Nicole’s Place, a Laurel House satellite office located in Huntingdon Valley, provides support to individuals and families in Eastern Montgomery County who have been impacted by domestic violence. Open six days a week, we welcome walk-ins during office hours. Our services include:
- Individual and group counseling
- Immediate and on-going advocacy and case management
- Presentations and trainings for community organizations, schools, faith communities, and other groups
- Information and resources for individuals in need, as well as to the community at-large
- Volunteer opportunities
Additionally, Nicole’s Place offers its space as a community resource. We can accommodate small groups for events or meetings when counseling is not in session. By hosting an event at Nicole’s Place, community members not only show their support for Laurel House, but also provide their extended networks with an opportunity to learn about our agency’s mission and the issue of domestic violence, as well as tangible ways to stand with and support survivors and their families.
Nicole’s Place will be moving! In early February, our offices will be relocating to the campus of Gloria Dei Church, at Welsh Road and Huntingdon Pike! We’re thrilled to be staying in Huntingdon Valley. This new space will give us more room for counseling and case management, as well as additional flexible space for group counseling, community meetings, trainings, and more! We will continue to bring the critical epidemic of domestic violence out of the shadows, to increase public awareness about abuse, and to provide a welcoming, easily accessible gathering space for survivors and community members alike.
*Please note that Nicole’s Place has recently reopened with limited hours. See below for our hours. While we are taking walk-in clients, counseling will continue to be provided virtually. For any questions, please contact Sarah Lopata at 267-699-0200.
Located in The Marketplace at Huntingdon Valley
2064 County Line Road
Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006
(Rear left corner of the shopping plaza)
Nicole’s Place was named in memory of Nicole Rhoads Peppelman, who was a loving mother, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend.