Join Valley Cities for a riveting panel discussion and Q&A forum on the Fentanyl Crisis, how Fentanyl Use Disorders are treated, and how our Valley Cities Behavioral Health is responding to increased need. Come meet with other community leaders as we discuss this crisis and its impact on our community. Refreshments provided by the Phoenix Rising Cafe.
• Dr. Richard Gieger, Chief of Inpatient and Residential Services, PhD.
Richard has been at Valley Cities since May 2020. Richard has over forty years of experience in Inpatient Behavioral Health, most of that in the administration of programs and facilities.
• Vicki Brinigar, Director, Recovery Place Seattle, SUDP, LMHC
Vicki has been in the field since 2010 and is a Substance Use Disorder Professional and a Mental Health Counselor, licensed in the state of Washington. She has been a Director of Inpatient since 2020 and has been an Approved Clinical Supervisor since 2018.
• Rose Baldridge, Director of SUD Services, NCAC II, SUDP
Rose has been in this field for 20+ years. She has worked in all facets of recovery from youth programs to inpatient to adult outpatient programs. She is trained in a variety of treatment models and will work with individuals to determine the approach that best fits their needs. Rose is committed to providing a safe and accepting environment that facilitates growth, insight, and change.
• Scott Stewart, Program Manager, SUDP
Scott has worked in nonprofit, community behavioral healthcare for over 14 years. He joined Valley Cities in 2019 as a Care Navigator in the MATCH Program. Less than a year later, he transitioned into a management role as the MATCH Program Manager. In 2023, he transitioned to Recovery Place Seattle as the inpatient Program Manager.