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March 10th 2014:Creating Hope, Creating Change: An agencys mission to assist others to achieve their potential. Guests Jim Wallis, VP, Preferred Family Healthcare and Kasey Harlin, MA CADC CCDP D

Honing in on their creative efforts to provide a full continuum of engaging, strengths-based, consumer-focused services, Jim Wallis and Kasey Harlin will discuss Preferred Family Healthcare and its innovative program Achieving Resiliency, Responsibility and Recovery Through Creativity (A.R.T.C.) program, how their agency has embraced the integration of creative, arts based strategies and the overall state of substance abuse prevention and treatment in the state of Missouri. For more information please visit www.pfh.org

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Kasey Harlin

Kasey Harlin, MA CADC CCDP-D is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor and Certified Co-occurring Disorders Professional-Diplomat in the state of Missouri. She has 21 years of experience working with adolescents with substance use disorders and is the Founder and Program Director for PFH’s Achieving Recovery Through Creativity A.R.T.C. program.
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Jim Wallis

Jim Wallis is VP at Preferred Family Healthcare (PFH), a leading Behavioral Health Organization in Missouri and Kansas providing Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment services. His experience has been in overseeing and implementing innovative opportunities for PFH’s adolescent and adult clients to receive quality care and services no matter personal and geographic circumstances. Jim has been employed at PFH for 10 years. Prior to this, Jim worked 15 years with at-risk Adolescents and their families as a Juvenile Officer and was employed with the Missouri Division of Youth Services as a Service Coordinator and Facility Manager.
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