Moe Bility, MS, MBA
Moe has over fifteen years’ experience in the Human Services field with the objective of meeting human needs through an interdisciplinary knowledge base, focusing on prevention as well as remediation of problems, and maintaining a commitment to improving the overall quality of life of the serviced population.
He served as a technical subject matter expert with Maryland’s Department of Human Resources Child Welfare system, specializing in promoting improved service delivery systems by addressing the quality of direct services, and seeking to improve accessibility, accountability, and coordination among professionals and agencies in service delivery for youth ages 14 to 21.
Moe has extensive experience in providing case management, substance abuse counseling, as well as assessing adults and youth in the private sector, through a government agency serving the general public and the criminal justice system. He serves as a motivator, empowering clients through client-driven services. He has the ability to collaborate with multidisciplinary team members to assess, formulate, implement and modify individual strategies helping clients reach their goals.
Jeanette De Jesus, BA, CBHCM, FARS, CFARS
Jeanette has over 13 years’ experience working with adults and children. She began her career as a Substance Abuse Counselor, working with dually diagnosed adults on an outpatient basis. She provided services including intake and assessment, individual and group counseling, drug screening and Case Management. Her clients included those referred by the Department of Corrections and Federal Prison upon their release.
Jeanette has also worked as a Behavioral Health Case Manager for children and adults with mental health or substance abuse issues in Volusia and adjacent counties. She conducted assessments, developed and reviewed service plans, linked clients and advocated on their behalf with area services, and supervised and trained other Case Managers.
Currently, Jeanette is a graduate student working on her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health. She speaks fluent Spanish, has a positive attitude and a sincere desire to help clients with their issues.
Keith Harryhill, MPA, CAP, BSW
Keith devotes his life and to those suffering from addictions and mental illness. If you or your loved one is struggling with a mental health issue, Keith can help.
His approach and techniques reflect evidence-based improvements over the last 25 years in mental health treatment technology. His specialties include Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, Music Therapy, Anger Management, Outpatient Networking, Cognitive Restructuring, Resistant Patients, and Therapeutic Communities.
Max Gullo, Emotional Support Therapy Dog
Max is a toy poodle who occasionally pops into our office to work along with our staff and provide the best care in an accepting environment. He enjoys spending time with clients, walks, naps and treats.