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Together Counseling to host open house to celebrate new location

The open house from 2 to 6 p.m. Friday, June 10, will give supporters and members of the public a chance to check out Together's new office space at 6046 14th St. S.

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FARGO — Together Counseling, the practice formed by LSSND counselors days after Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota closed its doors in early 2021, will hold an open house Friday at its new location.

The open house from 2 to 6 p.m. Friday, June 10, will give supporters and members of the public a chance to check out Together's new office space at 6046 14th St. S.

Together's 15 therapists provide a broad range of services, with special emphasis on treating trauma in foster or adoptive children.

Snacks will be provided. Learn more about Together Counseling at https://www.togethercounselinggroup.com/

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