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Children’s Case Management Team Lead Named in Parsons

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Children’s Case Management Team Lead Named

Parsons, Kansas – Labette Center for Mental Health Services (LCMHS) would like to congratulate Kenisha Morton, BA, who is the Center’s new Team Leader for the Children’s Case Management Program, otherwise known as Community Based Services (CBS). Morton’s first day in this position was on October 1st, 2013.

Matthew Atteberry, Executive Director of Labette Center stated, “We are pleased to announce that Kenisha Morton has been promoted to Team Leader for Community Based Services. Kenisha is a valuable asset to our organization and we are excited about her enthusiasm and abilities in our children’s case management department."

Morton acquired her Associates of Arts degree in Psychology and Sociology in 1998 from Coffeyville Community College. In 2008, she received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with minor is Sociology from Pittsburg State University. She began working with Labette Center as a Navigator’s Aid in 2006. In 2008 she became a case manager in the CBS program serving children with Severe Emotional Disturbances (SED). Morton enjoys listening to music, traveling and shopping in her spare time.

Labette Center for Mental Health Services provides a full range of mental health and substance abuse services to clients of all ages, and works closely with local agencies to provide the best care possible. The professionals at LCMHS work tirelessly to create hope and opportunities for life change by providing education, support, consultation, and therapeutic behavioral health services to the people and communities of Labette County.

For additional information contact:

Monica M. Simpson – Administrative Assistant/Marketing

Labette Center for Mental Health Services

PO Box 258

1730 Belmont

Parsons, KS 67357

620-421-3770

msimpson@lcmhs.com

www.lcmhs.com

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