Caritas Eastman offers supportive treatment to women at high risk, especially those who’ve experienced trauma and who are homeless and/or in the criminal justice system. The emphasis is on coaching and teaching life skills to help clients re-integrate into society as successful and sober individuals.
Jacqueline’s responsibility is to provide comprehensive clinical services: intake assessment, crisis intervention, behavioral skills training, education, and counseling services to client residents at Eastman House. She also provides linkages to community resources as clients prepare for re-integration into the community.More
Dave has been employed by Caritas’ parent organization, Gateway Healthcare, Inc. since 1988. He has been the Director of Adult Residential Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse since 2005. He presently oversees 10 residential programs at scattered GHI sites. Dave is presently certified by RIBCCDP as a Recognized Clinical Supervisor and is presently working toward his ACDP-II.More
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