Regina Caeli Clinical Services, a Catholic counseling clinic housed under Catholic Charities, is being renamed Sacred Heart Counseling.
The name change will occur Sept. 1 coincides with the relocation of the main offices of the clinic from Littleton to 750 W. Hampden Ave., #415, Englewood. Taking inspiration from Pope Benedict XVI’s reflections on devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the clinic said in a press release the re-naming will more clearly articulate their mission.
“Nowhere can we at Regina Caeli Counseling Services find a more abundant and efficacious source of inspiration, strength and guidance for the care of those entrusted to us than the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus,” the press release said.
Dr. Linda Montagna serves as the executive director of Regina Caeli. Founded in 2011, the clinic serves a variety of clientele in need of counseling services, including post-abortive men and women, children, married couples, families and parish communities in need. Additionally, they offer services to clergy, religious, school administrators, medical professionals, Catholic ministry leaders and archdiocesan personnel.
The clinic has also recently added a substance abuse program that helps clients with both mental health and substance abuse issues, as they tend to go hand in hand. Mark Sanders is the director of the program.