Our Team

I am Laura Chitwood, M.Ed., LPC

Program Director Mental Health and Residential Services

Laura is a Licensed Professional Counselor who obtained her Bachelor's of Science in Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University and her Master's of Education in Family Counseling from The College of William & Mary. Laura joined the CAA family in 2015, as an In-Home Worker for both adults (MHSS) and children (IIH). In 2016, Laura served as a program assistant, and became clinical supervisor upon obtaining her license in 2018. Also in 2018, Laura became the Clinical Supervisor for the Sponsored Residential Program (SPRES). In 2020, Laura was promoted to Program Director for IIH/MHSS/SPRES services. Laura’s passion lies in assisting children, adolescents and adults in finding solutions to daily challenges through the development of coping strategies and adaptive behavior. In her spare time, Laura enjoys home improvement projects and spending time with her family, friends and 3 dogs.

I am Bekka McCulley, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Program Director Autism and Behavioral Services Program

Bekka McCulley serves as the program director for the CAA Autism and Behavioral Services program. Bekka graduated from Mary Baldwin University with a degree in Social Work, completed her MSW at Virginia Commonwealth University, and completed a M.Ed Curriculum and Instruction Applied Behavior Analysis from Arizona State University. Bekka began as an Adult Protective Services social worker helping sufferers of abuse in 2012 and quickly found a passion in helping individuals find a voice. In 2013, Bekka began working as an In-Home Worker at CAA, which provided her the opportunity to work with children and adults with a wide array of mental illnesses and intellectual disabilities. In 2018, Bekka earned her BCBA and LBA and continue assisting children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disabilities. Bekka yearns to give individuals an outlet for communication and to improve the relationships of all families. While away from CAA, Bekka enjoys spending time with her husband, sons, and pets.

I am Rachel Vaughan, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Clinical BCBA Supervisor

Rachel obtained her Bachelor's of Arts in English and Creative Writing from Hollins University and her Master's of Education in Applied Behavior Analysis from the University of Cincinnati. Rachel joined the CAA family in 2020, as a Clinical BCBA Supervisor. Rachel desires to provide ABA services to individuals and their families who live in rural areas where services are not readily available. Rachel’s specialties include Functional Communication Training (FCT), early childhood intervention, and desensitization training. In her spare time, Rachel enjoys writing, going to festivals, and playing with her cat.

I am Erin Mahone, MS, Resident in Counseling

Clinical Supervisor

Erin Mahone obtained her Bachelor's of Arts with a double major in Psychology and Sociology from Mary Baldwin University and she completed a Master's of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Longwood University. Erin joined the CAA family in 2019 as an Intensive In-Home Worker. She was promoted to Clinical Supervisor in fall 2020. She is a Resident in Counseling and is working toward her licensure as a professional counselor. Erin's passion lies in helping people reauthor their personal narrative through creative interventions. In her spare time, she enjoys writing, theatre, and spending time with her family.

I am Maria Nojaim, RBT, QIDP

Registered Behavior Technician and Field Supervisor for Residential Services

Maria obtained her Bachelor's of Science in Early Childhood Education from Towson University. Maria has completed 21 credits towards her master's from Virginia Commonwealth University and University of Phoenix in Special Education, and is currently completing training to become a Positive Behavioral Support Specialist. Maria joined the CAA family in 2014 as an In-Home Worker in the ABA program. Maria became the Supervisor for CAA’s Sponsored Residential Program in 2018 and currently works full-time as the Supervisor. Maria hopes to serve children and their parents with exceptional needs though assisting with Behavior Supports and the Sponsored Residential program. She enjoys spending time with her husband, her 4 children, traveling, gardening, cooking, entertaining friends, and volunteering in her community.

I am Jody Berg, MC, Resident in Counseling

Clinical Supervisor

Jody obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Child Development and Family Studies from Purdue University and her Master's Degree in Counseling from Oakland University. Jody is currently working on her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision at Capella University. Jody joined the CAA family in 2020 as a Clinical Supervisor. Jody looks forward to continued work with clients in crisis with needed support. Jody’s specialty is working with parents and families who have experienced trauma. In her spare time, Jody enjoys time with her family, golf, photography and playing the violin.

I am Dawn Weber-Sanders, MA, BCBA, LBA

Licensed Behavior Analyst

Dawn earned a BA in Social Sciences Interdisciplinary at the University of NY at Stony Brook. Dawn then earned her Master's of Arts in Infant Toddler Therapeutic Education at St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue, NY, where she was introduced to the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). After completing her master’s degree, she worked as an independent contractor for four years providing home based therapy through early intervention in Queens and Long Island, NY. In 2006, she moved to Midlothian, VA and where she now serves as a teacher of children with special needs. Dawn has gained experience in both IEPs/school districts, infant and toddler early intervention program, as well as in-home based and family services. She completed the BCBA program in January 2016 through Florida Institute of Technology. She joined CAA as a part-time BCBA in 2018. Dawn’s passion is to support families and children with learning needs and severe problem behavior.

I am Amy McCorkill, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Clinical BCBA Supervisor

Amy graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in Cinema and Mass Communications. While working as a nanny, Amy found her passion in working with children with special needs and decided to pursue that career. She received her Master's in Special Education with a graduate certificate in ABA from George Mason University. Amy joined the CAA family in 2019 as an ABA Supervisor Assistant while she completed her supervision hours and then earned her BCBA and LBA in 2020. Amy loves to find creative solutions to difficult problems and watching her clients have breakthrough moments in their development. In her spare time, Amy enjoys crafting, watching movies, and hiking with her dog.

I am Stacy Wiseman

Operations Manager

I am Sherry Price

Administrative Coordinator

I am Tammy Thomas

Bookkeeping Specialist

I am Sue Simmons

Billing Specialist

I am Kimberly Ball

Billing Specialist

I am Fanny Nilsson, M.Ed., RBT

Lead Registered Behavior Technician

Fanny received both her Bachelor’s in Elementary Education and her Master's in Special Education at Longwood University. She first worked in the public-school system for four years, before making a switch to more individualized work with children in a one to one environment. She joined CAA in 2017 and became certified as a RBT. During her free time, she enjoys traveling and playing tennis.

I am Sarah Larkin, MS, RBT

Lead Registered Behavior Technician

Sarah obtained her Bachelor's of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in Psychology and Master's of Science in Health Education from East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania. She joined the CAA family in 2018 as a Behavior Technician. Her professional goal is to eventually receive her BCBA after completing her master’s degree. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys relaxing and playing with dogs.

I am Ashlie Hart, QMHP C

In-Home Worker (IIH)

Ashlie obtained her Bachelor's of Arts in Sociology from Virginia State University. She joined Counseling and Advocacy Associates in 2018 as an In-Home Worker for both children (IIH) and adults (MHSS). She is very passionate about serving the youth in Richmond and surrounding areas, especially the growth of young adolescent females. Ashlie enjoys traveling out of the country, being around family, and writing poetry.

I am Carmen Benovenli, QMHP A and C

In-Home Worker (IIH & MHSB)

Carmen obtained her Bachelor's in Social Work from York College. Carmen has been working with families for over 25 years, first as a home-finder and then as a caseworker in a foster care agency in New York City. Carmen then worked as an Intensive In-Home Worker (IIH) for children with mental health issues for several years. She initially joined CAA in 2009 as an IIH worker, and left in 2011 to become a parent educator. Carmen then returned to CAA in 2014 to work with parents and Spanish-Speaking families in the ABA and IIH programs. Carmen's passion lies in assisting families. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, spending time with family, and hugging her beautiful grandchildren.

I am Julius Brown, MSE, BBA, QMHP C

In-Home Worker (IIH)

Julius obtained his BBA in Business Management from University of Liberia and his MBA in Business Management, with an emphasis in Marketing in from Strayer University. He also obtained a MSIS in Computer Information Systems with emphasis in Enterprise Management, from Strayer University and a Master’s in Software Engineering from Stratford University. Julius joined the CAA family in 2009 as an In-Home Worker for children (IIH) and adults (MHSS). Julius’ professional goals include helping children achieve their potential, and opening a technological school in Liberia. Julius currently participates in a ministry to help orphans and homeless youth in Liberia. In his spare time, Julius enjoys spending time with family and exercising.

I am Callie Newton, MSW, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Callie obtained her Bachelor's in Sociology from Lander University and her Master's of Social Work degree from Virginia Commonwealth University. She joined Counseling and Advocacy Associates of Virginia as an In-Home Worker in September 2018 and is working toward her LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) which she hopes to obtain in 3 years or less. Callie’s passion lies in assisting children, youth, and adolescents with special needs and mental health diagnoses with utilizing appropriate coping skills in place of maladaptive behaviors. Her professional therapeutic goals are to become enriched in a variety of methods including special needs yoga therapy (for which she is attending courses,) play therapy, mindfulness-based therapies, creative and expressive therapies, dance therapy, and equine assisted pet therapy. She loves all types of sensory work with clients and enjoys teaching others to explore different sensations. In December of 2020, Callie became officially licensed as registered yoga teacher through Yoga Alliance Board and is eligible to teach children with Special Needs and is now certified as a Social Emotional Learning Coach through Breathe for Change, an accredited social movement that trains change agents in all areas of the country. In her spare time, Callie enjoys attending various festivals around Richmond (mainly the health and wellness ones), interior design projects, and traveling (so far she has visited Europe and India).

I am Teshauna Tornes

Residential Sponsor

I am Nicole Salisbury, QMHP A

In-Home Worker (MHSB)

Nicole obtained her Bachelor's in Science from VCU and received her provisional license to teach special education for the years 2006-2009. She joined Counseling and Advocacy in 2011 as an In-Home Worker for children (IIH) and adults (MHSS). She started working with clients with special needs in the EPSDT program in 2015. Nicole became a Sponsor in 2019. Nicole is a certified Adult, Child and Infant CPR, AED, and first aid instructor. She is also a certified Therapeutic Options instructor since 2013. Nicole’s professional aspirations are working towards her Master's in Counseling with a goal of becoming a Licensed Counselor.

I am Jennie Barclay, MMFT, QMHP A and C

In-Home Worker (IIH & MHSB)

Jennie obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Family and Consumer Science with a concentration in Early Childhood Development from North Carolina Central University and her Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University. Jennie joined the CAA family in 2009 as an In-Home Worker for children (IIH) and adults (MHSS). Jennie is obtaining a second master’s degree from Liberty University, to enable her to reach her goal as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). In her spare time, Jennie enjoys singing and dancing both at home and in church.

I am Jodie Greene

Residential Sponsor

I am Segena Mackeroy, QMHP C

In-Home Worker (IIH)

Segena is a Qualified Mental Health Professional for Children and Adults who obtained her Bachelor's of Science in Child Development/Family Studies from Eastern Kentucky University. Segena joined the CAA family as an Intensive In-Home Worker for both adults (MHSS) and children (IIH) in 2017. Segena’s goals are to provide strength-based services to the children and families throughout their daily lives. In addition, she seeks to provide children and adults with guidance and resources to empower their lives. Overall, her passion is to learn from those families in order to better understand their needs and desires. In her spare time, Segena enjoys spending time with her two sons and refurbishing furniture and old items.

I am Rebecca Melvin, QMHP C and A

In-Home Worker (IIH & MHSB)

Rebecca obtained her Bachelor's of Science in Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University and is currently earning her Master's of Education from Virginia Commonwealth University. Rebecca joined the CAA family in 2012 as an In-Home Worker for adults (MHSS) and children (IIH and EPSDT). Rebecca’s passion lies in advocating for the children and their families when in need. In her spare time Rebecca enjoys spending time with her daughter and DIY projects for her home.

I am Zelby Wilkes Roberson, QMHP C

In-Home Worker (IIH)

Zelby obtained her Bachelor's in Social Work from East Carolina University. Zelby joined Counseling and Advocacy Associates in 2009 as an Intensive In-Home Worker, working with children with behavioral concerns in the home, school and community setting. Zelby’s professional goals are to obtain a PHD in Counseling. In her spare time, Zelby enjoys volunteering in the community, reading, and spending time with her sons and granddaughter.

I am Cassandra Winston

Residential Sponsor

I am Anne Braswell, MS, QMHP A and C

In-Home Worker (IIH & MHSB)

Anne is an Intensive In-Home Worker who received her Bachelor's of Arts in Religion from Meredith College. She completed her Master's of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from East Carolina University. She joined CAA in 2019. She is driven by her desire to connect with people of all ages. Her focus is to guide them to begin healing and make choices which promote a healthier lifestyle. Anne makes fitness a priority. She enjoys running, cycling, and lifting weights. She loves her family and her dog, Chloe Grace.

I am Charles Towles, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

I am Destiny Rodriguez, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Destiny obtained her Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University. Destiny joined the CAA family in 2019 as a Behavioral Technician. Destiny wishes to obtain her master’s degree in the near future, and hopes to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. In her spare time, Destiny enjoys doing yoga and going hiking.

I am Ashley Blackmon, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Ashley obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Longwood University. Ashley joined the CAA family in 2019 as a Behavior Technician. Ashley wishes to obtain her master’s degree in the near future, as well as eventually becoming a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. In her spare time, Ashley enjoys spending time with friends and family, reading, and traveling.

I am Tia Fuller

Residential Sponsor

I am Summer Harper, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Summer has been working with individuals with developmental disabilities for 4 years and joined CAA in 2019 as a Behavior Technician. Summers goal is to ensure clients reach the best quality of life possible, providing assistance needed to help achieve an individual’s highest level of personal independence. In her spare time, Summer enjoys movies and spending time with her dog.

I am Juanita Taylor

Residential Sponsor

I am Nicole Salisbury

Residential Sponsor

I am Leonard Wingfield, QMHP A and C

In-Home Worker (IIH & MHSB)

Leonard obtained his Bachelor's of Science in Psychology from Eastern Mennonite College. After graduation, he worked as a Behavioral Technician at the Cumberland Hospital for Adolescents and Children. Leonard also worked for MCV Supportive Employment. He joined Counseling and Advocacy Associates in December 2012. In the next year, he plans to start working on earning a certificate in substance abuse counseling. In his spare time, Leonard enjoys football and spending time with his wife, 2 kids, and dog.

I am Lindsay Morrison

Behavior Technician

Lindsay obtained her Bachelor's of Science in Sociology with a concentration in Family Studies from Longwood University. Lindsay joined the CAA family in 2020 as a Behavior Technician (BT). Lindsay joins us with a background working in day services, she hopes one day she can help, those who experience a disability, live a happy and healthy life. Lindsay’s passion in life is to help people, and animals in need. Lindsay has a rescue dog named Oreo, and enjoys spending her free time traveling and exploring the outdoors.

I am Jordan Windley, QMHP C

IN-HOME WORKER (IIH)

Jordan obtained her Bachelor's of Science in Psychology from Virginia State University. She is currently perusing her Master’s and Ph.D. in Health Psychology from VSU with hopes to graduate in 2023. Jordan joined the CAA family in 2021 as an Intensive In-Home Counselor. She hopes to be able to conduct research and create interventions doing community health. Jordan also works as a community liaison for a mentoring research team with Community in Schools located in Petersburg, VA. In her spare time, she enjoys painting and being a plant mom

I am Ires Foley

Behavior Technician

Ires Foley obtained her Associate of Applied Science in Human Services and she is currently earning her degree in Social Work from Mary Baldwin University. Ires joined the CAA family in 2020, as a Behavior Technician (BT). Ires’ passion lies in helping families, children and young adults to achieve the best quality of life possible. In her spare time, Ires enjoys spending time with her two children, traveling and playing tennis.

I am Michelle Frazier

Residential Sponsor

I am Brittany VanCampenhout, RBT

Registered Behavioral Technician

Brittany currently attends Germanna Community College working towards her bachelor's with a focus in psychology. Britany joined the CAA family in 2021 as an RBT. She hopes to obtain her BCaBA in the next five years. Her passion lies in helping children achieve their behavior modification goals and providing the skills and tools needed to be independent. In her spare time, Brittany enjoys going on hikes with her three boys and traveling to explore new places.

I am Meredith Jordan

Residential Sponsor

I am Nyasia Baker

Behavior Technician

Nyasia Baker obtained her Bachelor's of Science in Special Education at Virginia Union University and is obtaining her Master's Degree in Special Education/ABA. Nyasia joined the CAA family in 2021 as a Behavior Technician. Her professional goal is to become a BCBA. Her passion lies between being an advocate for those who don’t have a voice and assisting those in need. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with her friends, being adventurous, and reading books.

I am Melissa Williams, QMHP A and C

IN-HOME WORKER (IIH & MHSB)

Melissa graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She has worked in the Richmond area for 12 years in community-based services. Melissa joined the CAA family in 2021 as a Qualified Mental Health Professional for children (IIH) and adults (MHSS). She is passionate about working with children and adults to meet their unique and individualized goals to provide strength-based services. In her spare time, she enjoys DIY projects, cooking/baking, sports and spending time with her family, friends, and dogs.

I am Briona Phillips, MPH, MSW, QMHP-C

IN-HOME WORKER (IIH)

Briona holds dual degrees in Public Health (MPH) and Social Work (MSW) both earned from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). In addition, she completed her undergraduate degree in Global Studies from Loyola University Maryland. Briona is a native of Baltimore, Maryland with a wealth of experience in human service delivery both locally and globally. She is a change agent and an advocate for children and families who have experienced a host of adverse childhood experiences (ACE’s) such as parental incarceration, substance use disorders, domestic violence, homelessness, mental illness, poverty, and a host of other social problems. Briona is a strength-based practitioner who utilizes an eclectic blend of cognitive and behavioral approaches. She values the intrinsic good of all people and aims to empower others to navigate through challenging experiences. In her leisure time, Briona enjoys traveling internationally, reading, spending time with family, and meeting new people. Her life mantra can be summed up in the words of Kate Forsyth: “May my heart be kind, my mind fierce, and my spirit brave…”

I am Cindy Hodges

Residential Sponsor

I am Marissa Smitton

In-Home Worker

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Laura Chitwood, M.Ed., LPC

Laura Chitwood, M.Ed., LPC

Program Director Mental Health and Residential Services

Laura Chitwood, M.Ed., LPC

Program Director Mental Health and Residential Services

Bekka McCulley, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Bekka McCulley, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Program Director Autism and Behavioral Services Program

Bekka McCulley, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Program Director Autism and Behavioral Services Program

Rachel Vaughan, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Rachel Vaughan, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Clinical BCBA Supervisor

Rachel Vaughan, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Clinical BCBA Supervisor

Erin Mahone, MS, Resident in Counseling

Clinical Supervisor

Maria Nojaim, RBT, QIDP

Maria Nojaim, RBT, QIDP

Registered Behavior Technician and Field Supervisor for Residential Services

Maria Nojaim, RBT, QIDP

Registered Behavior Technician and Field Supervisor for Residential Services

Jody Berg, MC, Resident in Counseling

Clinical Supervisor

Dawn Weber-Sanders, MA, BCBA, LBA

Dawn Weber-Sanders, MA, BCBA, LBA

Licensed Behavior Analyst

Dawn Weber-Sanders, MA, BCBA, LBA

Licensed Behavior Analyst

Amy McCorkill, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Amy McCorkill, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Clinical BCBA Supervisor

Amy McCorkill, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Clinical BCBA Supervisor

Stacy Wiseman

Stacy Wiseman

Operations Manager

Stacy Wiseman

Operations Manager

Sherry Price

Sherry Price

Administrative Coordinator

Sherry Price

Administrative Coordinator

Tammy Thomas

Tammy Thomas

Bookkeeping Specialist

Tammy Thomas

Bookkeeping Specialist

Sue Simmons

Sue Simmons

Billing Specialist

Sue Simmons

Billing Specialist

Kimberly Ball

Kimberly Ball

Billing Specialist

Kimberly Ball

Billing Specialist

Fanny Nilsson, M.Ed., RBT

Fanny Nilsson, M.Ed., RBT

Lead Registered Behavior Technician

Fanny Nilsson, M.Ed., RBT

Lead Registered Behavior Technician

Sarah Larkin, MS, RBT

Sarah Larkin, MS, RBT

Lead Registered Behavior Technician

Sarah Larkin, MS, RBT

Lead Registered Behavior Technician

Ashlie Hart, QMHP C

Ashlie Hart, QMHP C

In-Home Worker (IIH)

Ashlie Hart, QMHP C

In-Home Worker (IIH)

Carmen Benovenli, QMHP A and C

Carmen Benovenli, QMHP A and C

In-Home Worker (IIH & MHSB)

Carmen Benovenli, QMHP A and C

In-Home Worker (IIH & MHSB)

Julius Brown, MSE, BBA, QMHP C

In-Home Worker (IIH)

Callie Newton, MSW, RBT

Callie Newton, MSW, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Callie Newton, MSW, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Teshauna Tornes

Teshauna Tornes

Residential Sponsor

Teshauna Tornes

Residential Sponsor

Nicole Salisbury, QMHP A

Nicole Salisbury, QMHP A

In-Home Worker (MHSB)

Nicole Salisbury, QMHP A

In-Home Worker (MHSB)

Jennie Barclay, MMFT, QMHP A and C

Jennie Barclay, MMFT, QMHP A and C

In-Home Worker (IIH & MHSB)

Jennie Barclay, MMFT, QMHP A and C

In-Home Worker (IIH & MHSB)

Jodie Greene

Jodie Greene

Residential Sponsor

Jodie Greene

Residential Sponsor

Segena Mackeroy, QMHP C

Segena Mackeroy, QMHP C

In-Home Worker (IIH)

Segena Mackeroy, QMHP C

In-Home Worker (IIH)

Rebecca Melvin, QMHP C and A

Rebecca Melvin, QMHP C and A

In-Home Worker (IIH & MHSB)

Rebecca Melvin, QMHP C and A

In-Home Worker (IIH & MHSB)

Zelby Wilkes Roberson, QMHP C

In-Home Worker (IIH)

Cassandra Winston

Cassandra Winston

Residential Sponsor

Cassandra Winston

Residential Sponsor

Anne Braswell, MS, QMHP A and C

Anne Braswell, MS, QMHP A and C

In-Home Worker (IIH & MHSB)

Anne Braswell, MS, QMHP A and C

In-Home Worker (IIH & MHSB)

Charles Towles, RBT

Charles Towles, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Charles Towles, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Destiny Rodriguez, RBT

Destiny Rodriguez, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Destiny Rodriguez, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Ashley Blackmon, RBT

Ashley Blackmon, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Ashley Blackmon, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Tia Fuller

Tia Fuller

Residential Sponsor

Tia Fuller

Residential Sponsor

Summer Harper, RBT

Summer Harper, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Summer Harper, RBT

Registered Behavior Technician

Juanita Taylor

Juanita Taylor

Residential Sponsor

Juanita Taylor

Residential Sponsor

Nicole Salisbury

Nicole Salisbury

Residential Sponsor

Nicole Salisbury

Residential Sponsor

Leonard Wingfield, QMHP A and C

Leonard Wingfield, QMHP A and C

In-Home Worker (IIH & MHSB)

Leonard Wingfield, QMHP A and C

In-Home Worker (IIH & MHSB)

Lindsay Morrison

Lindsay Morrison

Behavior Technician

Lindsay Morrison

Behavior Technician

Jordan Windley, QMHP C

Jordan Windley, QMHP C

IN-HOME WORKER (IIH)

Jordan Windley, QMHP C

IN-HOME WORKER (IIH)

Ires Foley

Ires Foley

Behavior Technician

Ires Foley

Behavior Technician

Michelle Frazier

Michelle Frazier

Residential Sponsor

Michelle Frazier

Residential Sponsor

Brittany VanCampenhout, RBT

Brittany VanCampenhout, RBT

Registered Behavioral Technician

Brittany VanCampenhout, RBT

Registered Behavioral Technician

Meredith Jordan

Meredith Jordan

Residential Sponsor

Meredith Jordan

Residential Sponsor

Nyasia Baker

Nyasia Baker

Behavior Technician

Nyasia Baker

Behavior Technician

Melissa Williams, QMHP A and C

Melissa Williams, QMHP A and C

IN-HOME WORKER (IIH & MHSB)

Melissa Williams, QMHP A and C

IN-HOME WORKER (IIH & MHSB)

Briona Phillips, MPH, MSW, QMHP-C

IN-HOME WORKER (IIH)

Cindy Hodges

Cindy Hodges

Residential Sponsor

Cindy Hodges

Residential Sponsor

Marissa Smitton

Marissa Smitton

In-Home Worker

Marissa Smitton

In-Home Worker