(From CCC Press Release)
Community Counseling Center of Mercer County’s (CCC) CEO, Clyde “Kip” Hoffman, is retiring on July 8, 2022. Kip has served as the CEO of Community Counseling Center since November 2014, and prior to his position as CEO, he served as the Clinical Administrator and Chief Clinical Officer for CCC starting in 2001. Kip provided 21 years of service to CCC. Kip graduated with his Master’s of Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh, and has served the Human Services field for 46 years. Other places of employment include the Greenville Regional Hospital, Horizon Hospital Systems, the UPMC Horizon Foundation, and Paoletta Psychological Services. Kip has also served on various Board of Directors including The Sharon Rotary, AWARE, Inc., Mercer County Area Agency on Aging, Farrell Family Services Advisory Board, Farrell Headstart, American Cancer Society of Mercer County, and the Greenville Sanitation Board.
After an extensive vetting process, The Board of Directors of Community Counseling Center of Mercer County is happy to announce Dr. John N. Mahinis as the new Chief Executive Officer of Community Counseling Center of Mercer County. Dr. Mahinis has his Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology, Master’s Degree in Education, Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, and his MBA. Dr. John Mahinis has over 20 years of experience in financial management as well as providing and overseeing counseling services for various agencies. He has directed organizations in several traditional, higher level corporate, senior executive roles within a variety of different industries nationally and internationally.
Dr. John Mahinis is a United State Veteran having served as an officer in the Military Intelligence branch of the United States Army, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel.
Community Counseling Center of Mercer County is a nonprofit corporation that has provided community behavioral health services in Mercer County since 1957. Its main office is in Hermitage, with satellite locations in Greenville and Grove City. They also offer employment services, residential services for the seriously mentally ill, outpatient mental health counseling, drug and alcohol counseling, gambling addiction treatment, psychiatric rehabilitation, children’s services, and open access. For more information, see cccmer.org or call 724-981-7141.