CentrePoint Support Living, is very proud of the growing staff of knowledgeable, talented, educated professionals who contribute to the well-being of our clients. Our clinical and direct services staff are comprised of licensed and qualified behavioral and mental health professionals. Our counselors and therapist are supervised and directed by a experienced clinical director.
We are always looking for new staff members, that have the compassion and professional capacity to serve the needs of our varied client populations. Professional members of our staff can choose to work either full time or part-time with our special needs clients that are intellectually and developmentally disabled.
President and Chief Executive Officer
As the founder and visionary of CentrePoint Support Living. Mr Williams brings more than 40 years of business experience to the agency from investment management, technologies and non-profit executive management. Mr. Williams as a social business entrepreneur is also the Founder of Nehemiah Global Foundation, that is a nonprofit organization. We are excited to make a difference in the lives of children, youth in the child welfare system and special needs populations.
Steven Gilbertson, MA, NCC, LPC, CACIII
Clinical Director and Supervisor
Mr.Gilbertson bring more than 30 years of counseling and senior level experience to Nehemiah Behavioral Health. Mr. Gilbertson has a deep knowledge of consultation, training in the behavioral sciences including mental health, substance abuse, child welfare, domestic violence including clinical and administration functions. Clinical training towards licensure and certification, practice management including fiscal and administrative solutions for individuals and agencies. Qualified expert witness in the 4th Judicial District in behavioral healthcare including mental health, domestic violence and substance abuse.
Kim Hector – Director of Nursing
Doctorate Degree Nurse Practitioner
Kim has a Doctorate of nursing practice is the highest degree available in nursing. APRNs with DNP degrees become experts in their field. FNPs typically have either a master of science in nursing (MSN) or a doctor of nursing practice (DNP) with a specialization in family nursing. Kim has also completed her Masters Degree-In Nursing Education –
MSN nurse is a leader, a mentor, and a forward-thinker in the nursing field. MSN nurses are needed to guide aspiring nurses and health care staff, and to ensure the quality of care that patients receive on the day-to-day.