The Dayton Dutch Lions FC is excited to announce to sign a new partnership with Hope Springs Wellness Center.
The partnership encompasses support for all programs within the club. The desire to serve our local communities is a shared attribute and motivation for both DDL FC and Hope Springs.
As part of the agreement, Hope Springs will be the Men’s and Women’s Sponsor for “Player of the Match” at each of the DDL FC home matches. The selection of the player of the match, will in part, be based on the club’s five core values of Respect, Integrity, Communication, Teamwork and Continual Improvement.
DDL FC General Manager, Koen Driessen said, “Hope Springs cares about building people up, aiding them to be successful and providing tools to live a healthy life; having them as the official “Man” and “Woman” of the Match Sponsor for the 2016 season is the perfect fit.”
Beth Bench, a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, and Sean Barrett, a Marriage and Family Therapist lead Hope Springs. Hope Springs provides a holistic approach to wellness that evaluates the mind, body, and spirit, and the impact of each on the other.
“We could not be more pleased to partner with the Dayton Dutch Lions FC. We share a similar view of how to assist youth and young adults in preparing and planning for a healthy, positive lifestyle. Athletics provide challenges, failures and successes that can teach positive life lessons and we look forward to assisting the club in providing the proper focus during these teachable moments, “ shared Bench.
The Dayton Dutch Lions FC kickoff their season the weekend of May 21st with the men playing on Saturday, May 21st at 7:30 p.m. and the women playing on Sunday, May 22nd at 2:00 p.m. All DDL FC home matches are played at DOC Stadium on the campus of West Carrollton High School.
About the Hope Springs Wellness Center
Hope Springs Wellness Center exists to facilitate holistic healing of individuals, marriages and families by providing a safe, confidential atmosphere through which individuals can find insight and experience peace. Licensed therapist will use their education and experiences to provide the utmost in professional and ethical care and treatment in accordance with Ohio State laws and mandates.
Areas in which they can help include family issues, relationship issues, managing stress, depression and anxiety, career and work-related issues, resolving conflict, communication, parenting issues, self-esteem, struggles with development of identity, mental or emotional blocks limiting athletic performance and spiritual wellbeing.
They are located at 7031 North Main Street, Dayton, Ohio 45415 (inside the Dayton First Church of the Nazarene building), they also have a satellite office on 550 South Elm Street, West Carrollton, Ohio 45449 (inside the West Carrollton Church of the Nazarene). You can contact Beth Bench at 888-471-8885 x2 or firstname.lastname@example.org, and Sean Barrett at 888-471-8885 x1 or email@example.com.