Program Director of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
Doug joined JusticeWorks YouthCare in June of 2010. He was one of the Family Resource Specialists hired in Washington County. After spending two years providing excellent service in the field, he agreed to be a part of the team to implement Nurturing Parenting for JusticeWorks and soon after was promoted to Supervisor. He is a Nationally Certified Trainer for the Nurturing Parenting Program. Doug was also part of the team executing JusticeWorks YouthCare’s Anger Management program in Washington County. He represented JusticeWorks by attending the Judge’s Roundtable in Washington County until his most recent promotion in August 2017 as Program Director in Allegheny County.
Doug continues to demonstrate commitment and is an honorable team member with our “Whatever It Takes” attitude.
My Team Members
Founder & President
JusticeWorks Youthcare Management
JusticeWorks BehavioralCare Management
JusticeWorks Colorado Management
Justice Works OH Management
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