Kris Hettrick recently joined the CHC staff in the position of Strategy and Student Assistance Program Manager. The Student Assistance Program (SAP) assists school personnel in identifying issues including alcohol, tobacco, other drugs, and mental health issues which pose a barrier to a student’s success in order that students may achieve, remain in school, and advance. Ms. Hettrick is a highly accomplished manager, with deep non-profit and business experience in working with adults and families from diverse academic and socioeconomic backgrounds. Skilled in project management, Ms. Hettrick brings experience in planning, organizing, and implementing solutions and managing budgets. Ms. Hettrick previously served as Education Services Manager providing leadership for three programs: Adult Literacy, Family Literacy with Early Childhood Education, and summer learning (K-4).
Stephanie Dorney joined the CHC staff as a SAP Liaison in November. The Student Assistance Program (SAP) assists school personnel in identifying issues including alcohol, tobacco, other drugs, and mental health issues which pose a barrier to a student’s success in order that students may achieve, remain in school, and advance. Ms. Dorney holds a BA in English from Moravian College. She previously worked as an Inclusion para-professional where one of her duties was to establish and maintain working relationships between teachers, parents, students and other staff.
Katie Gross also joined the CHC staff as a SAP Liaison in December. Ms. Gross holds a BA in Psychology from Moravian College and is a member of the psychology national honors society. She comes to us from Carbon Lehigh Intermediate Unit #21 bringing 2 years experience working as an Emotional Support Interventionist.
Center for Humanistic Change, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization providing prevention education to decrease use and abuse of drugs, alcohol and tobacco, and increase the practice of using positive life skills. For 37 years we have developed and delivered high-quality educational programming to people throughout the Lehigh Valley. During the 2015-2016 fiscal year, 44,566 people in the Lehigh Valley participated in CHC’s prevention programs. CHC believes that everyone has the potential to achieve goals, experience success, and lead a fulfilling life.