Brian Owens joined the Joseph House team last month as the outreach and outpatient coordinator and clinical counselor. He brings to our organization more than 35 years of leadership experience in the behavioral healthcare industry, including counseling, nursing, advocacy, administrative and management. “Mental health affected me in a very personal way,” recalls Owens. “My older […]
After 20 years of service with Joseph House, executive assistant Bill Boone is entering a well-deserved chapter – retirement. Boone first came to Joseph House in 1999 as a client. He turned to the organization for help with an alcohol addiction that was taking a major toll on his life. “The drinking caught up with […]
Jim – or “Jimmy” as his family calls him – Engelhardt brings a unique perspective to his work as an alcohol and drug counselor at Joseph House; he has walked in the same shoes as his clients. In fact, the 71 year old is a former Joseph House client himself. Now going on 10-years sober, […]
As a clinical counselor at Joseph House, Brandon Cooper helps veterans overcome their biggest challenges dealing with life and addiction, and is always looking for ways to innovate to always provide excellent service. Get to know him in our staff salute.
Aaron Cheatham, weekend manager at Joseph House, is a Cincinnati native and a U.S. Army veteran of 12 years.
Bill Boone was stationed with the 101st Air Borne Division. Now, he serves at Joseph House as the executive assistant.
Meet Rickey Curry, night manager at Joseph House.
Meet Will Craft, U.S. Army veteran and overnight manager at Joseph House.
Meet Randy Stephens, maintenance manager at Joseph House and honorably discharged U.S. Navy veteran.
Meet Don Butler, proud U.S. Army veteran and nighttime front desk manager at Joseph House.