Clinical Staff

  • Scott Barkemeyer, LMSW
  • Cara Bass, LCP
  • Veronica Bauer, LCP
  • Christina Bays, LMSW
  • Drew Belanger, LMSW
  • Ashley Bennett, BCBA
  • Sharri Black, LMSW
  • Patricia Bryan, LSCSW
  • Vicki Claassen, APRN
  • Amanda Coonrod, LSCSW
  • Ivonne Cozad, LMSW
  • Donald Crowder, LSCSW
  • Dena Dean, LMSW
  • Sarah Emerson, LMSW
  • Jacqueline Fahey, TLMLP
  • Robyn Finckbone, Psy.D.
  • Mechele Ford, APRN
  • Travis Freed, LMLP
  • Kolbie Gilliland, TLMLP
  • Ashley Granville, LMSW
  • Morgan Grey, LCPC
  • Jessica Hammer, LMLP
  • Brynn Hooper, LMSW
  • Krystal Kershaw, LMSW
  • Alexandra Kohlhase, LMLP
  • Ruben Lara, LMSW
  • Elizabeth Lemp, LMSW
  • Rene Lombard, LPN
  • Paige Lopeman, LMLP
  • Nicole Masoner, LPC
  • Rebekah Mastel, LMLP
  • Charles Millhuff, DO
  • Danielle Naeger, LPC
  • Kirby Pope, MD
  • Connie Romig, Ph.D.
  • Meghan Russell, LMSW
  • Courtney Sanders, LMSW
  • Danielle Pitchford, RN
  • Crystal Scott, LSCSW
  • Hannelore Smith, LSCSW
  • Austin Solis, LMSW
  • Brianna Thill, LPC
  • Dana Thomas, LMLP
  • Janna Walpole, LMSW
  • Jennie Watson, LSCSW
  • Kayleen Ybarra, LCPC
  • Shanna Ziegler, APRN

FSGC Recognizes 2020 Distinguished Staff

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FSGC is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 “Making a Difference” Award, given for providing direct therapeutic or administrative support that helps northeast Kansas children and their families.

The 2020 winners are:

  • Drew Belanger – Clinical Staff
  • Sarah Bubna – Case Manager/Care Coordinator
  • Romie Chavez – Supervisory Staff
  • Lacey Clark – Mental Health Specialist
  • Sylvia Hollis – Support Staff
  • Joshua Smart – Attendant Care Provider

Brenda Mills, CEO, said, “Every FSGC staff member is dedicated to making a difference in the lives of the kids and families we serve. Each year, however, a handful of staff members are nominated by their co-workers because they provide service that consistently exceeds expectations. From those nominations, our ‘Making a Difference’ Award recipients are selected.”

Awards are presented in six staff categories each year. A committee of FSGC staff members representing all areas of the agency reviewed nominations. Recipients of the award are selected for effectiveness in their work with children, families and co-workers; zeal in promoting the advancement of mental health; and professional interest and involvement.

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Did you know?

Each year, one in five children experiences a mental health issue that disrupts their life. Of those children, only one in three gets treatment.