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Phone: (208) 233-1276 or (208) 524-4818

Fax: (208) 233-0835

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440 E Clark Street Ste. A Pocatello ID 83201
211 S. Woodruff Ste A-3 Idaho Falls ID 83401

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Daniel Herrera, BA, CBRS and Case Management

Dan has over ten years experience in teaching skills to individuals that are lost as a result of their Mental Health Condition. He also works to connect individuals to resources in their community. He is out of our Pocatello Office. 

Kiley Leonardson, BA, CBRS and Case Management

Kiley, in our Idaho Falls Office is amazing at teaching skills to individuals that are lost as a result of their Mental Health Condition. He also works to connect individuals to resources in their community. She is bight, energetic and pure sunshine.

Darren Christensen, BA, CBRS and Case Management

Darren in Pocatello specializes teaching skills to individuals that are lost as a result of their Mental Health Condition. He also works to connect individuals to resources in their community. 

Andrew Welch, BS, CBRS and Case Management

Andrew in Idaho Falls specializes teaching skills to individuals that are lost as a result of their Mental Health Condition. He also works to connect individuals to resources in their community. 

Jennifer Hawkins, BA, CBRS and Case Management

Jennifer is a Community Based Rehabilitation Specialist (CBRS) and a Case Manager (CM) at Willow Sage Services, located in Pocatello, Idaho. Jennifer graduated with a BA degree in Psychology, focused in children and adolescent development, and a minor in criminal justice. She is currently enrolled to earn her master’s degree in mental health counseling. Jennifer focuses on peoples’ strengths, abilities, and potential which can promote positive change. She believes that everyone is a teacher and a learner, and addressing the broader issues that impact on communities, families and individuals can also lead to positive social justice. Jennifer helps others bring out their best; offering people community resources and assisting them in overcoming problems that keep them from leading a happy and more fulfilling life. She is a CASA volunteer; she advocates for a child’s best interest in court. She was appointed by a judge and through her work; she help judges develop a fuller picture of each child’s life. “Nature and nurture collectively form who we are, the self-schemas that make up our self-concepts help us organize and retrieve our experiences; human beings have the ability to make the needed changes for a better quality of life, if we choose.”

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