Both Office Locations

Dustin Jones, Youth Support/Peer Support Specialist

 I have been active in my own recovery process for the past couple of years now. That is what has inspired me to become a Peer Support Specialist, to help those who are in their own recovery process. As a Peer Support Specialist I believe that there are many pathways to recovery and my goal is that with everyone I meet I encourage them to find those pathways to work best for that individual and to instill hope, resiliency, and support for recovery. My other certification I have is a Certified Fitness Trainer because I also believe that physical and mental health’s go hand in hand.

 

A little bit about me is I am a big family person. My wife and I currently have 7 children and 4 dogs crazy right?! I am a big fitness enthusiast and am currently a competitor in two sports I love. I am a down to earth person who respects everyone I meet.

Pocatello

Camille Hally: Peer Support Specialist

Camille loves Southeastern Idaho, where she was born and raised. Loving the great outdoors, especially hiking and canoeing, even caused her to be a professional mountain and river guide. Receiving a scholarship and attending Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, she is now motivated to focus her education on the mental health field at Idaho State University. She has a great love for helping others and did so for years as a healthcare advocate. She loves to help those who are working on their mental health, as she has done so for herself—causing her to gain empathy for others with these struggles.

Jamie Nelson: Youth Support/Peer Support Specialist

Kim Heppner: Peer Support Specialist

Idaho Falls

Kelsi Sullivan: Peer Support Specialist

Lauri Leonardson: Peer Support Specialist

Courtney Bright: Youth Support/Peer Support Specialist