Second Chance Journal by Emerge - March 2023

The Emerge Clinical Team is ready to serve our community!

With a trained staff of clinicians in place, the Emerge Clinical Services Center will offer full diagnostic assessments with referrals to appropriate services, including partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient group counseling (IOP), standard outpatient group counseling (SOP, individual counseling, case management, and peer recovery support services.

Contact us at 937-272-4925

Pictured (front row, left to right): Alicia Cormier, LPCC-S, Corporate Compliance Officer; Carah Gatchie, LCDCIII, LSW, Outpatient Counselor; Jacob Shelley, CDCA, Case Manager; Missy Adams, CPRS, Peer Recovery Support; Rebecca Bickett, Billing Specialist.

Back Row (left to right): Lucas Gulley, LCDCIII, LSW, Outpatient Counselor; Nathan Crago, LICDC, Clinical Director; Jeffrey Moore, CDCA, Mens Housing Manager; Dustin Fields, LSW, Outpatient Counselor.

Emerge to dedicate men’s recovery area to Greene County Commissioners 

Nation's first vocational community for men in recovery expected to open this spring.

Read More

Real Roots Radio is the best way to keep up with Emerge!

Listen to our latest segment of Embrace Emerge as we hear from Missy Adams, Executive Director of Hope Hub, our women's recovery arm.

Listen Here

Thank you to Scott McGohan!

As CEO of McGohan Brabender, Scott was our keynote speaker at the Emerge Founders Leadership Lunch on March 3. Thank you, Scott, for being a champion for those battling mental health and substance use disorder.

Grief Event Sponsored by Hope Spot of Greene County

Organized by the Hope Spot of Greene County, this event features Dr. Alan Wolfelt, one of the world's most renowned and respected grief educators and counselors. He will present two separate grief events on Thursday, April 6, at the University of Dayton Marriott at 1414 S. Patterson Boulevard. 

To Register for this event Contact Hope Spot at: 937-352-6367 or

This trio of champions for youth, Doug Mann, Doris Edelmann, and Beth Mann have devoted decades to enriching the lives of kids in foster care. Doug and Beth invest their support with FLOC (For the Love of Children), a nonprofit organization that has expanded to provide 16 programs to bring love and joy to kids in foster care. Emerge plans to step in as a resource with housing, life skills, vocational programs, and job placement when these kids age out of the foster care system. What a great reunion for Beth and Doris Edelmann, Emerge Emancipation Director to continue to dream big for these young people! Check out Contact Emerge to schedule a tour and dream big with us!

Interested in Sponsoring this event? Click the link to learn more about how YOU can invest in lives at Emerge!

Click Here


Facebook  LinkedIn  Instagram  Web