Who We Are

AwningHeadwaters Counseling is a private, not for profit counseling agency in Fort Wayne, Indiana. We provide outpatient counseling services for persons who have behavioral health needs or are at risk of harmful  involvement with alcohol or other drugs. Services are available to children, families, and adults of all ages.

Through a team approach and the active participation of the persons served, the overall goal of our program is to improve the quality of life and the functional abilities of the persons served.

We offer a variety of services including, but not limited to, marriage counseling, family counseling, parenting classes, general counseling for depression, drug and alcohol abuse programs, as well as counseling for children.

Our Mission

Headwaters Counseling promotes and develops healthy relationships in individuals, families, and communities so they are empowered to make positive life choices.

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Our Vision

Headwaters Counseling will be known regionally as the center of excellence for behavioral health that enhances the ability of individuals and families to thrive.

Lindsey’s Success Story:

For this and more success stories, check out our Success Stories page.

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Recent News

Office Furniture For Sale

Headwaters Counseling is getting rid of the old and bringing in the new. With that, we have quite a few desks and chairs ready to go to a great home. The cost of these items are all donations to the agency. Here is a link to our Craigslist posting. Please let us know if you [Continue reading...]

JOB OPENING

THERAPISTS – Full-time, Master Level, licensed and addiction experience preferred.  Individual, Couple, Family, & Group therapy. Salary based on experience. The position facilitates the AOD groups on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings from 6-8pm. This group is designed for individuals who are at moderate or high risk for continued abuse. Headwaters Counseling has a continuum of [Continue reading...]

“Dealing With Teen Suicide”

There is a wonderful article in the Journal Gazette today. It discusses Indiana and our plaguing problem of teen depression and suicide. For an indepth look at the article, click here.