DULUTH - There's a new facility in the Northland that's giving special therapy to parents and their children.The Human Development Center has turned one of its buildings into a child and family center.
It has nine therapy spaces that provide child therapeutic services, parent-child interaction therapy and outpatient services.
"It's such an exciting project to really take what we were doing and expanding it,” Human Development Center chief executive Jeffrey Herman said.
“They're so many unmet needs in the community, for the Human Development Center to be able to fill a real niche in the area it’s rewarding for us as an organization."
The new facility has been four years in the making, costing around $100,000.