Kermit Dahlen has been CEO of Jackson Recovery for the past 32 years, and has worked in the addiction field for 40 years. Dahlen’s extensive history in the addiction field includes member and current Chairperson for the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers, founder and former chairman of the Chemical Dependency Treatment Providers of Iowa, founder and former chair of the National Adolescent Treatment Consortium, long-term member and former chair of the Iowa Substance Abuse Directors Association, and current executive committee member of the Iowa Behavioral Health Association. Dahlen has testified on behalf of the addiction field both nationally and in Iowa to committees of both houses and special study committees. He has presented workshops on both a state and local level on addiction program leadership, addiction treatment processes, and many addiction related topics. Dahlen has also served as a mentor for a number of young leaders in the field of addiction as part of the Addiction Transfer Technology Center.More
Cliff Millard, Ph.D., is the Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer at Jackson Recovery Centers. He is a licensed Psychologist and certified Health Service Practitioner in the State of Iowa. His clinical training included an emphasis in psychological assessment and diagnosis. He has practiced as a clinical psychologist in traditional inpatient and outpatient mental health settings as well as substance abuse programs. He serves as an adjunct faculty member of Morningside College and the University of South Dakota.More
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