Instilling hope.
Inspiring change.
Building community. 

  • Serving the community since 1955.

    Penn Foundation provides compassionate, responsive, and innovative care that addresses the mental health, substance use, and intellectual disability needs of the community.    
  • Instilling hope.

    Each year, we partner with more than 10,000 individuals and families to help them realize their fullest mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual health.  
  • Inspiring change.

    Recognizing that every person is unique, we provide quality care and personalized attention to every client.    
  • Building community.

    We work closely with primary care physicians, schools, churches, businesses, and others to ensure that we are providing coordinated care that meets the needs of the whole person - mind, body, and spirit.  
  • You choose the path. Together, we'll share the journey.

    We strongly believe in the resiliency of the human spirit and the ability of every individual to live a meaningful life. We partner with individuals and families to help them realize their recovery and life goals in the community.
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Divorce Mediation

Divorce mediation is a cooperative process in responsible problem-solving that calls upon the best attributes of each partner to build a lasting agreement that is suitable to their needs and lives.

By working with a trained mediator and licensed counselors, the experience is much less stressful and emotional for those involved. It is also less expensive and faster than the traditional divorce process because the divorcing couple pays one mediator instead of two attorneys.

If children are involved, divorce mediation enables the divorcing parents to remain in charge of their children’s interests and needs and to construct a cooperative parenting plan.

Grim, Biehn & Thatcher Divorce and Family Mediation Services

  • 4 sessions with both members of divorcing couple
  • First session - discuss overview and goals of mediation process
  • Second session - discuss custody and support process
  • Third and Fourth sessions - introduce, discuss, and finalize memoranda of understanding on custody, support, and property distribution issues


EAP Family Counseling Services

Couples with Children

  • 4 counseling sessions; the first and fourth of which are joint and the second and third of which are individual
  • Sessions will focus on co-parenting, communication and problem solving, signs of distress in children, debriefing the trauma associated with the loss of marriage; and the process of addressing and reaching agreement on future issues related to the children


Couples without Children

  • 2 individual sessions for both members of the divorcing couple
  • Sessions will focus on debriefing the loss of marriage, normalizing responses, exploring the level of adjustment and acceptance, assessing which stage of divorce client is experiencing and identifying tasks needed to be worked on

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