9905 Blue Lick Road
SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
-Accomplished at developing and implementing programs.
-Develops writes policies, procedures and evaluations.
-Grant writer who is polished at developing managed care
agreements, judicial arrangements and securing public funds.
-Energetic public relations skills for marketing programs
and services to community organizations.
-Supervises and evaluates program staff.
-Coordinates and facilitates networking
relationships between agencies and organizations.
Volunteers of America,
Director of Menís Services /Alcohol & Drug Programming
9/98 - Present
Oversees men's services and alcohol & drug programming within
organization. Provides representation for Men's shelter with primary
funder. Development of internal program structures. Responsible
for program budgets, statistics, personnel and administrative functions.
The Community Network,
VP alcohol & Drug Services,
8-96 - 9/98.
Managed day to day operations of A&D service delivery system
within a community mental health system for Green County. Responsible
for outpatient, residential services and local jail services. Also,
responsible for budget, personnel and administrative functions.
Catholic Social Services,
8/94 - 8/95
Coordinated, monitored and evaluated Chemical Dependency Services.
Assumed responsibility for grant writing, managed care agreements and agency
certification by ODADAS as well as program supervision. Developed
policy and procedures manual. Coordinated Chemical addiction assessment,
outpatient and intensive outpatient services.
Progressive Clinical Services,
5/93 - 8/94
Assessed, diagnosed and treated individuals and their families in
outpatient clinical practice. Administered crisis intervention services
designed to stabilize patients and prevent hospitalization. Provided
linkage and referral services. Marketed practice to community organizations,
government and churches.
North Central Community Mental Health,
Emergency Services Social Worker,
1/95 Contingent, Provided crisis intervention/
stabilization services to the general population.
Catholic Social Services,
Counselor / Social Worker,
7/88 - 5/93.
Senior Chemical Addictions Counselor responsible for developing
and implementing substance abuse program. Coordinated referral process
with the judicial court system. Service delivery included assessment,
crisis intervention, and family services, treatment and outreach services.
Duties included program development, evaluation, and supervision.
Home Based Therapist;
Delivered direct service to individuals and families experiencing
transition and crisis, including assessment, family and crisis counseling
and individual counseling for chemical addiction, domestic violence, grief
and loss, child abuse and child neglect.
Department of Youth Services, Scioto Village,
Sexual Victimization Counselor (contractual),
Administered individual and group counseling to adjudicated female
youths that had been sexually abused. Offered assessments, counseling
and prevention services.
Wright State University, School of Medicine,
Weekend Intervention Counselor,
Offered 72-hour DWI interventions to individuals referred by the
courts. Utilized individual and group counseling to have clients
explore patterns of use and behavior. Charted results of client sessions,
progress and made recommendations to the courts.
Madison Correctional Institute,
Social Program Specialist,
3/87 - 7/88
Co-developed and executed a substance abuse program for penalized
adult males. Provided staff training and developed a network of community
The Methodist Theological School in Ohio, Delaware, OH
Master of Arts in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Ministries, May 1993
Park College, Parkville, Missouri
Bachelors of Science in Social Psychology, March 1990
Columbus State Community College, Columbus, OH
Associate Degree in Social Services/Business Administration, December
CREDENTIALS: Licensed Social Worker in the State
of Ohio; Certified Chemical
Dependency Counselor IIIE in the State of Ohio
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