About

New Life Counseling and Wellness Center, Inc. (NLCWC)

 

We are a multicultural organization that promotes the well-being of individuals, children, youths and families through high quality mental health and social services that are culturally competent such as counseling, support groups, advocacy, and education. NLCWC offers the broadest range of care options with the full participation of the individuals, partnership agencies and communities.


NLCWC is Randolph-based and has provided comprehensive social services to children and families of the Boston, Greater Boston and South Shore community since 2003.


NLCWC offers the broadest range of care options with the full participation of the individual, youth and families, partnership agencies and communities.


Mission

To nurture, empower, advocate and educate individuals, their families and communities through a system of care incorporating services that are linguistically appropriate, wholistically driven and culturally competent. Through that incorporates a broad array of services and supports that are wholistic, culturally and linguistically competent. Services and supports are community based, youth driven, family focused and culturally and linguistically competent.


Wholistic Approach

NLCWC‘s wholistic approach deals with the physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and cultural aspect of mental health.  All aspects of one’s life must be addressed if one is to be thoroughly treated. Using this approach empowers our clients to use their physical, emotional, spiritual, social, and cultural resources to address life’s issues.  We believe a wholistic approach to living is essential in anyone’s recovery process.


Language Capacity

English | French | Haitian Creole | Cape-Verdean Creole | Portuguese | Spanish | Mandarin | Cantonese | Vietnamese | Korean


Core Values

  • To provide quality mental health and social services that lead to permanency and wellbeing to the children and families of the South Shore, Greater Boston and beyond
  • To enhance the quality of services and best clinical practices
  • To continuously assess and advocate for the needs of children and families of the South Shore, Greater Boston and beyond
  • To make quality mental health and social services accessible to individuals, children and families from all cultures and walks of life
  • To strengthen and expand the network of providers - reflecting the rich diversity of cultures and ethnicities in the South Shore, the greater Boston Area and beyond
  • To advocate for pertinent services for children, empowering families through education, and other preventative activities that may mitigate families’ continuous involvement with the Department of Children and Families and the judicial system
  • To ensure that providers are well-trained, culturally competent and adequately supported to provide effective treatment in a timely manner
  • To coordinate with a broad range of community and social service agencies at all levels to support children and families in keeping permanency in mind at all junctures