We Need Your Feedback!

2020 Stigma Survey

Annual Report

(814) 724-4100

Mon-Thurs 8am-9pm • Fri 8-4:30pm

24 Hour Drug & Alcohol Crisis Toll-Free 844-6-HELPNOW (844-643-57669)

24 Hour Mental Health Crisis Hotline (814) 724-2732

Toll-Free (888) 275-7009

Case Management Staff

Cheryl

Case Management Supervisor

Cheryl is a Case Management Supervisor along with being a certified case manager. She began working at Crawford County Drug and Alcohol in 1997. Cheryl likes working with and helping people.

Cheryl graduated from Theil College with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology. Cheryl enjoys nature, outdoor activities, exercise, and crocheting. Her favorite self-care go to’s are prayer and meditation.

“What does recovery mean to you?”
Recovery is an ongoing journey working on health and wellness, learning to accept life on life’s terms and utilizing healthy coping skills to do so.

Kelly

Case Management Supervisor

Kelly is a Case Management Supervisor who has worked for Crawford County Drug and Alcohol since 2008 and is a Certified Case Manager. She loves watching the passion our staff have for helping those in need in our community.

Kelly earned a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice and a Master of Arts in counseling; both from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. One of her self-care favorites is exercising. Kelly enjoys crocheting as well as fundraising for with the Alzheimer’s Association.

“What does recovery mean to you?”
Recovery is an individual journey and no two experiences are the same; it requires commitment and cannot be done alone but can lead to a happy and healthy life.

Amy, BSW, CADC

Case Manager

Amy has worked at Crawford County Drug and Alcohol since 2013, where she started as an Addictions Counselor. In 2018, Amy transitioned to the position of Admissions Counselor. and in 2020 moved into a case management role.

Amy earned her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work in 1999 from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. She is also a Certified Alcohol Drug Counselor. Amy has over 21 years of experience in the human services field. Her career has included working with adolescents in both foster care and in the group home setting for 14 years and most recently at CCDAEC for the past 7 years.

Amy is skilled in assisting with topics related to adolescents, individuals involved in the criminal justice system, addiction, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, LGBTQ individuals, relapse prevention and many more. She utilizes a wide range of modalities including behavioral approaches, motivational interviewing, solution focused, person centered and strengths-based concepts.

Amy is passionate about helping others and strives to assist individuals in finding their best self.

Allison

Case Manager

Allison is a case manager who has worked at Crawford County Drug and Alcohol since 2018. Her favorite part of the job is getting to see the progress of her clients as they progress through treatment.

Allison is a 2016 Slippery Rock University graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in early childhood and special education. One of her self-care favorites is dancing to Justin Timberlake – no matter where she is; so, if you see her dancing in the office you know why. She also loves anything to do with Harry Potter.

“What does recovery mean to you?”
Brene’ Brown says, “Sobriety is not a limitation – it’s a superpower.” I completely agree with this- I have been blessed to watch as my clients shift their perspective from “being sober is a weakness” to “being sober is a strength.”

James

Case Manager

James is a Case Manager who has worked at Crawford County Drug and Alcohol since 2016 in addition to an internship with CCDAEC prior to becoming full time. James earned a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.

In James’s free time he enjoys playing video games, reading, listening to music, audiobooks, playing with his dogs, watching Hulu, and playing D&D.

“What does recovery mean to you?”
Freedom to live your life to the fullest. Whatever they want to pursue either personally or professional, sobriety will go a long way with helping them do that.

Kimberly

Case Manager

Kim is a case manager who has worked at Crawford County Drug and Alcohol since 2006. Not only is Kim a certified case manager, but also an excel application specialist. She began as a Case manager then transitioned into the Restrictive Intermediate Punishment program since it began in 2008. She enjoys the people she works with because they are like family and the client’s because she has met some of the best people through the RIP program throughout the years.

Kim earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Woodworking, being outside and going for a drive in her truck are a few of her favorite self-care go to’s; along with kayaking, and walking the dogs being some of her favorite activities to do in her free time.

“What does recovery mean to you?”
Determination, perseverance, fortitude, insight, belief in something bigger than yourself, honesty, compassion, progress, change, struggles, hope, success.

Marlena

Case Manager

Marlena is a Case Manager who has worked at Crawford County Drug and Alcohol for 1 year as of July 2020. She enjoys the people she meets everyday, the people she works with as well as the hope for a brighter today and tomorrow that comes with recovery.

Marlena has a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology with a minor in psychology from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Reading a good book and going for walks are a few of Marlena’s favorite self-care activities.

“What does recovery mean to you?”
Recovery is a process and it takes work every day to stay with it. It is a journey that is best traveled with supports around you to help you along and people that will meet you where you are at in that journey.

Patricia (Patti)

Case Manager

Patti has been a PCB-Certified Case manager with Crawford County Drug and Alcohol since 2006 and worked in case management since May 2002.

Patti earned her Bachelor’s degree in social work from Edinboro State College in 1978.

“What does recovery mean to you?”
Leading a full and responsible life with a clear mind and self-control is what recovery means to Patti.

Trina

Case Manager

Trina is a Case Manager who is also has her CAAP certification. She has worked at Crawford County Drug and Alcohol since 2007. Trina likes being able to help clients with their needs and to watch them succeed through treatment as well as being able to live healthier lives.

Trina earned her Bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Pittsburgh. Being outside, exercising and doing yard work are a few of Trina’s favorite self-care go to’s; along with spending time with her pets.

“What does recovery mean to you?”
Recovery means step by step, day by day process of healing

The Crawford County Drug & Alcohol Executive Commission Can Help

Call (814) 724.4100 to schedule your assessment

24-Hour Crisis Hotline (814) 724.2732