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"I was on a dead end road. Staying on the streets and living only to drink. I am thankful I was able to have a hand up, not a hand out." - CenterPointe participant
Jenn Nelson always has such a warm, kind, and friendly demeanor all while possessing leadership skills. She is modest and always willing to help, learn, and grow. She has so much patience for the people she serves in our population. She looks for extra events in the community to do and outreach those in the population we work with. She is an amazing Peer Support, leader, coworker, and friend. She is a shining example of what Peer Support looks like and is a valued individual. Congratulations, Jenn, on being named Team Player of the Month!
Kat Clark has made it her mission to work to bring both the Short Term program and the COR program into a state of balance with one another. Not only does she hold a caseload in both programs and hold multiple groups, but for many she is also seen as the go-to individual when either of the Program Directors are not present. She is a fount of information and a level head in times of crisis, bringing together the institutional memory to bridge gaps and allow for us to look towards the best solutions to issues while not repeating the mistakes of the past. For all of these reasons, as well as her tireless devotion to the individuals in service, we congratulate Kat on being named Team Player of the month!
Chudney Knave is an amazing part of the STR team. She goes above and beyond every day to help our staff and individuals in service. She is a leader who does not ask for recognition. She does her job so well, that we don’t realize how much she does until she goes on a much-needed vacation, and we wonder why things are being missed. She consistently is a mentor for the staff members and helps to connect us all together. I am so appreciative of her consistent efforts to help our team run smooth!
Congratulations, Chudney Knave, on being named August Team Player of the Month!!
Seth Shelton always seems to be calm, no matter what the circumstances are in his environment. He takes a genuine interest in the people we work with and is someone that staff can approach for any questions that may arise. He is incredibly dependable and spends a lot of time covering the duties of other staff as needed. Recently, he has even been assisting in providing coverage for the Crisis Line, which has been a huge support to our staff and clients. Congratulations to Seth Shelton on being named August Team Player of the Month!
Congratulations to Jessica Brabec and Tiffany Gormley on being named July’s Team Players of the Month!
“I share an office with Jessica, so I can see just how much she does go above and beyond her regular job duties every day. Jessica started as a part-time CABHI/Community Support Care Manager. CABHI slowed down, so she was given a few options of where she’d like to transfer to. Jessica chose the Supportive Living Care Manager job, and meanwhile, took on clients from Care Managers who had left, had her own current clients, as well as her new Supportive Living clients. Jessica came to work every day with a smile on her face and an amazing attitude. She continues to juggle a couple of caseloads as she’s transferring some individuals to other Care Managers. Jessica is usually one of the first people that replies to emails when people need a last minute substitute screener. I look up to Jessica for many reasons, but one that sticks out is her patience with clients who continuously give her a tough time. I truly believe that Jessica deserves this award.
“Since taking over the position of Director within the STR program, Tiffany has shown a commitment to the needs of both the individuals in service, and to her staff members as well. Leading by example in terms of her interactions with individuals, as well as stepping up to cover shifts, groups, individual sessions, anything that needs coverage or assistance, she has been there with a positive attitude to ensure the fidelity of programming remains unsurpassed. She has also been a leader for the Campus as a whole through her tireless representation of our needs and concerns within Leadership meetings as well as Program Director meetings. Tiffany sets a tone of professionalism and caring that echoes through the Campus, and throughout the entire organization.”