Men’s Resource Center


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The Men’s Resource Center of West Michigan, with offices located in Grand Rapids and Holland, Michigan offers unique and valuable services tailored to men and boys, and provides consultation and support to those people and organizations that work with them.

Our services include individual counseling and men’s support groups for relationship issues, family issues, mid-life crisis, and personal growth as well as therapy for debilitating issues and behaviors such as domestic abuse, PTSD, drug and alcohol abuse, anger management, and sex addiction. We also provide phone counseling, massage and bodywork, specialized clinical services and evaluations, expert witness, and testimony.

We also offer Altogether Boys, a comprehensive educational program that provides middle school boys with emotional, social and self-esteem skills at your school, church, team or organization.

Contact the Men’s Resource Center for our fee schedule and more information.


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