This year’s speaker will be Rep. Jay Neal. Neal will be focusing on the accomplishments of the past year for the center.
Dinner music will be provided by award-winning guitarist Wes Crider.
Corporate tables of six are $250 or $50 per person.
The center has been instrumental in providing post traumatic stress counseling to area families since the April tornadoes.
Denny Whitesel, executive director, worked with the local FEMA director and staff while they were in the area offering PTSD counseling.
Whitesel and two other counselors are also certified in critical incident stress management.
The Center For HOPE now has three offices to assist individuals and families with faith-based counseling in the northwest Georgia area.
Project H.O.P.E. is located in the Save-A-Lot Shopping Center in Summerville.
The Center for HOPE also has an office located in North Georgia Healthcare Center on Ga. 151 in Ringgold. The first office to open is located at 500 North Thomas Road on Hutcheson’s main campus in Fort Oglethorpe.
For more information or to make a reservation, call the main office at 706-866-0917.