Currently the Program Director of Massachusetts TC Clinical Group, Jerome has over a decade of experience in the Substance abuse Treatment and Prevention fields as a Clinician, Clinical Director, Program Director and Prevention Specialist. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in Psychology and Health Education from Cambridge College. He is also a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor.
He has also previously worked in several Boston area organizations as a youth motivational instructor, youth program manager, and child services coordinator, including work running the Boston Learning Center’s BIFF (Building Inspiration to Fight Failure) Program. He is the father of two girls, one boy and grandfather of five. He has the support of his wife Marie.
Currently the Clinical Director of Clinical Stabilization Services, Daniel has over fifteen years of experience in the Substance Abuse / Mental Health fields. He has a graduate degree in Mental Health, Addictions & Trauma Education from Cambridge College. Daniel is also a Certified Problem Gambling Specialist.
Daniel has been volunteering for the city of Brockton on the Board of Directors for Cemeteries since 2015 and as a Youth Basketball Coach for the Brockton Public School Department (BCB) since 2008. He is an Honorable Veteran from the United States Navy since 1994.
Daniel is the proud father of four children and five grandchildren ranging in locations from Key West, Fl. to Atlanta, GA. to home sweet home Brockton, MA.
Currently the Nurse Manager at Massachusetts TC Clinical Group, Andrea has over 30 years of experience in nursing. She has held positions such as director of nursing, hospital charge nurse, ICU nurse, and nursing home supervisor. In the substance abuse treatment field, she has worked as a utilization review nurse for High Point Treatment Center both in their Men’s Addiction Treatment Center and their Clean And Sober Teens Living Empowered (CASTLE) program.
Andrea holds degrees in education from Stonehill College and nursing from Massasoit Community College.
Currently the Lead Recovery Specialist of Clinical Stabilization Services, Richard is himself a graduate of the Teen Challenge faith based long-term program. He came to Teen Challenge Massachusetts as a resident on May 1, 2017, and completed his program on July 19, 2018. He remained as an apprentice where he acted as assistant to the academic coordinator for Teen Challenge Massachusetts.
Our support staff is comprised but is not limited to the following fields: