Staff Directory

Our Team

always place the needs of the patient first

The most important of our Team’s core values is to always place the needs of the patient first. To do that, our experienced clinical staff develop individualized treatment plans for each patient with a combination of evidence-based treatment methods, innovative alternative therapies, physical fitness programs, nutritional training, and spiritual awareness.

With decades of combined clinical experience, our fully certified and licensed Harbor of Grace Clinicians and Care Providers conduct daily group therapy sessions, educational programs, and interactive group discussions.

All of our Counselors are Relapse Prevention Specialists certified by Terence Gorski’s CENAPS Institute, recognizing that relapse is a process that starts long before people in recovery actually take that first drug or drink.

Leadership

D. Kenneth Beyer
D. Kenneth Beyer
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Partner, Co-Founder

Ken is a 24-year veteran of the treatment community where his personal recovery began in 1992. Soon after, he realized he wanted to spend his life working with chemically dependent people and started his new career at Father Martin’s Ashley. Co-Founders Father Joseph Martin, Mae Abraham and Leonard Angus Dahl all made huge impacts on Ken’s early recovery and his career at Ashley. He was the Director of Admissions and Insurance Advisor, and later became the business advisor to the President, Leonard Dahl, helping to guide Ashley with real estate acquisitions and business matters. Ken served on the Ashley Board of Directors for seven years and maintained a consultant relationship with Ashley prior to joining the Board. A former successful owner of several restaurants, retail stores and a hotel, Ken was able to use his entrepreneurial background to assist Ashley with their growth and vision.

Ken’s busy life also includes being a part-time career firefighter-EMT-B/IVT and a volunteer firefighter. He is a past Fire-line Officer and past President of the Susquehanna Hose Company, a 100-member fire company in Havre de Grace, MD.  Ken is currently the EAP for Harford County Fire Volunteer Fire Association and the Peer Support Coordinator for the Harford County EMS Foundation.  He is a consultant for many police departments and career fire companies for addiction related matters within their respectable departments.  Ken has assisted various regional career and volunteer fire companies with chemical dependency issues and he has performed countless structured interventions, which include assisting several law enforcement agencies.

Ken is married to Laurie (34 years), and they have four children and two beautiful granddaughters. They reside in Havre de Grace, MD.

W. David Hill
W. David Hill
DDS – Partner, Co-Founder

Dr. Hill is President and Chief Executive Officer of Caulk Management Company, Inc., a privately held real estate acquisition, development and management company. Dr. Hill has extensive development and management experience spanning the past forty years and multiple industries. Dr. Hill is the general partner in Idlewild Associates, a land development partnership which developed an 80-acre site in Easton, Maryland into the major medical community in Talbot County, MD.

Dr. Hill is also the founder and former Chief Executive Officer of William Hill Manor, a retirement/health care community serving the needs of the elderly population though the provision of skilled nursing, convalescent and rehabilitative care, with 105 nursing beds, 52 cottages and 63 apartments.

Dr. Hill was founder, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Easton Bancorp, Inc., which owned Easton Bank & Trust, of which he was Chairman of the Board and Director. Easton Bank & Trust was a locally owned, independent community bank that opened its doors in 1993. In 2015 Easton Bancorp, Inc., was sold to Delmarva Bank Shares, Inc.

Following the sale of the William Hill Manor in 2004, Dr. Hill acted on his vision to develop a hotel development and management company dedicated to the pursuit of excellence. There are currently four award winning hotels under operation, all performing exceptionally well. Two additional hotels are under construction.

Dr. Hill is a grateful recovering alcoholic that has enjoyed over 20+ years of recovery and is forever grateful to Father Martin’s Ashley.

Dr. Brian Lerner
Dr. Brian Lerner
M.D. – Medical Director

Dr. Brian Lerner is board certified in psychiatry and addiction psychiatry.  He is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Medicine.  He completed his general psychiatry training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital where he served as Chief Resident.  He has also completed an addiction psychiatry fellowship at the University of Maryland.  Dr. Lerner comes to psychiatry with over two decades of clinical experience as a board certified ophthalmologist who is now following his long-time passion for psychiatry with interests in Depression, Anxiety, and Substance Use Disorders. He has participated in numerous medical investigations with scientific writings in professional medical publications.  Dr. Lerner is a compassionate, valued member of the Harbor of Grace Team.

Laurie Beyer
Laurie Beyer
RN – Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Compliance Officer and Director of Human Resources

Laurie earned her Associates in Nursing, RN at Harford Community College in 1993 and began working at Harford Memorial Hospital on the medical/surgical floor. While there she was promoted to Clinical Coordinator and earned the honor of Nurse of the Year.

Largely due to her husband’s recovery from Alcoholism, Laurie soon became interested in Psychiatric Nursing and the disease of addiction. She worked at Father Martin’s Ashley as a Staff and then Charge Nurse in 1996. After years of partnering and managing numerous businesses with her husband, Laurie rejoined the Nursing field with Father Martin’s Ashley as the Admissions Clinical Case Manager for the Pain Recovery Program. She is now the Director of Operations and Executive Vice President of Harbor of Grace where she feels most at peace alongside her husband, CEO, Ken Beyer, helping those afflicted with the disease of addiction. Ken and Laurie have 4 incredible children, an amazing daughter-in-law, and two beautiful granddaughters.

Tim Thompson
Tim Thompson
CSC-AD, CCDC – Clinical Director

Tim volunteered at Father Martin’s Ashley in 1986, after beginning his personal recovery a year earlier. A proud graduate of Father Martin’s, Tim was hired at Ashley in 1987 as a counseling aide and realized he wanted to work with addicted people. He pursued his counseling degree and began a stellar 23-year career at Ashley. Upon his retirement, he was the Assistant Program Director and Director of the Primary Program. Tim received his special Relapse Certification in 2008.

Tim’s passion is working with others. Over the past couple of years, Tim has participated in a Cecil County School program, teaching high school students identified as having alcohol and drug problems. Tim brings experience, education, personal recovery and passion to Harbor of Grace Enhanced Recovery Center. We are grateful for his involvement and program guidance.

Clinical Staff

Tim Thompson
Tim Thompson
CSC-AD, CCDC – Clinical Director

Tim volunteered at Father Martin’s Ashley in 1986, after beginning his personal recovery a year earlier. A proud graduate of Father Martin’s, Tim was hired at Ashley in 1987 as a counseling aide and realized he wanted to work with addicted people. He pursued his counseling degree and began a stellar 23-year career at Ashley. Upon his retirement, he was the Assistant Program Director and Director of the Primary Program. Tim received his special Relapse Certification in 2008.

Tim’s passion is working with others. Over the past couple of years, Tim has participated in a Cecil County School program, teaching high school students identified as having alcohol and drug problems. Tim brings experience, education, personal recovery and passion to Harbor of Grace Enhanced Recovery Center. We are grateful for his involvement and program guidance.

Kathleen “Kat” Kennon
Kathleen “Kat” Kennon
LCSW-C – Clinical Director, First Responders Program

Kat is a board certified Social Worker Supervisor. She received her MSW from University of Maryland School of Social Work and has been a Mobile Crisis Clinician with the Baltimore County Police Department through their Mobile Crisis Response Unit for six years. Two of those years she has been a clinical supervisor.

Kat is trained in CISM, is a Certified Mental Health First Aid Instructor and helped train police officers and recruits in Crisis Intervention.

Eileen Thompson
Eileen Thompson
BS, CRPS, CSC-AD, Assistant Program Director

Eileen’s three decades of experience spans all levels of care, such as Intensive Outpatient, Inpatient, Recovery Houses and Extended Care facilities. As a Licensed Addiction Counselor and Advanced Certified Relapse Prevention Specialist, Eileen has extensive training in Experimental Therapy and Integrated Eye Movement Therapy.  Many of Eileen’s thirty-three years in the field were spent at Father Martin’s Ashley, instrumental in developing their Intensive Outpatient Program. She has developed specific programs for several Women in Recovery Halfway Houses and other Extended care treatment centers.

Eileen is the mother of five adult children with eight grandchildren. She is passionate about recovery and excited about Harbor of Grace’s compassionate environment offering addicts and alcoholics the benefits of a wide range of healing therapies.

C. Scott Dehorty
C. Scott Dehorty
LCSW-C

Scott joins the Harbor of Grace Team with 25 years of experience in Mental Health treatment. He began his career at Father Martin’s Ashley, where he served as an admissions counselor, Assistant Director of Admissions, then assisted in the development and implementation of a clinical program for chronic pain. During his 25 years in the field, Scott worked six years at the Johns Hopkins Hospital as a Psychiatric Social worker in their Pain Treatment Program. As a private psycho-therapist, Scott’s caseload included individual, marital and family therapy with a special concentration on addiction.

Harbor of Grace Recovery Center is proud to have Scott as an integral part of our Clinical Team.

Kristina Garcia
Kristina Garcia
CSC-AD, Utilization Review

Kristina Garcia is an Addictions Counselor who has been working the field of addiction since 2013. She received her Associate of Applied Science degree from Community College of Baltimore County with Suma Cum Laude Honors in May of 2013. Kristina has worked in various treatment settings such as: Intensive Outpatient, Partial Hospitalization, Medically Assisted Treatment, and DWI education. She also has an Associate of Applied Science degree in Physical Therapy and worked as a Physical Therapist Assistant from 2003-2009.  Kristina is married with two daughters. Through her own life experience in recovery, Kristina discovered her calling to become an addictions counselor.  She has a compassionate and spiritual nature working with patients.

Shawn Stella
Shawn Stella
CAC-AD

Shawn R. Stella is a Certified Associate Counselor for Alcohol and Drugs with a BA from Salisbury University in Psychology with a core focus in Experimental Psychology.  Shawn is a Maryland native and was inspired by Father Joseph Martin. He has worked in many different treatment areas such as: Inpatient, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient, DWI Education, and at the Behavioral Pharmacology Research Unit at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Shawn conducts individual and group therapy at Harbor of Grace Recovery

Kristine Hitchens
Kristine Hitchens
PhD, LCSW-C, LCADC, CCDC, NBCCH

Kristine earned her PhD in Social Work and Social Research from Bryn Mawr College in 2011 and her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Widener University in 1999. Kristine specializes in trauma, family issues and addiction treatment. She has been Director of family and clinical programs at premier addiction recovery facilities, developed and ran a number of specialized programs, worked as an adjunct professor for area colleges and universities, and volunteered with domestic violence and juvenile justice programs. Kristine is now in private practice, A Change Would Do You Good, LLC, in North East, Maryland.

John Wanner
John Wanner
MS, ChE, MBA, MA Psychology

John’s diverse professional career includes working 18 years in both inpatient and outpatient drug/alcohol treatment settings as a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and  Drug Counselor (LCAD-C). He recently retired from Father Martin’s Ashley, where he worked for 12 years and was involved in all aspects of the treatment process. He developed a proficiency in understanding and lecturing on the neurobiology of addiction, spirituality in recovery and, in particular, the scientific basis of why spirituality reverses damage done by alcohol and drugs. He has been involved in developing treatment programs for young adults and has a strong interest in the present opiate epidemic among young people. He has over thirty year’s experience as corporate executive and small business owner.

Joi Alexander
Joi Alexander
First Responder Therapist

Medical Staff

Dr. Brian Lerner
Dr. Brian Lerner
M.D. – Medical Director

Dr. Brian Lerner is board certified in psychiatry and addiction psychiatry.  He is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Medicine.  He completed his general psychiatry training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital where he served as Chief Resident.  He has also completed an addiction psychiatry fellowship at the University of Maryland.  Dr. Lerner comes to psychiatry with over two decades of clinical experience as a board certified ophthalmologist who is now following his long-time passion for psychiatry with interests in Depression, Anxiety, and Substance Use Disorders. He has participated in numerous medical investigations with scientific writings in professional medical publications.  Dr. Lerner is a compassionate, valued member of the Harbor of Grace Team.

Laurie Beyer
Laurie Beyer
RN – Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Compliance Officer and Director of Human Resources

Laurie earned her Associates in Nursing, RN at Harford Community College in 1993 and began working at Harford Memorial Hospital on the medical/surgical floor. While there she was promoted to Clinical Coordinator and earned the honor of Nurse of the Year.

Largely due to her husband’s recovery from Alcoholism, Laurie soon became interested in Psychiatric Nursing and the disease of addiction. She worked at Father Martin’s Ashley as a Staff and then Charge Nurse in 1996. After years of partnering and managing numerous businesses with her husband, Laurie rejoined the Nursing field with Father Martin’s Ashley as the Admissions Clinical Case Manager for the Pain Recovery Program. She is now the Director of Operations and Executive Vice President of Harbor of Grace where she feels most at peace alongside her husband, CEO, Ken Beyer, helping those afflicted with the disease of addiction. Ken and Laurie have 4 incredible children, an amazing daughter-in-law, and two beautiful granddaughters.

Brandon Phillips
Brandon Phillips
MSN, PMHNP-BC – Associate Medical Director

Brandon has over 15 years of healthcare experience, working in various roles including psychiatric counselor, case manager, emergency room nurse, psychiatric nurse and clinical educator. In addition to his role as medical director for Harbor of Grace Enhanced Recovery Center, Brandon works as a psychiatric nurse practitioner at University of Maryland’s Harford Memorial Hospital, with responsibility for inpatient, outpatient, and consultation services.

Brandon completed his post graduate studies from the University of Maryland School of Nursing with a national certification as a psychiatric nurse practitioner. He received his graduate degree from Wesley College and his undergraduate nursing degree at Harford County Community College.

Lauren Letterio
Lauren Letterio
RN
Maren Campbell
Maren Campbell
RN
Louise Ward
Louise Ward
RN
Kelly Ramsey
Kelly Ramsey
RN and Paramedic
George Torbert
George Torbert
LPN

At age 17, an Army recruiter approached George while he was cutting school. A few placement tests and parental approval, he later jointed the Army. He began his military career as an Army medic and graduated from the U.S. Army’s Practical Nurse Course in 1989. He retired from the U.S. Army in 2003.

Like much of the Harbor of Grace family, George has been personally impacted by addiction. His cousin became addicted to crack cocaine and resorted to prostitution to support her addiction. She was later raped, murdered and thrown in the trash where her case remained unsolved for 16 years until two retired police detectives reopened the case and brought the perpetrator to justice.

Since 2016, George supervises the “midnight” nursing detail and is a great employee who receives many complimentary surveys from our patients. George is loved by all!

FIRST RESPONDER STAFF & PEER SUPPORT

D. Kenneth Beyer
D. Kenneth Beyer
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Partner, Co-Founder

Ken is a 24-year veteran of the treatment community where his personal recovery began in 1992. Soon after, he realized he wanted to spend his life working with chemically dependent people and started his new career at Father Martin’s Ashley. Co-Founders Father Joseph Martin, Mae Abraham and Leonard Angus Dahl all made huge impacts on Ken’s early recovery and his career at Ashley. He was the Director of Admissions and Insurance Advisor, and later became the business advisor to the President, Leonard Dahl, helping to guide Ashley with real estate acquisitions and business matters. Ken served on the Ashley Board of Directors for seven years and maintained a consultant relationship with Ashley prior to joining the Board. A former successful owner of several restaurants, retail stores and a hotel, Ken was able to use his entrepreneurial background to assist Ashley with their growth and vision.

Ken’s busy life also includes being a part-time career firefighter-EMT-B/IVT and a volunteer firefighter. He is a past Fire-line Officer and past President of the Susquehanna Hose Company, a 100-member fire company in Havre de Grace, MD.  Ken is currently the EAP for Harford County Fire Volunteer Fire Association and the Peer Support Coordinator for the Harford County EMS Foundation.  He is a consultant for many police departments and career fire companies for addiction related matters within their respectable departments.  Ken has assisted various regional career and volunteer fire companies with chemical dependency issues and he has performed countless structured interventions, which include assisting several law enforcement agencies.

Ken is married to Laurie (34 years), and they have four children and two beautiful granddaughters. They reside in Havre de Grace, MD.

Dr. Brian Lerner
Dr. Brian Lerner
M.D. – Medical Director

Dr. Brian Lerner is board certified in psychiatry and addiction psychiatry.  He is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Medicine.  He completed his general psychiatry training at the Johns Hopkins Hospital where he served as Chief Resident.  He has also completed an addiction psychiatry fellowship at the University of Maryland.  Dr. Lerner comes to psychiatry with over two decades of clinical experience as a board certified ophthalmologist who is now following his long-time passion for psychiatry with interests in Depression, Anxiety, and Substance Use Disorders. He has participated in numerous medical investigations with scientific writings in professional medical publications.  Dr. Lerner is a compassionate, valued member of the Harbor of Grace Team.

Kathleen “Kat” Kennon
Kathleen “Kat” Kennon
LCSW-C – Clinical Director, First Responders Program

Kat is a board certified Social Worker Supervisor. She received her MSW from University of Maryland School of Social Work and has been a Mobile Crisis Clinician with the Baltimore County Police Department through their Mobile Crisis Response Unit for six years. Two of those years she has been a clinical supervisor.

Kat is trained in CISM, is a Certified Mental Health First Aid Instructor and helped train police officers and recruits in Crisis Intervention.

Sgt.  Chuck Hart
Sgt. Chuck Hart
Retired Baltimore County PD 35 Years, Vice-President Director of Law Enforcement Community Relations

Chuck is an active duty Police Officer with a large Regional Police Department.  Graduating from the Police Academy in March of 1986, Chuck’s career has spanned over 33 years and include assignments in “Foot Patrol” to his present-day assignment as the Commander for the Hostage Negotiating Team.  From March 2012 to the present time, Chuck is also assigned to the Behavioral Assessment and Crisis Management Unit, where he supervises a Team of Mobile Crisis Police Units.  Chuck’s many years of valuable training includes, but is not limited to Conflict Negotiation, Dealing with Crisis and Loss, Law Enforcement Trauma and Wellness, De-Escalation and Conflict Resolution through Crisis Intervention Tactics and Mental Health First Aide.  The affects of Critical Incidents on Law Enforcement Officers, grief, trauma and PTSD are several areas where Chuck is an expert.

Chuck’s rewarding career has graced him with over 53 Awards and Unit Citations for his remarkable commitment and service.  Harbor of Grace is blessed to have Chuck and his passion to serve on our Team to help our First Responder Program become the regional leader in the treatment of our Nation’s heroes.  He is a Harford County resident where he lives with his wife of 31 years and two sons.

Ben Becker
Ben Becker
Firefighter/EMT

Ben is a life-long resident of Harford County. After receiving a degree in telecommunications and electronics, Ben worked for Northrop Grumann in their Airborne Surveillance Division. He pursued his passion for the fire service beginning in 2000, when he joined the Bel Air Fire Company as a Firefighter/EMT-B. He has been employed at Aberdeen Fire Department for the past 15 years as an EMT-IV Tech. In addition, Ben works full time for the Harford County EMS Foundation, where he’s served since 2010

Over his nineteen-year career, Ben has received numerous life-saving awards and Commendations for extraordinary patient care. His exemplary patient-care skills make him a perfect fit for our Peer Support group at Harbor of Grace First Responder National Wellness Center.

Coming from a family with alcoholism, Ben’s heart is in the right place while working with the chemically dependent. We are blessed to have Ben on our team.

Mitch Brooks
Mitch Brooks
Firefighter/Paramedic (retired) Clinical Aide Supervisor

Mitch’s firefighting career began in 1991 in the US Navy where he served four years as an E5 Shipboard Firefighter.  Mitch’s civilian career with the Baltimore City Fire Department included eight years with a Truck Company, another eight years as a Paramedic on a medic unit including being selected as one of two firefighter/paramedics to serve as a Tactical Medic for the Baltimore City Police Department S.W.A.T Team.  He also served one year at the Fire Academy training new recruits.

Mitch’s personal journey in recovery from alcoholism began 23 years ago.  His Peer Support Skills and his ability to work with people in early recovery make Mitch a tremendous asset to our clinical team.  He lives in Havre de Grace with his wife of 26 years and his three daughters.

Mike McDermott
Mike McDermott
NYPD (Retired), Anne Arundel County PD (Retired), Vice-President Director of Law Enforcement National Relations

Mike was born and raised in Queens, New York.  Joining NYPD is January 1987, his various assignments include:  NSU5, 34 Precinct, Police Academy Instructor, Street Crimes, Warrant Squad, CWIT, Joint Apprehension Warrant Squad (JAWS), 71 PDU.

During Mike’s amazing career, he was awarded the Combat Cross medal and various Commendations and Meritorious police duty citations for exceptional police duties.  He retired from NYPD as a second grade Detective out of the 71 PDU.

Like the rest of our grieving nation, Mike was devastated by the terrorist attacks on 9/11.  He was detailed as a detective at “Ground Zero” on occasion and witnessed first hand the importance of Peer Support.

Mike is a trained Peer Support Counselor and helped coordinate the weekly hybrid 12 step meeting in Bowie, Maryland.  He is an instructor in Mental Health First Aid and member of the regional CISM Team. Mike is currently a patrol officer in Maryland where he continues working the road.  He is married 27 year to his wife Jeanne, and has three children.

Joi Alexander
Joi Alexander
First Responder Therapist
Kelly Ramsey
Kelly Ramsey
RN and Paramedic
George Torbert
George Torbert
LPN

At age 17, an Army recruiter approached George while he was cutting school. A few placement tests and parental approval, he later jointed the Army. He began his military career as an Army medic and graduated from the U.S. Army’s Practical Nurse Course in 1989. He retired from the U.S. Army in 2003.

Like much of the Harbor of Grace family, George has been personally impacted by addiction. His cousin became addicted to crack cocaine and resorted to prostitution to support her addiction. She was later raped, murdered and thrown in the trash where her case remained unsolved for 16 years until two retired police detectives reopened the case and brought the perpetrator to justice.

Since 2016, George supervises the “midnight” nursing detail and is a great employee who receives many complimentary surveys from our patients. George is loved by all!

Matt Chrest
Matt Chrest
Counselor Aide

Matt began his public service in 2004 as a volunteer fireman/EMT-B in Harford County.  During his ten years of service, he attained the rank of Fire Sergeant.  This is where Matt’s desire to pursue a career in law enforcement began and he joined the Baltimore Police Department.  His police service started with mid-night shift foot patrol in several of Baltimore’s troubled neighborhoods.  Since 2007, Matt has been reassigned to the Northeast District and Northern District FLEX Squad.  His many assignments include pro-active enforcement in violent drug infested areas.

In 2012, Matt was awarded the district operations officer of the month. Over his 15 year career, he has received multiple letters of commendation or arrests involving handguns.  He joined the National Law Enforcement & First Responder Wellness Team at Harbor of Grace as a Counselor Aide in 2015 and brings several years of Peer Support to assist other officers in need.

SUPPORT STAFF

Sue Eyet
Sue Eyet
Artist and Art Therapy Coordinator

Sue has decades of experience as an artist and teacher across a wide range of mediums. She is an expert basketmaker, beader, jewelry designer, and metalsmith. She was the featured artist for the book “The Fine Art of the Tin Can”. Sue is a commissioned artist for The American Visionary Art Museum, featured Book Artist for “Found Object Art II”, and “Fabulous Woven Jewelry”, and commissioned artist for the Governor of Maryland Art Award. Sue was the Resident Artist & Art Services Coordinator at Father Martin’s Ashley for several years. Sue feels grateful to have helped thousands of courageous folks to rediscover their creative spirit through art therapy while traveling the road to recovery. Sue is an active member of the Cecil County Arts Council.

Shannon Alexander
Shannon Alexander
Licensed Personal Trainer and Certified Group Fitness Instructor

Fitness has been an integral part of Shannon’s life for over 30 years. She believes that exercise not only has physical effects on the body but, more importantly, is a total mental and emotional boost as well. Overall wellness starts at the gym with conditioning, strengthening and endurance and stretching. It produces a sense of relaxation. People can take these skills and resources and further incorporate them in their daily lives to help develop healthy coping mechanisms.

As a child of addicts, Shannon has been touched by this disease her entire life and has watched the winding road of recovery for those afflicted. She is anxious to help others find a healthy outlet by choosing the course towards full body and mind wellness.
Shannon is a Licensed Personal Trainer and Certified Group Fitness Instructor. Her certifications include yoga, Pilates, R.I.P.P.E.D., TRX, Kettlebell Piyo and Kick Boxing.

Mark Gorney
Mark Gorney
Director of Patient Services, Counselor Aide Supervisor
Mike Kirby
Mike Kirby
Assistant Director of Patient Services
Steve Freeland
Steve Freeland
Counselor Aide Shift Supervisor
Jen Donovan
Jen Donovan
Counselor Aide Shift Supervisor