Eric Schmidt has worked in the behavioral health and substance abuse field for the past 20 years. He served primarily in key executive level positions for community-based behavioral health care/substance abuse treatment organizations. Eric boasts both a Masters of Science in Social Work and a Masters of Business Administration. Besides his business and administrative success, Eric, as a Licensed Mental Health Therapist, personally provides a variety of clinical services, such as individual, group, and family treatment, diagnostic assessments, and psychosocial assessments utilizing a range of techniques and theoretical designs. Further, Eric is adjunct faculty for the University of Utah School of Social Work, where he teaches a variety of clinical and professional development courses. He has utilized marketing, sales, and management skills to dramatically amplify revenues and operations for many of the agencies for which he has worked. He is excited to be at the helm of New Roads.More
Gay has over 30 years experience working as a registered nurse and has spent over half of this as a certified Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse. She has had experience in managing acute adult psychiatric and detox services, as well as crisis intervention and triage in a local hospital. Over the past 9 years, she worked in an adolescent residential treatment center where she was the Director of Admissions and Associative Executive Director. Gay is noted for her compassion and sensitivity in working with clients and families. She is very excited about the opportunity to work with the entire treatment team at New Roads. Gay received her Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing from Idaho State University.More
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