Our History

Since 2006 while working in a Cafe ministry together, Pastor Dale and Janis saw the need for more counseling especially for the entire family as young people would ask if Pastor Dale would meet with their parents also.

Renovations began on their current location in March of 2007 with many friends and family members pitching in. Finally the Grand Opening was September 21, 2007.

And so it began and has continued to grow. We are so thankful for all the support we have received both in prayer and financial.
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Our People

Dale Henneman

Lead Counselor
(330) 825-7422

Janis Hadley

Administrator
(330) 825-7422

Aundi Stedman

Child and Family Specialist Chaplain
(330) 825-7422

Laurie Bohrer

Community & Grief Specialist Chaplain
(330) 825-7422

Pastor Dale Henneman is an ordained minister and has pastored for over twenty years. In 2002 he left pastoring inside the church to enter into a cafe street ministry. He was Executive Director and Community Chaplain for a cafe street ministry until starting Community Chaplain Services in Norton. He is credentialed with a Masters in Clinical Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary.

Pastor Dale serves as Affiliate Faculty and was Chaplain at Indiana Wesleyan University’s Cleveland Campus for over twelve years. He also served for 25 years as Vice President of student affairs, head counselor and Board member of Appalachian Youth Ministries. He has given much of his ministry to working with young people and their families and has a strong calling to impact our culture with positive values.

Pastor Dale has been married to his wife Pam for more than 35 years and has three children all who graduated from college.
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Janis Hadley is a woman with years of business experience. She has a B.A. in Education and worked in her and her husband’s Company for over 20 years. In 1997 she joined Trans Pacific Trading Co. and eventually was promoted to Director of International Operations where she spent much of her time in Hong Kong & China.

Because of her passion for young people in 2003 she left the business world to become a missionary in a cafe street ministry. Her experience includes office manager, sales, bookkeeping, customer relations and quality control. She was an active member of Weymouth Community Church in Medina until her recent marriage to Jim Hadley. She also is the Coordinator of the Norton Grace Church’s Professional Life Skills Center.

She is the mother of three young men all who are college graduates. As a volunteer in a cafe street ministry she met Pastor Dale and they saw the need to expand services to the community through Community Chaplain Services.
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Aundi Stedman has a passion for children, family and marriages.  She has served her community as a caseworker for 10 years.  Aundi graduated from the University of Akron with a Bachelors in Family Development and a minor in Child Development.

After graduation, she began working at Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health as a Community Psychiatric Treatment Support Provider.  She also was a co-chair of the Quality Care Review board on best practices.  Aundi’s experience in the mental health field proved her with opportunities to work with children and families in their home, at school and in the community. Her goal was to provide a safe and successful environment for each individual so that they may become more healthy individually and in their relationships. She is currently a student at Malone University studying for her Masters degree in Counseling.

Aundi has been married for eleven years to Jeremy and is the mother of three. She is actively involved in the school PTO, a board member at her son’s preschool and is committed to serving with her husband in the Marriage and Care Ministry at their church. They are Pre-Marital Mentors as well as Sunday School Teachers.

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Laurie Bohrer has a passion for women who are hurting from grief as well as other life experiences. She desires to provide hope and encouragement to women who are hurting. Laurie also enjoys improving the lives of others by providing community resources to those in need. She has her Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Welfare with an emphasis in Psychology and Urban Sociology from the University of California at Berkeley. After graduation, Laurie worked for various non profits providing assistance to women and families in crisis. Laurie has worked as a volunteer Chaplain for local and federal prisons. She also works alongside Pastor Dale every year in Grief Recovery classes with a local Church.

Laurie has been married to her husband, Tommy for sixteen years and has three children. She spent four years homeschooling and has volunteered with R.A.H.A.B Ministries for the past twelve years. She and her family have been attending their church for 13 years and have led a life group for their church for 5 years. Laurie enjoys prayer and seeking God’s Word in everyday situations and will be attending Grace College in the spring for her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

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