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CIT-Youth Trainers: February Graduates

Our February CIT-Youth Train the Trainer was held in the Health and Human Services Building in Columbus, GA, and included 25 participants from a variety of agencies/organizations (list below). Our attendees included a mix of mental health professionals, NAMI representatives, nonprofit leaders, and law enforcement officers. Trainers for Days 1 and 2 were Dr. Jeanine Von Stultz and Jeff Santelli, and Dr. Kristen Zychinski led Day 3 of training. Plans are underway for our new trainers to deliver a CIT-Youth class for law enforcement officers in Columbus in May 2019.

  1. Lt. Joyce Dent-Fitzpatrick, Columbus PD, Muscogee
  2. Angelica Jordan, New Horizons, Muscogee
  3. Destiny James, New Horizons, Muscogee
  4. Cheri Patton, New Horizons, Muscogee
  5. Sue Marlowe, NAMI Columbus, Muscogee
  6. Desire’ Elliott, Blessings Three65, Muscogee
  7. Juanita (Beth) Campbell, Morningstar, Houston
  8. Evelyn Roberts, New Horizons, Muscogee
  9. Stephanie Waller, New Horizons, Muscogee
  10. Katie Wright, New Horizons, Randolph
  11. Ada Johnson, Columbus PD, Muscogee
  12. Curtis DeLoach, Ft. Benning – Children & Family Behavioral Health Services, Muscogee
  13. Tony Toliver, Ft. Benning – Children & Family Behavioral Health Services, Muscogee
  14. Dr. J Aleem Hud, Project Rebound, Muscogee
  15. Audorian Willis, DJJ, Muscogee
  16. Sherri Newkirk, Ft. Benning – Children & Family Behavioral Health Services, Marion
  17. Tiara Ward, Behavioral Health Link, Muscogee
  18. Chief Randall Burch, Bartow County Schools, Bartow
  19. Mimi Marlowe, NAMI Columbus, Muscogee
  20. Lt. Zarak Hasbrouck, Glynn County Schools Police Department, Glynn
  21. Beverly Stewart, Bibb County School District, Bibb
  22. Kelvin Roland, Twin Cedars, Troup
  23. Melissa Alford, Pathways, Coweta
  24. Timothy McGruder, Pathways, Coweta
  25. Jackie Ezell, DBHDD, Muscogee

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