NorKris Services, LLC, Grand Opening held April 23



April 26, 2016

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NorKris Services, LLC, Grand Opening held April 23

HAVRE DE GRACE – NorKris Services, LLC, held a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Havre de Grace Office of Economic Development on Saturday, April 23, at their new office at 400 Lewis St., Havre de Grace. Director Audrey Forka, CRNP, was joined by Havre de Grace’s Mayor William T. “Bill” Martin in cutting the blue ribbon to the new medial office next door to UM UCH Harford Memorial Hospital.

“We are happy to welcome you to Havre de Grace and wish you every success in the future,” said Mayor Martin to Forka and her staff who joined in the ribbon cutting, Fuseini Seidu, Practice Manager, and Lynn Foor, Administrative Assistant.

Forka works with University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health and opened NorKris Services with a treatment philosophy of integrative mental health founded on the belief the body, mind and human spirit are dynamic systems of an integrated whole. This integrated whole can become unbalance which requires additional support through safe, holistic, pharmacologic and psychotherapeutic treatment.

NorKris Services clients include children, teens, young adults, adults and seniors regardless of race, socioeconomic status, spiritual belief or lifestyle. “We empower you, our client, to be acive in your health and wellness,” Forka explained.

Economic Development hosts breakfast for business

The Havre de Grace Office of Economic Development organized an informal continental breakfast meeting open to business owners, both existing and prospective, to help bring the multiple players who can work with businesses together for information sharing and gathering. The breakfast was spearheaded by Havre de Grace Councilman David Martin to being dialog using social media platform and meetings to connect businesses to services on Fri., April 8, at MacGregor’s Restaurant from 7:30 to 9 a.m.

Representatives from the Harford County Office of Economic Development, Small Business Development Center, and Susquehanna Workforce Network were on hand, as well as city officials to review a host of services and programs available within the city.

Following presentations a brief walking tour of St. John Street and Washington Street was held by Bangs Property Management to showcase new  businesses, expanding businesses and improvements planned in Havre de Grace’s downtown area.