Staff Caught Being Victor
Susan Kenner (PWLC), Foundations program therapist, successfully passed her ICRC exam for her Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAADC) certification. Nice job, Susan!
Congratulations and your hard work paid off!
Jillian Frenzke, (CFC WCARE-I program) Case Manager successfully passed her ICRC exam for herCertified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) certification. Nice work Jillian! Congratulations and your hard work paid off!
– Katrina Brock, LMSW, CAADC, CCS, Director of Clinical & Quality Services
Thank you to Development Associate Stacey Fuller-Karson for taking the time to help create a fun Halloween Party for the kids at Wolverine Center. Stacey and her daughter Olivia baked and decorated 70 cupcakes with the kids, made chocolate monster pretzels, brought in a cool picture frame craft project, and made spooky smiles from apple slices, peanut butter, and marshmallows. There are some future pastry chefs in our midsts!
– Gail Gotthelf, Director of Development
Thanks to all the WC staff for working extra hours when asked. Your work and dedication is very much appreciated.
– Carman Bland, Program Manager, Wolverine Center
Congratulations to Mark Miles (Voc. Ed. Coordinator) for staff of the month. Mr. Miles has done an excellent job getting things done and keeping the facility clean. He had to do a lot of hauling and transporting of office furniture in the CFC offices while getting a lot of other things done. He was also a great help during the power outage, and when Line of Sight is needed. Mr. Miles has done this with a positive attitude and JUST GETS IT DONE. Thanks Mark!
During the power outage staff did a great job not panicking, staying positive, and helping out. A special thanks to Mr. Santos (SST), Mr. Moore (SST), Mr. Davis (SST), and Mr. Gawne (Cook).
Thanks to those staff that were able to help when we had a client leave the sight notably Mr. Conway, Mr. D. Smith, and Mr. A. Wilson.
Congratulations to Jillian Frenzke passing the CADC test!
Mr. Hoffman and Ms. Burnside has done a great job stepping
up, serving their clients and helping out when necessary.
– Kevin Voss BA CADC, Program Supervisor, Clarence Fisher Center (WCARE-I)
Mr. Ken Stack has been doing an amazing job with helping with clients who aren’t on his case load as well as meeting the needs of his young men. He is a member of the Motivators CBT Implantation team and a leader in CBT on the site. He is currently level 2 endorsed.
Ms. Meck, Ms. Dingwall, and Ms. Kenner are all level 3 endorsed at this time! Great work ladies!
Congratulations to Ms. Kimberly Wright on being chosen as the Staff of the Year for PWLC! She displayed a work ethic and love for our children that is needed to help our children to become Victors.
As a site we are focused on created a Hands Free Therapeutic Atmosphere. Keep up the good work SST and Youth Care Workers as using the 3 C’s to stop physical instances prior to occurring.
– Josh Kennard, Program Supervisor PWLC
Karlee Neuville and Ashley Owczarzak did an exceptional job this month with the number of service plans they completed. Not only are these two meeting funding dates and deadlines, they are doing so while maintaining a high level of quality in the report writing. Between the two of them they completed 32 Service Plans in the month and are both carrying a caseload over 20 clients. Thank you both for your hard work and dedication to helping the clients at Vassar House.
Ms. Ware has done a great job utilizing core skills of CBT to help clients when at a High SPEED in the program.
Congratulations to Mr. Eschtruth for Staff of the Year at Vassar House. Mark makes an impact on both clients and staff at Vassar House on a daily basis.
Thank you to all staff that assisted in picking up runs last minute through the month of October. Your willingness to lend a helping hand has allowed for Vassar House to ensure that all clients’ needs are met and you are greatly appreciated.
Ms. McBride has stepped up this month to help train not only current staff, but also staff in orientation. Her ability to help staff learn the program and how to appropriately interact with clients has helped across multiple shifts and units at Vassar House. Thank you Ms. McBride.
Ms. Willis has shown tremendous growth over the month. She has been working extremely hard to continue to learn the job and help the clients to be victors.
Ms. Francis has been recognized for always being willing to help out at Vassar House and when asked to do something will be ready to help the program.
– Justin Cochrane, MA, CADC, Program Manager Vassar House
I would like to Thank Mark Miles for all his help during the remodeling of my office and the others in the CFC Admin Hallway. He has moved furniture, cabinets, tables and chairs numerous times during the remodel.
His work and dedication to the Agency is very much appreciated!
– Lynne Yeck, Executive Assistant, Vassar Campus