The Community Mental Health Program is pleased to announce the following changes within the Crashbed Program.
Juan Quiroga has been awarded a Part-Time Contract position as Crashbed Worker effective September 5, 2014 through March 31, 2015.
Juan came to Mission Services of London in April of this year and has been working on a casual relief basis at both CMHP and at Quintin Warner House. Having completed a Bachelor of Law Degree in Columbia, a Social Service Worker Diploma through St. Lawrence College and an Addictions Certificate through Fanshawe College, he now looks forward to the opportunities he will have to work with the clients of the Crashbed Program.
Rachel Laderoute has been awarded a Part-Time Contract position as Crashbed Worker effective September 15, 2014 through March 31, 2015.
Rachel first came to Mission Services of London as a summer student in June 2012, working as a Child & Youth Activity Worker at Rotholme Women’s & Family Shelter. She returned to the same position in the summer of 2013. Having attained a Family Studies and Sociology Honors Degree through Brescia University College and the Child and Youth Work Diploma through Fanshawe College, Rachel was hired in January 2014 as a casual relief Resident Care Worker. She now looks forward to working and serving the clients at CMHP Crashbed Program.
Please join me in congratulating these employees on the successful achievement of their status within the Crashbed Program. We wish them continued success and personal satisfaction as they face the many challenges associated with the role of Crashbed Worker.
Director of Human Resources