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Community Health & Resilience Initiative

Modeled after the School-Based Mental Health program, CHRI embeds consultative, training and treatment services into the working fabric of our community partner organizations. Community partners include Children's Services, Juvenile Court, Family Violence Prevention Center and the Fairborn and Xenia Police Departments. Our staff is dedicated to supporting the work of these crisis-oriented systems of care through consultation and training and providing quality trauma services to Greene County families through screening, consultation, community stabilization, therapy and linkage to community resources.

Jeff Conrad, M.S. Ed., LPC

Jeff Conrad

Jeff Conrad, M.S. Ed., LPC, has been living and working in Greene County since 1995. Jeff grew up in West Virginia and moved to Greene County after receiving his Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Fairmont State University in 1995. Jeff received his Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from the University of Dayton in 2007. Jeff has worked at the Greene County ESC since 2001 both as Family Advocate/Community Liaison and School Based Mental Health Therapist in the Learning Center Program. Jeff also has worked with youth in the community as a local high school football coach, baseball coach and now with girl’s Fastpitch softball select.  Jeff has worked with children and adolescents since 1995 beginning his career at Greene County Juvenile Court followed by the ESC. Jeff is now merging his juvenile court and mental health experience working with adolescents and their families focusing on trauma based mental health services throughout Greene County utilizing multiple trauma focused models including TF-CBT, ARC Therapy and Seeking Safety.

Samantha Vanderhoff, M.Ed., LPCC

Samantha Vanderhoff, M.Ed., LPCC

Samantha Vanderhoff, M.Ed., LPCC, has been working in the field of mental health since graduating with her Bachelor of Social Work degree in 2017. Sam went on to get her Master's degree from Lindsey Wilson College in Counseling and Human Development in 2019. She is currently working towards completing her doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision. She became licensed as an LPC in January of 2020 and worked primarily with school aged children. She later went on to take a job to get experience working with adults and became independently licensed in 2023. Sam joined the ESC at the start of 2024 and is working in the community at Children Services in Xenia focusing on trauma based mental health services. Sam works with children and families throughout Greene County, utilizing multiple evidence based trauma focused therapeutic models.  These include Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Attachment, Regulation and Commitment Therapy (ARC) and Seeking Safety. Secondary Traumatic Stress in the workplace and generational trauma are additional areas of focus for her work which also includes consultation and training with other professionals.

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