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Here at the center our focus is the wellness of our clients. We take pride assisting our clients improve functioning along their journey. 

> Faith Based Counseling

> Individual, Group & Family Therapy

> Substance Abuse, Addictions, Treatment & Referrals

> On-Site Services Family Therapy Services

> Community Hours / Advocacy

> Education for healthy choices

> Volunteer & Internship Opportunities


The truth is that your emotions, thoughts and attitudes affect your energy, productivity and overall health. Good health strengthens your ability to cope with everyday hassles and more serious crises and challenges. Good health is essential to creating the life you want.


We have an interest in providing you with the tools that you need to face the many demands of modern life. We want you to know that you can thrive even in the face of stress. We want you to know that you can build more of the life you want, we also want you to know that your mental health is one of your greatest assets. It helps you focus at work, overcome obstacles, get along with people around you and even fight off illness. And there are simple, effective tools you can use to support this vital asset. You can obtain the resources that you need to ensure your well being in all areas of your life. Let's meet, you can talk to any of our counselors waiting to assist you.


Stress can eat away at your well-being like acid eating away at your stomach. Stress can contribute to stomach pains and lost of other problems like: headaches, Insomnia, overeating, back pain, high blood pressure, irritability, vulnerability to infection. Stress can also lead to serious health problems like depression and anxiety disorders. 

You can feel better

more vibrant, alert and gratified.

You can feel stronger

more comfortable, confident & Productive


The concrete steps we're suggesting are not base on guesses, fads or advice from grandma (though she probably got alot of them right). They represent hundreds of research studies with thousands of participant, often conducted over decades and backed by major universities or government agencies. This research shows that how good you feel is to a fairly large extent up to you. No matter how stressful your situation, you can take steps to promote your well being. We're not talking about huge changes to your lifestyle either. We're talking about reasonable steps that if used consistently can increase your comfort and boost your ability to build a rewarding life.







Proven steps that will strengthen you physically, mentally, and spiritually.

  1. > Connect with others, be social.

  2. > Stay positive, look at the glass half full then half empty

  3. > Get physically active, join a gym & or walk daily

  4. > Help others, give back with your time, volunteer

  5. > Get enough sleep, 7-8 hours consistently

  6. > Create joy & satisfaction, reward yourself for an accomplishment

  7. > Eat well, see an expert to schedule the correct diet for you

  8. > Join a faith group church or community center

  9. > Deal better with hard time, seek counseling




The activity in your brain determines everything you feel and do. While most people have normal brain function, they still have brain imbalances or chronic emotions that affect their day to day life. This is where Neurofeedback can help.


Neurofeedback is a way to train brain activity; it is Biofeedback for the brain. To understand Neurofeedback, first we need to understand a little about brainwaves. Brainwaves are the electrical impulses produced as your brain cells communicate with one another. Brainwaves tell us a great deal about how you feel and function; your thought habits, stress levels, underlying mood and overall brain function. Using sensors on the scalp, we can measure and monitor this activity. With brain analysis software we can identify what specific activity is giving rise to your symptoms.  Once we know the areas of concern, we can create a training plan to help draw your brain into a comfortable, efficient state. That brings us to neurofeedback. 


During a neurofeedback session, we compare what your brain is actually doing to what you'd like it to be doing. When your brain is nearing a more comfortable state, you are rewarded with a positive response on a computer screen. Usually this ‘Neuro-feedback’ is in the form of a video game, music, or movie. The sounds and images tell you immediately when your brain approaches a more efficient place and when not. When the movie plays, it is because your brain is approaching the desired state. When the movie stops, it is because your brain is heading the other way. Much like physical exercises develop specific muscles, the more your brain is exercised into reaching a more comfortable, more efficient position, the better it gets at it. As with learning any new skill, it simply requires time and repetition. 



Revelation University Wellness Unit was created to help people work with their overall health. We help Individuals cope with the normal stresses of life so that they may work productively and fruitfully, and make a contribution to his or her community and function well within their families. "Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity."

Our facility promotes mental health concepts, emerging evidence, and practice. Our counselors adhere to the standards of the department of mental health and government. We work with community and the existing resources to provide healthy interventions considering culture, faith and other factors.  We offer substance abuse therapy and treatment through the network of community partners such as physicians, hospitals, and  other facilities that offer programs for individuals who need long-term intervention and treatment or have to be baker act.

Being well allows people to adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles and create living conditions in environments that support health. In this positive sense mental health is the foundation for well-being and effective functioning for an individual and for a community. The core concept of mental heath is consistent with its wide and varied interpretation across cultures. It is the evidence of the relationship between social and cultural factors and the mental health of individuals that communities are based on.


There is great vulnerability of disadvantaged people in each community that will need help. These are social factors, personal relationships, physical, sexual, mental abuse and related substance issues that bring about insecurities and hopelessness in their circle of everyday life. In some cases people can experience rapid social change, marriage problems can bring risks of mental illness and other health related issues.

Our facility  is open to anyone suffering. There is hope and we will be happy to assist in your situation. 

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