Staff Caught Being Victor
Jennifer Keller and Eboni Jess (CBP): Thank you for working as a team to provide a special quality residential case file UR in Vassar when we need it most!
CADC/CAADC class: Thank you for improvising and stepping up to help out with a very important UR! We appreciated your impromptu support!!
– Katrina Brock, LMSW, CAADC, CCS Director of Clinical & Quality Services
Jeff Lee for taking time to plant beautiful flowers outside at WC.
Jasmine Range for meeting deadlines on a consistent basis
Marc Dietrich for coming out to train WC clinical staff on Salesforce
Paul Seal for assisting with interviews
– Carman Bland, Program Manager, Wolverine Center
Congratulations to Tenesha Cooper for staff of the month, she has done a great job helping the site when needed. She has filled in on short notice for hospital runs, interventions in Plymouth, and working doubles when asked.
Congrats to Mr. Santos our new member of the SST team, and to Ms. Shepard, our new school coordinator.
A shout out to the SST team,Mr. Covey, Mr. Adams, Mr. Kirchhoff, and Mr. Persails, who have helped with transition.
I want to give a shout out to our part time staff. They play a vital role and have been very reliable: Ms. Thompson, Ms. Mathews, Ms. R. Brown, Ms. Curry, Ms. Pointdexter,
Ms. L. Jones, Mr. Davis, Mr. Brewer, Ms. Davis, Mr. Satchell and Ms. Hoyt.
I want to thank all the staff at CFC you all work very hard….very much appreciated.
– Kevin Voss BA CADC, Program Supervisor, Clarence Fisher Center (WCARE-I)
The site would like to thank Mr. Partaka for dedicating a day to our site to have our staff complete CBT endorsement tests! We really appreciate it!
A huge welcome to Mr. Zach Cornwall who has been hired as the sites new case manager! Welcome to the team! Also congratulations to Ms. Burton on her recent promotion to Senior Youth Counselor.
The site is saying good bye to Amber Mugan as she was recently promoted with the agency! You will be greatly missed onsite, however you are still going to be doing great things within our agency.
It was great to see everyone come together as we honored 5 clients on a very special day as they graduated from high school. The gym was full of pride and support! What a great accomplishment!
– Josh Kennard, Program Supervisor PWLC
I would like to acknowledge Ms. Tionna Watkins for all the hard work she has put in at Vassar House since coming over from WSTC. She has been a positive member to the clinical team and has continued to monitor all reports to ensure that they are timely and done correctly. She has been available to train clinical members and explain all the reasons why things are included in reports. Keep up the good work Ms. Watkins.
Congratulations to Karlee Neuville and Anthony Trapp for completing your Level 1 CBT Endorsement during the month of August. Your hard work on learning Behaviorism and the CBT Model is shown in your daily interactions with clients.
Thank you to Mr. LeRoy Reynero for bringing in a pair of Solar Eclipse glasses so all the clients at Vassar House were able to safely view the solar eclipse on August 21, 2017. The clients were extremely impressed with what they saw and greatly enjoyed the experience.
Welcome to all the new staff that have started at Vassar House this month. We look forward to working with you and helping the client to be Victors. If you have any questions please do not
hesitate to ask a SST or come talk to myself or Ms. Caldwell. All staff remember that we have an open door, open mind policy here at Vassar House.
Michelle Berka will be stepping into a temporary Team Manager role while the current Team Manager is on leave. Thank you for being willing to take on this duty.
– Justin Cochrane, MA, CADC, Program Manager Vassar House
Mr. Westendorf and Ms. Marlow are doing a great job showing patience and compassion with our autistic client. Your consistency makes a big difference.
Mr. Brittain took a visually impaired client out to see the stars for the first time in his life. This is an opportunity of a lifetime for this client, because he has a diagnosis which will leave him completely blind in the coming years.
Ms. Ewing for not only her daily work ethic in the office, but also for being willing to step in and help staff and clients.
Congrats to Mr. Moore and Mr. Vanwert for completing their level 2 endorsements!
A Huge thank you to all the teachers that work with our clients and were supportive during our transition.
– Ann Goss, Program Supervisor WGRC
Thanks for a great Summer! We had a huge influx in census over the summer and many staff had to put in extra hours to help us cover shifts. You efforts are very much appreciated and we are proud to be the agency of choice for most in the state of Michigan.
I would like to thank the warehouse for keeping up with the demands of the sites and providing the necessities it takes to equip our clients with resources while in care as well as at discharge. Your team does an amazing job!
As summer wraps up please remember to maintain good line of sight to keep our kids safe and in care. Regardless of the time of year, truancy is always a risk. We have a lot of new clients in care, so be on the look out.
Thanks again for an outstanding summer and let’s transition into the new school year with a focus on continuing the quality care WHS is known for across the state and even into Maryland 🙂
– Derrick McCree, Senior Vice President