Steven Whitehead started working for New Directions in June of 2010. He received his Associates degree in Criminal Justice and a Bachelors degree in Sociology with a Minor in Criminology. It was then that he started working at the Mental Wellness Center in Eastern Idaho where he worked as a psychosocial rehabilitator. During this time he continued with his education and received a Masters degree in Social Work in 2008. For the last five years Steven has worked with a variety of different populations in the mental health field with the majority of his experience coming from adolescents and adults.More
Shari received her Master's Degree in Social Work from Southern Illinois University School of Social Work in Carbondale Illinois. For the past 23 years, Shari has been recognized for her vision and leadership in developing and implementing programs that address best practices in service delivery and training for both private and public social services agencies. She has worked with clients of all ages suffering from a variety of underlying conditions including; Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence, Developmental Disabilities, Emotional/Physical/Sexual Abuse, and Neglect. Prior to Shari joining New Directions Northwest she was employed by Southern Illinois University School of Social Work for 13 years where she was awarded the SIUC Alumni Achievement Award in recognition of her contribution to the field of Social Work.More
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