Directions to Family and Friends Counseling
Our beautiful offices are located in The Crawford House, 310 Selvidge Street, a historic house built in 1903 in Dalton, GA.
You can park directly behind our building and come in the back red door. Go down the hallway and then come up the steps and we have the entire top floor. You can come in the waiting room and we will greet you when finished with the client before you. You can help yourself to coffee, tea, or hot cocoa while waiting.
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Dalton, GA Whitfield County, USA
Dalton is the largest city in the northern Georgia Piedmont and is the county seat of Whitfield County. The population was 22,114 at the 2010 census. Dalton is approximately 50 miles north of Atlanta and is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area.
Dalton is best known as the home of the first airmail delivery in the United States. The city’s economy was built on manufacturing and iron mining in the late 19th century and continues to be a major industrial center today. Dalton lies at the heart of Northern Georgia’s “Mountain Empire,” a region once visited by Presidents Ulysses S. Grant, Andrew Johnson, and Woodrow Wilson.
The city was named after Confederate Gen. Edmund Kirby Smith, who commanded a division in General Robert E. Lee’s army at the Battle of Chickamauga.
Because of its location near Cheatham Hill, one of Georgia’s four main passes through the Appalachian Mountain chain, Dalton has adapted to winter conditions with remarkable success; it claims to be the coldest city in Georgia during January through March (and second-coldest in all of America).
In 2008, Dalton received national attention from many news sources for a snow emergency declaration that was lifted following only 18 hours due to exceptional snowfall (including 6 inches within an hour), but not before closing schools and businesses, disrupting rail service, impeding interstate traffic, and causing extensive property
Things to do in Dalton, GA
There are plenty of fun things to do in Dalton GA, from historic sites like the Colonel William J. Brantley House and Museum to scenic parks like Forsyth Park. You can also visit the local farmers’ market in downtown Dalton or check out one of the area’s many wineries and tasting rooms, which are just waiting for you to discover them.
There is so much to do in Dalton GA that you’re bound to find something that suits your interests. Whether you’re looking for an adventure full of thrills, a relaxing day of relaxation, or a bit of both, there’s something out there for you.
Dalton GA attractions include: Dalton Historical Museum, Brantley House Museum, Memorial Hill Cemetery, Dalton Veterans Memorial Park, Merchants National Bank Building and Old Main Post Office.