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ANNE C. FAJARDO

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9905 Blue Lick Road                                                 Associates@Fajardo.org

Louisville, KY                                                                            (502) 962-9009

               Professional Specialist in Addiction Recovery

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
 

THE HEALING PLACE WOMEN FACILITY,
Program Director,
1607 W. Broadway,
Louisville, KY 40203
August 1995 - present
Opened, organized, built and manage a 101-bed homeless shelter for
women and 18 beds for children.  The shelter counts 14 non-medical
detox beds, 28 long-term recovery (from addictions) beds, 24 overnight
emergency beds, and 33 SROs (Single Resident Occupancy) used for
transitional housing.  Hire, supervise and train the staff  (14 caseworkers
and 8 assistant staff); implemented recovery program; write all reports;
write and manage budget.  Maintain high program standards  to exceed
standards set forth by the Licensing and Regulations authorities.  Compile
and analyze data for research project.  Collaborate  closely with the medical profession.  Rewrote and updated the P&P Manual.  Developed and
implemented new  forms.  Organized the infrastructure of the shelter.
 Wrote a funded 3-year Community Partnership Robert Wood Johnson
Foundation Grant for the expansion of the Women?s Program.
 Active  on multiple boards and committees in the community
and the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
 

SEVEN COUNTIES SERVICES, INC.-PROJECT LINK,
Manager,
 600 S. PRESTON STREET,
LOUISVILLE,  KY 40202
 February 1993 - August 1995
Implemented a 3-year Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT)
grant to work with pregnant and postpartum substance abusing women.
Wrote the Policy & Procedure Manual; hired, trained and supervised staff
of four (4) case managers, administrative assistant, and health educator.  Collaborated closely with the project evaluator.  Coordinated and trained
the medical staff from seven (7) Jefferson County Health Department
sites and two (2) University Hospital sites designated as Project Link's
prenatal and postpartum referral sources.  Served as liaison between
medical and  chemical dependency communities.  Wrote two (2) funded
continuation grants which culminated in the project to be funded permanently
by the  Commonwealth of Kentucky after expiration of the 3 years.
Managed a $270,000/year budget.
 

 M.A.D.R.E.
(MENTAL HEALTH/ALCOHOLISM AND
DRUG REHABILITATION EMPOWERMENT)
VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA
Program Director,
April 1991 - January 1993

 Managed a 3-yr federal grant for transitional living in apartments for dually
diagnosed women and their children; wrote and managed the budget; trained and supervised the staff; revised and updated the Policy & Procedure Manual; secured licensing for facility under Louisiana laws and regulations; organized fund training activities for residents;  implemented work and recycling programs; initiated the Neighborhood Improvement Project; worked with the Advisory Board; wrote
the final Office of Substance Abuse Prevention (OSAP)  grant report.

SOLUTIONS, INC.
CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY PROGRAM,
Program Director,
MINDEN, LA
 March 1989 - December 1990

Organized a new 26-bed coed residential unit for chemical dependency
treatment; led the team through the Joint Commission of Accreditation on
Hospitals and Other Organizations  (JCAHO) survey and was granted a 3-yr accreditation.  Interviewed, hired and trained the staff.  Did marketing in
the community and over northern Louisiana.  Collected, analyzed and
reported on all Utilization Review (UR) and Quality Improvement (QI)
studies.  Wrote advertisement copies for all media.  Reported directly
to Hospital Administrator.

FIRST STEP SERVICES, INC.
 OUTPATIENT CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY
AND CO-DEPENDENCY PROGRAM,
Director and Co-Founder,
ALEXANDRIA, MONROE  AND SHREVEPORT, LA
   May 1984 - February 1989

Designed, marketed, implemented, directed outpatient chemical dependency/co-dependency treatment program;
trained and supervised staff; carried caseload; led groups
and one-on-one sessions.

CHARTER FOREST HOSPITAL
Family Therapist,
 SHREVEPORT, LA
 January 1985 - May 1986

Facilitated family groups, family educational and didactic sessions,
Family Focus Weeks; presented lectures to all clients; served as
interim social worker; facilitated orientation groups, desensitization
and motivation sessions; wrote psychosocials; co-authored the Adult,
Adolescents and Family Handbooks.

SEVEN COUNTIES SERVICES, INC.
  - LOUISVILLE, KY
Chemical Dependency and Co-Dependency Counselor,
August 1979 - December 1983

Created, designed, marketed and implemented a chemical
dependency and co-dependency outpatient program in six (6)
rural Kentucky counties.  Developed a  very successful DUI
program in all counties.

EDUCATION

KENT SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK
UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE, LOUISVILLE,
Master of Science in Social Work   (MSSW) - 1984
 

GYMNASE CANTONAL DE NEUCHATEL
NEUCHATEL, SWITZERLAND
Pedagogic Baccalaureate - 1971

Recipient of a one-year scholarship as a foreign exchange
student through the American Field Service program;
spent one year in Richmond, Virginia
 

 SKILLS
 

 Work well independently and with people at all levels.

 Demonstrated ability for organization with
attention details and work management
 

Accomplished public speaker
and public relations person.

Trained in administration of and clinical
practice of chemical dependency;
dual diagnosis; women's and
children's issues; social work

 Proficient in human relations
skills; self-starter; task-oriented; motivated
to be productive; organized High work ethics

Skilled budget developer and manager.

 Computer literate.

Trained in working with groups,
individual,families, communities.

Thoroughly research versed
 

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
 

 Certified Social Worker, # 2722,
The State Board of Examiners of Social Work Of Kentucky,
1995 - present

 Certified Addictions Counselor, #461,
The Kentucky Chemical Dependency Counselors
Professional Certification, Inc.
 1981 - 1996

 Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, #0029,
the Kentucky Board of Certification of Alcohol and Drug Counselors,
1996 - present

 National Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, #173,
The National Certification Reciprocity
Consortium/Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse, Inc.
1990 - present

 Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor, #173,
The International Certification Reciprocity
Consortium/Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse, Inc.  1990 - present
 National Certified Addiction Counselor II, #001194,
the NAADAC Certification Commission,
1991 - present

 Master Addiction Counselor, #501220,
The National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse
Counselors Certification Commission,
1994 - present

 Member of the National Association of Alcoholism
and Drug Abuse Counselors

 Member of the National Association of Social Workers
 Serve as field placement supervisorfor the
Kent School of Social Work (University of Louisville).

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