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Staff
Courtni White, ADT, Admissions Counselor
Courtni White joined Hudson Health Services' in August of 2015 as an Assessment Center Counselor. She graduated from Wor-Wic Community College in 2014 with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Chemical Dependency Counseling. Courtni then obtained certification through the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists as and Alcohol and Drug Trainee. Prior to her career at Hudson, Courtni gained experience in outpatient treatment settings, working primarily with individuals with co-occurring disorders. Courtni has plans of returning to school to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Social Work, with a minor in Psychology from Salisbury University.
 
Sheila Kroon, CSC-AD, Admissions Counselor
Sheila Kroon rejoined Hudson Health Services in 2017 as an Admissions Counselor. She began her career in addiction treatment with the organization in 2002 as a Behavioral Health Tech. Sheila received a degree in Chemical Dependency Counseling from Wor-Wic Community College in 2002 and obtained the Certified Supervised Counselor - Alcohol and Drug credential in that same year. Since then Sheila has worked in various inpatient and outpatient settings, gaining experience in individual and group counseling, gender specific and adolescent counseling, and in management of recovery residences.
 
Christina Colflesh, CSC-AD, Manager of Utilization Review
Christina Colflesh has been with Hudson Health Services since 2012. She earned an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Chemical Dependency Counseling at Wor-Wic Community College, and is licensed through the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists as a Certified Supervised Counselor - Alcohol and Drug. Christina has gained experience in several roles at Hudson Health Services, including Residential Substance Abuse Counselor, Aftercare Coordinator, and is currently Manager of Utilization Review.
 
Jaime Riley, Residential Discharge Coordinator
Jaime Riley joined Hudson Health Services in 2017 as the Discharge Coordinator at our treatment campus in Salisbury. Jaime has previous experience in the behavioral health field as a Tech at Hudson Health Services and as an Intake Specialist at an inpatient treatment facility specializing in co-occurring disorders. She is currently enrolled at Wor-Wic Community College pursuing an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Chemical Dependency Counseling with the plan to graduate in 2017. Jaime plans to continue her education at Salisbury University to pursue a Masters in Social Work with a minor in Psychology.
 
Joseph Seminara, ADT, Residential Counselor
Joseph Seminara joined the Hudson Health Services team in March 2016 as a Chemical Dependency Technician, and then advanced to a Residential Counselor in August of 2016. He received an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Chemical Dependency Counseling from Wor-Wic Community College in 2016. Joseph plans to continue his pursuit of higher education with a Bachelor and Master in Social Work through Salisbury University.
 
Patty Richardson, ADT, Residential Counselor
Patty Richardson, who began her career as a Tech at Hudson Health Services in September 2014, accepted a position as a Residential Counselor in January 2016. She received an Associate of Applied Science in Chemical Dependency Counseling in May of 2015 and plans to continue in her education pursuing a degree in Social Work.
 
Roketta Collins, ADT, Residential Counselor
Roketta Collins was hired as a Residential Counselor at Hudson Health Services in October 2016. She completed an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Chemical Dependency Counseling from Wor-Wic Community College in May 2013 and received the Alcohol and Drug Trainee Certification shortly thereafter. Roketta plans to attend Wilmington University to pursue a Bachelor of Science Degree in Behavioral Science.
 
Alana Martin, Residential Peer Recovery Specialist
Alana Martin came to the Hudson Health Services team in May 2016 as a Peer Recovery Specialist. She works with our patients on strengths-based goal setting, and during down times she enjoys getting the patients motivated- using constructive game playing and team building exercises. Alana has completed various trainings including the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy, WRAP, and Mental Health First Aid. She is also a certified facilitator of the Drumming Off Drugs program recently implemented at Hudson Health Services. Alana is currently working towards certification as a Peer Recovery Specialist through the Maryland Addiction and Behavioral Health Certification Board.
 
Angela Givens, CADC, ICADC, Delaware Housing Life Specialist
Angela Givens is the primary counselor at Hudson Health's Delaware Halfway Housing. She received an Associate's Degree in Childhood Development from Delaware Technical Community College. A desire to work with individuals with mental health and/or addictions eventually led her to work in the behavioral health departments of correctional facilities as a counselor - a journey she began in 2011. Most recently prior to her employment at Hudson Health Services Angela was a Counselor at Connections. Angela is currently pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Behavioral Science from Wilmington University.
 
Amy Rust, Delaware Housing Case Manager and Community Liaison
Amy Rust joined Hudson Health Services in the Delaware Housing program in November 2016. She received an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Human Services from Delaware Technical Community College in May 2016 and is currently enrolled at Wilmington University pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Science. Amy previously worked in an outpatient setting with individuals with Substance-Use Disorders in Delaware.
 
Jesse Tallyen, CPRS, Delaware Certified Peer Recovery Specialist
Jesse Tallyen is certified with the State of Delaware as a Peer Recovery Specialist. He has been employed by Hudson Health Services since September 2016 and currently works with the residents of our Delaware Recovery Housing - the Tau and Corinthian houses. He is an alumnus of the Delaware housing program, which is why he chose to stay and mentor the men and women who reside there in early recovery. Jesse has set his sights on furthering his education and aspires to complete a degree in Drug and Alcohol Counseling from Delaware Technical Community College in the near future.
 
Rebecca Hall, ADT, Maryland Housing Case Manager and Community Liaison
Rebecca Hall joined Hudson Health Services in July 2017 as a Case Manager and Community Liaison in the Maryland Recovery Housing Program. Rebecca received an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Chemical Dependency Counseling from Wor-Wic Community College in 2014. She plans to return to school to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Social Work, with a minor in Psychology from Salisbury University. Rebecca has received the Alcohol and Drug Trainee designation from the Maryland Board of Professional Counselors and Therapists. She has prior experience working with individuals with co-occurring disorders in outpatient treatment settings.
 

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