HOPE opens a second location

Dr. Linda Perkins McRae, second from left, poses with three of her girlfriends, Sisterhood with Purpose, who attended the reception. From left to right: Lady Michelle Neal; Co-Pastor Joyce McCarter, administrative assistant; and Dr. Michelle Johnson.

HOPE opens a second location
November 01
12:15 2018

Dr. Linda Perkins McRae opened her second HOPE Counseling & Consulting Services Inc. location in downtown Winston-Salem inside the lower level of the Loewy Building, 500 W. Fourth St. On Oct.19 from 6-9 p.m., family, friends and community colleagues participated in a floating reception to dedicate the new facility that has three group rooms and a state-of-the-art child/play therapy room. 

Dr. McRae intends to also use the 1400-plus square feet of space for community lunch and learns and a gathering place for friends/colleagues. 

Dr. McRae and her staff provide programs and supportive services in a respectful manner to improve the quality of life for individuals, families, and the community.  HOPE’s mission is to provide programs and services that seek to address the whole person, spirit, soul, and body.  HOPE is the acronym for Healing Our People and Environment. The other office in Winston-Salem is at 326 N. Spring St.

The Chronicle featured Dr. McRae in May. You can find the article at HOPE takes referrals, so for info you or someone you know needs help, call at (336) 631-1948 or cell phone at (336) 624-2347 or email

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