Hoyleton Ministries, through its broad spectrum of residential and community-based programming, enriches the lives of over 2,300 individuals each year. (http://www.hoyleton.org), announced the appointment of Brandi Garlich as Residential Clinical Supervisor.
The Residential Clinical Supervisor provides oversight of the clinical component of Hoyleton’s Transitional Living Program, Schippel House, Developmentally Delayed Residential Program and will supervise the nursing department. Mrs. Garlich will consult with cottage and other program staff concerning mental health issues of residents and will work with staff to develop and implement treatment plans. As a member of the Leadership Team, Mrs. Garlich will assist in the development of the program budget, organizational policy and other administrative initiatives.
“This promotion recognizes the contributions and hard work Brandi has made to Hoyleton during her tenure with the agency,” said Hoyleton Director of Residential Services Monte Mister.
Brandi joined Hoyleton in 2010 and over the past six years has served as a therapist on the residential campus. Brandi will begin her new position effective Monday June 20, 2016.
About Hoyleton Ministries
Hoyleton Ministries was founded in 1895 and is dedicated to creating a better world for the children and families of Southern Illinois. They serve 2,325 clients each year through their residential, child welfare, behavioral health, preventative services, and Puentes de Esperanza (Spanish-speaking) programs. Visit hoyleton.org for more information.