Wellness, Health, Nutrition, Exercise
  • Other life circumstances

Our Clients

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Veterans and Active-Duty Service Members

Post-9/11 veterans who have served in the United States Armed Forces, regardless of role while in uniform, discharge status or combat experience. This includes the National Guard and Reserves. Active-duty service members are also eligible. All sexual orientations and gender identities are welcome.

Military Families

We serve the families of both veterans and active-duty service members, including their spouse or partner, children, parents, siblings, caregivers and other family members as defined by the veteran. Military families of same sex partners and families of choice are welcome.

Connecting to The Steven A. Cohen Clinic at The Up Center

Clients who are new to the clinic will take part in an initial screening. This screening will take biographical information, reasons for seeking treatment and follow up questions to better serve the needs of the client.

Initial Assessment

At the first appointment, our intake coordinator will match the client with the best clinician based on his/her specific needs and preferences. Next, the clinician will sit down with the client to discuss the initial screening process as well as any background information the client chooses to share. This intake process helps the clinician to establish a personalized treatment plan with the client.

Case Management

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Case managers offer connections to additional support for assistance with issues like unemployment, benefits, housing, finances, and education.


Telehealth is used to deliver face to face therapy online. The Cohen Clinic at The Up Center provides this service over the computer, phone and tablet. Veterans, active-duty service members and their families are provided the same quality of care in the privacy of their own homes through this service.

Who is eligible?

We make it a priority to see post-9/11 veterans and will assess all clients based on their specific needs. Our clinic makes every effort to see pre-9/11 veterans based on clinician availability. We can also connect you to other resources you may be eligible for to best support your needs.

We prioritize serving post-9/11 veterans, which we define as any person who has served in the United States Armed Services (including the National Guard and Reserves) after September 11, 2001, regardless of role while in uniform, discharge status or combat experience. We define family members as parents, siblings, spouses or partners, children, caretakers and others. Although we make a priority of serving post- 9/11 veterans whose period of service included Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, and/or Operation New Dawn, we assess all veterans based on their specific needs and our ability to serve the veteran well.

Active-duty service members are eligible for mental health counseling services. A TRICARE referral is needed.

CVN has a complementary relationship with government agencies but receives no funding from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs or the Department of Defense. Our clinic does not share confidential patient information with the VA unless required by law or with written consent from the client. We comply with federal guidelines set by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

Services and Treatment

We strive to ensure the shortest possible wait time between first contact and first appointment. If you are in crisis, our clinic will make a first appointment available on the same day you contact us. If you are in crisis, please call the Cohen Clinic at The Up Center at 757-965-8686, the National Veterans Crisis Hotline: (800) 273-8255, or the National Women Veterans Hotline: (855) 829-6636.

The Cohen Clinic at The Up Center is a not-for-profit philanthropic organization. We accept most major insurances and will work with clients on a case-by-case basis to ensure that any barriers to care are addressed. All funds collected from insurance go right back into providing care for clients to ensure sustainability and growth.
We will follow up with you every few months for the first year to make sure you are still doing well and to help you connect with any additional resources you may need. You are always welcome to reach out to the clinic. Our team is dedicated to ensuring our military community continues on the path to wellness.

April D. Green, LCSW

April D. Green is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Board Certified Diplomate in Clinical Social Work. She serves as the Clinic Director at the Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center. She oversees the delivery of clinical, administrative and outreach operations and adherence to their robust continuous quality improvement program. She brings more than 15 years of experience in trauma-informed care and suicide prevention and risk mitigation. April has additional experience in providing large-scale trainings on Suicide Prevention, Risk Mitigation and Safety Planning as well developing trauma informed practices in correctional healthcare.

April earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Norfolk State University and her undergraduate degree from Virginia Wesleyan University. Military experiences are the fabric of her family. Her father proudly served 30 years in the Navy and her two brothers-in-law are currently serving in the Marines and Army, respectively. April and her extended family have called the Hampton Roads community home for over 25 years.

She loves championing for underserved populations, reading, playing sports and listening to live music.

Jennifer Black, LCSW

Jennifer serves as the Lead Clinician at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center. She is a native of Hampton Roads; born in Norfolk and raised in Chesapeake. She completed her undergraduate and graduate education at Virginia Commonwealth University. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology with minors in African-American Studies and Women’s Studies, and completed a dual degree program earning her Master of Social Work degree and Gender Violence Intervention Certification.
Jennifer achieved her License in Clinical Social Work in the state of Virginia and has served foster care children and families, survivors of abuse and trauma, and military members and their families.
Prior to her current role, she was a dedicated clinician supporting the Navy and Marine Corps community at Fleet and Family Support Center. During her time with the agency, she served as an Advocacy Clinical Counselor and Deployed Resiliency Counselor aboard the USS BATAAN and USS STENNIS.
Jennifer is grateful for the opportunity to continue providing quality supportive care to our active duty members, veterans, and their families.

Amy Antonelli, LPC, CSAC and Certification in Domestic Violence

Amy Antonelli is a clinician at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center. She has an Undergraduate BA in Communications/English from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. M.A. in Professional counseling from Argosy University in Washington DC.

Amy began working in DC and Maryland within the mental health and substance abuse fields in addition to working with various populations previously. She finds it rewarding to work with adults or young adults navigating various traumas such as substance abuse and domestic violence.

Amy uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), as well as Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy (IBCT). It is important to Amy that people feel good about who they are and are empowered.
She was born and raised in the suburbs of Philadelphia and her father served in the Navy prior to Amy’s birth. He would tell her stories of his time which allowed him to use the GI Bill, complete college, and law school.

Julie Bologna, MEd

Julie Bologna serves as a Resident in Counseling and CVN Fellow at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center. She started as an intern at the Cohen Clinic and has since taken on the dual position. She holds a Master of Education, Mental Health Counseling degree with a concentration in Military and Veterans through The College of William and Mary.

Julie’s father and two brothers served in the U.S. Navy. She is a Navy Search and Rescue Corpsman veteran herself and is also a 2021 Pat Tillman Scholar. Additionally, she is married to a Navy SEAL who served 23 years active duty. Supporting the military community is a way to continue to serve those who have had such a big impact on her life while honoring her own commitment to service.
Her favorite quote is by Naomi Judd, “A dead end street is a good place to turn around.”

Edica Gonzalez, LCSW

Edica Gonzalez serves as a Clinician at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Argosy University and earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from Our Lady of the Lake University. She has gained her experience interning at The Up Center in Outpatient Counseling, co-facilitating for the Batterers Intervention group, assisting with the Social Skill-Building group and the Women’s Assertiveness group. She began her journey with the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center as a part-time Receptionist/Intake Coordinator and transitioned into a Case Manager role prior to her residency towards her LCSW credential. Other background work includes crisis counseling for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, trauma-related stress and working with couples which continues to be a growing passion of hers.

Her appreciation for the military stems from being the daughter of a Marine, the spouse to a Navy corpsman for 16 years and a very proud mother of an Airmen. The military holds a special a place in her heart and working at the Cohen Clinic at The Up Center gives her the opportunity to give back to those who have sacrificed so much for our country.

Edica is a mother to four beautiful children, two dogs and one bearded dragon. In her down time she enjoys cooking, trying new foods, shopping and traveling. Her favorite quote is by Jimmy Dean – “I can’t change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination”.

Tiffany Jeppe, MS

Tiffany Jeppe serves as a Resident in Counseling and Case Manager at the Steven A. Cohen Clinic at The Up Center. As a case manager, Tiffany offers valuable community resources to military families. As a resident in counseling, she assists individuals, children, and families by identifying goals and potential solutions for various life challenges.
Tiffany joined the Virginia Beach community in late 2018 on accompanied military orders with her spouse and children. She is originally from Boise, Idaho.
Tiffany holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Boise State University and Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family counseling with specialties in Military Families and Culture as well as Crisis and Trauma from Walden University. She gained her experience as an intern working at The Up Center and Family Insight in outpatient services. Additionally, she assisted the military community at Fleet and Family Support Center, JEB Little Creek in Information and Referral, as an Individual Deployment Support Specialist, Emergency Case Manager, and EFMP Case Liaison. She also volunteered for 2 terms as an Ombudsman serving military families as their voice and advocate to command leadership.
Tiffany is the wife of a Seabee in the Navy and the mother of a daughter presently serving in the Air Force. She is a mother of four beautiful humans and has one grand human, three dogs, and one cat. During her off-time she loves paddleboarding, backpacking, traveling back home, and spending time with her family.

Korrissa Lambert

Korrissa is the Outreach Manager at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at the Up Center. She is responsible for building and maintaining community relations to support the mission and the and the clients served.

Originally from Colorado, Korrissa attended Purdue University where she received her Bachelor of Science in Brain and Behavioral Sciences and a minor in Naval Science. After graduating she served as a Naval Officer as both a Surface Warfare Officer and Public Affairs Officer.

Korrissa’s time in the Navy fueled her passion for addressing mental health among the Armed Forces. After seeing the effect of military life on her sailors and their families she decided to pursue a career in outreach. Currently, Korrissa is working toward her Master of Social Work at University of Kentucky to expand her understanding of mental health and further give back to the community.
In her free time Korrissa enjoys kayaking, painting, and reading. She is honored to be a part of the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic.

Sharon Lockaby, LPC

Sharon Lockaby is a clinician at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center. A Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from James Madison University. She also holds a Master’s degree and Educational Specialist degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from James Madison University. Throughout her career, she has provided counseling to the military community through the college, inpatient, and outpatient counseling settings.

As the daughter of a Retired Navy Chief and wife of a Navy veteran, she has been inspired to serve all military populations including active duty military, veterans, spouses/partners, couples, and children. With many generations of family ties to the military, Sharon admires the bravery and deep commitment to service these individuals have to their family, each other, their service, and their country. Working with the military has and always will be a passion of Sharon’s.

When not working at the clinic, Sharon, her husband, and her dogs enjoy the outdoors and spending time with loved ones. Her other interests include baking, eating, and reading.

Stephanie Makani, MA, NCC

Stephanie Makani is a Resident in Counseling at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center. A National Certified Counselor, she holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience from the University of St. Thomas. She also holds a Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Capella University. Stephanie previously completed an internship at Eden Counseling and worked in outpatient services, psychological testing, and group counseling.

Stephanie is a Navy veteran and a United States Marine Corps wife. She has a deep personal appreciation of the military population and is inspired to continue serving by providing evidence-based treatment to active-duty military members, veterans, and their families.
Stephanie has a special clinical interest in trauma therapy and is inspired by Bessel A. van der Kolk’s quote: “Being traumatized is not just an issue of being stuck in the past; it is just as much a problem of not being fully alive in the present.”

When not at the clinic, Stephanie and her family share a love of traveling, hiking, golfing, working out and eating.

Peggy Morris, LPC, CSAC

Peggy Morris is a licensed clinician at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at the Up Center. Peggy completed her B.S. in Psychology and M.S. in Counseling and Psychology at Troy State University at Dothan. In addition to being Licensed Professional Counselor, Peggy has CSAC certification in the state of Virginia and has been a practicing EMDR clinician since 2011. Prior to working for the Cohen clinic, Peggy worked at Arlington County Community Services Board and Virginia Beach Community Services Board in Adult Outpatient Services.

With over 24 years of experience providing outpatient clinical services to adults with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders, Peggy utilizes CBT, DBT, EFT, CPT, and EMDR to provide trauma informed care. She grew up in a Navy family, and like most military families, has lived in many locations; the last 8 years in Virginia Beach. Peggy has a long affiliation with the military community being the daughter of a Navy Chief, an Army wife, and proud mother of 2 adult sons who served in the Navy and the Marine Corps.

Peggy is honored to be a part of the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic team and considers it a privilege to utilize her clinical skills and expertise to give back to service members, veterans, and their families.  Peggy enjoys trying new restaurants with family and friends, walking the beach with her grandchildren, being outdoors, and reading.

Tondra Pearson

Tondra Pearson is an Administrative Coordinator at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center. She is responsible for the coordination of clients, schedules, as well as various front desk tasks, including documentation, billing and insurance coordination.

Tondra is originally from Newark, NJ. Her father was a Marine, and the family moved to Virginia Beach when Tondra was 8 years old. She has worked in a variety of medical related specialties to include Mental Healthcare, Alzheimer’s Long-Term Care, Podiatry Clinic, Urgent Care and Home Health Agency.
As a child Tondra wanted to become a nurse following in the steps of her grandmother, who was a Registered Nurse. She genuinely enjoys helping people by improving their quality of life. Tondra loves what The Cohen Clinic at The Up Center offers and is passionate about the services provided to military families throughout the community.
Tondra has an associate degree in Healthcare Administration from ECPI, and is currently pursuing her Bachelors Degree in the Healthcare Administration.
When she is not at work or school, she enjoys reading, listening to music, and watching Disney movies. Tondra is also a wine connoisseur and enjoys fine dining with family and friends.

Her favorite motto is: “Be part of the solution, not part of the problem.”

Michelle Righenzi

Michelle Righenzi is the Practice Manager at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center. She provides oversight of administrative, and fiscal operations, and provides for the administrative needs of the office. Prior to joining the Cohen Clinic she managed veterinary hospitals for 20 years and chose to make a career transition to broaden her leadership abilities while still serving others in the community.

Born in Mississippi, Michelle became a Virginia resident after completing her final enlistment in the US Navy. She served in the Navy for eight years as an electrician onboard two submarine support ships and rotation on shore duty in Charleston SC.

As a former veteran and someone whose family is directly impacted by mental health illness, Michelle is grateful for the opportunity to facilitate healing for others.
Michelle enjoys hiking, biking, and spending time at the beach. She is also an active member of her church and enjoys volunteering in the community. She has one adult son, 3 beautiful grandchildren and a fun cat named Tony.
Her favorite quote is “be the change you wish to see in this world” Gandhi.

Robert Rubinow, LPC

Robert Rubinow is a clinician at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center. He holds an interdisciplinary Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Sciences from Malone University in Canton, Ohio and a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Pastoral Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary, Ashland, Ohio.

Robert is experienced in treating a wide range of mental health concerns such as trauma, sexual addiction, men’s issues, depression, and anxiety. He specializes in marriage and couples counseling.

Though not a veteran himself, Robert comes from a military family. His father is a veteran of the U.S. Army and several of his children are currently serving in the United States Navy. For over twenty years, Robert has treated active-duty military personnel, reservists, and veterans in his private clinical practice in his home state of Ohio, as well as Virginia.

Prior to joining the Cohen Military Family Clinic, Robert was a clinician supporting the Navy and Marine Corps community at Fleet and Family Support Center. He is honored to serve the mental health needs and challenges of our members and their families.

When he is not working, Robert enjoys walking with his wife Carrie along the beaches, traveling, hiking, art, and writing. Robert and his wife have four adult children, one teenager, and a new grandson they adore.

Among some of Robert’s favorite quotes is this gem: “All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.” – J. R. R. Tolkien

Anne Marie Seda, PMHNP-BC

Anne Marie Seda is the Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner at the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center, providing psychiatric mental health evaluations and medication management when indicated. She earned her degree from Stony Brook University in 2002, which included a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner as well as a Clinical Nurse Specialist (child and adolescent focus).
She is trained in evidence-based trauma treatment modalities including Prolonged Exposure, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and EMDR level II. She is also trained in CBT-I.
As a nurse practitioner, Anne Marie has worked in remote areas of Alaska and other states. Before joining the Cohen Clinic at The Up Center, she worked with the Virginia Beach Community Service Board (CSB), treating people challenged by substance use and the severely mentally ill, utilizing medication management. She also worked with Naval Medical Center Portsmouth for more than a decade, where she worked within a trauma clinic as well as an outpatient military treatment facility.
A military spouse, Anne Marie’s husband served in the U.S. Coast Guard for 20 years as a flight engineer, which provided them with additional adventures all over the U.S. She also has several other family members who are veterans, including her father who served in the USMC for 37 years, ending his career as the Director of Intelligence.
Anne Marie currently resides with her husband in Virginia Beach, VA. They enjoy hiking (especially in a mountain range), spending time with friends and family, and photography.

As a prescriber, Anne Marie enjoys working at the Cohen Clinic at The Up Center because she knows of the quality of care all of her patients will receive if they continue in therapy with our highly-trained staff who are passionate about their work and motivated to go above and beyond for our patients.

Donna Shannon

Donna Shannon is the Data Manager at the Stephen A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center. She oversees data collection, data compliance, Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) and provides reports and analysis for Key Performance Indicators (KPI) and Process Improvement (PI).

She holds a Bachelors Degree in Zoology from Rutgers University and a Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems from Penn State University.
Prior to joining the Cohen Clinic, she was a data analyst in the Trauma Department at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, a Level 1 Trauma facility. With an extensive background in medical research and all things data, Donna’s points of focus are data quality and data integrity.

As the wife of a retired Marine Corps Infantry Officer, she was an active member of the Marine Corps Key Volunteer Network which handles emergencies and provides support and communication between families and deployed units. Understanding the sacrifices our military service members and their families endure, working at the Military Family Clinic is another opportunity for her to continue to give back to those who served and continue to serve.

Donna is the mother of a Naval Officer son and a daughter.
In her spare time, she enjoys trekking, kayaking, paddle boarding, white water rafting and yoga.

Jill Zaricor, LCSW

Jill Zaricor is a Pediatric Clinician at the Steven A. Cohen Military Clinic at The Up Center in Virginia Beach. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development & Psychology from Virginia Tech and a Master’s degree in Social Work from Simmons College. Her experience is focused primarily on children, adolescents, and teens experiencing significant life changes, as well as those with trauma specific experiences including domestic or sexual violence, foster care involvement, and parental incarceration.
Jill received her graduate clinical training at Children’s Charter Trauma Clinic and Journey to Safety – both based in Massachusetts and has been trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT).
Having grown up in a Navy family, Jill understands the unique challenges and sacrifices that military families experience. This understanding of the military family is what makes working with service members and their children such a joy to Jill. She focuses on strengthen family bonds and building resiliency to prepare family members for challenges that military life brings.
Jill believes trust, transparency, and collaboration are the cornerstones to a successful therapeutic connection and centers each session around those guiding principles.
In her free time, Jill enjoys going to the beach, spending time with family and friends, and exploring local farmer and craft markets.

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Contact Us

The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at The Up Center

828 Healthy Way, Suite 105, Virginia Beach, VA 23462

Phone: 757-965-8686


The Military Family Clinic is conveniently located in Virginia Beach, near S Independence Blvd and S Plaza Trail.

Free Parking is available onsite. Transportation and childcare are available upon request.

Hours of Operation

Monday: 8:30am to 6:00pm

Tuesday: 8:30am to 6:00pm

Wednesday: 8:30am to 7:00pm

Thursday: 8:30am to 7:00pm

Friday: 8:30am to 1:00pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed


From I-264

  • Take exit 17A to S Independence Blvd.
  • Continue on S Independence Blvd and turn right onto S Plaza Trail.
  • Turn right onto Healthy Way.
  • Turn right into the parking lot. We are located just inside the main entrance (facing Healthy Way) on the left.

From I-64

  • Take exit 286B to Indian River Rd.
  • Continue on Indian River Rd to Ferrell Pkwy.
  • Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Princess Anne Rd N/Salem Rd.
  • Turn left onto Salem Rd (signs for Princess Anne Rd).
  • Turn right onto S Plaza Trail.
  • Turn left onto Healthy Way.
    Turn right into the parking lot. We are located just inside the main entrance (facing Healthy Way) on the left.

Our Mission

We are committed to partnering with children, families, and communities to improve lives and outcomes through prevention, intervention, and support services.