The Greene County ESC Prevention Team’s mission is to provide the most up-to-date preventive services to youth and adults in Greene County and surrounding areas. These services will allow youth and adults to become educated about substance use/misuse, coping skills for those who struggle with anxiety and depression, and all-around ways to become a healthier and happier version of themselves.
Below are some of the Evidence Based Programs our Prevention Team can provide for youth and adults.
- Trauma 101
- Stewards of Children
- QPR: Question, Persuade, Refer
- Hidden in Plain Sight
- SBIRT: Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (in schools only for ages 12 up)
- Mental Health First Aid (Youth and Adult)
- SOS: Sources of Strength
- Botvin Life Skills
Prevention Services Supervisor
Rachel Miller, M.Ed., LSW, OCPC, has been a part of the prevention team at the Greene County ESC since 2022. In 2023, Rachel became the Prevention Services Supervisor, overseeing both prevention and truancy services. Rachel is both an Ohio Certified Prevention Consultant and a Licensed Social Worker. Rachel earned her Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Social Work from Bowling Green State University, and her Master of Education in School Counseling from Wright State University. Rachel has over ten years of experience working in the prevention field, and has spent the majority of her prevention career serving Greene County. Rachel is the co-chair of the Greene County Suicide Prevention Coalition. She has delivered trainings and education sessions on topics including suicide prevention, life skills, and substance use prevention. Rachel has also sat on the Board of Directors of the Ohio Prevention Professionals Association since 2020. She is passionate about helping build the capacity of prevention professionals in Greene County and across the state.
937.767.1303 x 1124
Emily Magoteaux, OCPC, has been a Prevention Specialist for the Greene County ESC since 2016. Emily is an Ohio Certified Prevention Consultant, has a Bachelor Degree in Family Studies/Child Development and started working in the prevention field in 1999. Her experiences throughout the state of Ohio and in cross systems has provided her with expertise and knowledge in the juvenile justice system, child welfare system, adoption, and in the field of substance abuse and mental health. She is passionate about educating and teaching new skills to children, adolescent youth and their families on the lifelong impact and dangers associated with drug and alcohol misuse. In addition, she is a trainer for professional development on topics such as suicide prevention, child sex abuse prevention, trauma prevention, drug and alcohol prevention. Emily is dedicated as both a consultant and trainer to continue to break the stigma around substance use disorders and mental health.
937.767.1303 x 1126 or 1.888.947.3363 x 1126
Topher Peck, OCPSA, has been a Prevention Specialist for the Greene County ESC since 2023. Topher received his Bachelors of Science from University of Dayton’s Biology program in 2021. After graduating, he began his career in prevention at YWCA Dayton’s Rape Crisis Center as a Sexual Violence Preventionist. While in this role, Topher became highly involved in the Montgomery County Prevention Coalition, serving as Co-Chair for the Power-Based Violence Subcommittee – a position he still holds today. Topher later joined the Greene ESC Prevention team in fall of 2023 to better suit his passion for multidisciplinary prevention work, finding ways to address the complex and intersectional needs of today’s youth with an understanding that issues such as relationship violence, underage substance use, and mental illness rarely occur in isolation.