FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 5, 2007
Andrea Milani appointed director of Brown County Recovery Services
|Talbert House hosted a welcoming reception in October for Andrea Milani (third from the right), new director at Brown County Recovery Services. Also pictured are (from the left) Alvin Norris, Ray Beckraft, Probate/Juvenile Court Judge Margaret Clark, Shirley Ziegler, and Coleen Chamberlain.
GEORGETOWN—Talbert House is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrea Milani as director of Brown County Recovery Services. Milani will oversee the program, which provides prevention, assessment, treatment and reintegration services to over 1,200 clients at its two offices in Georgetown and Mount Orab and several Brown County schools.
Most recently, Milani served as director of Talbert House’s Offender Reentry Services. She is a recent graduate of EXCEL (Executive Curriculum for Emerging Leaders), a nonprofit leadership training program. Milani also has served as manager of Talbert House’s Cornerstone and Adult Substance Abuse Services programs. She earned a bachelor’s of mental health counseling and a master’s in counseling psychology from Gannon University and is a licensed chemical dependency counselor.
Talbert House is a social service agency ranked in the Business Courier’s list of top 25 largest nonprofit organizations in Greater Cincinnati. The agency provides services in community corrections, mental health, substance abuse and welfare-to-work and serves 28,000 registered clients a year with an additional 50,000 served through prevention and hotline services.
Talbert House is a community-wide nonprofit network of social services with over 40 proven programs focusing on prevention, assessment, treatment and reintegration. Each year, Talbert House helps more than 28,000 men, women and children across Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky overcome adversity to become healthy and productive citizens through its programs in community corrections, mental health, substance abuse and welfare-to-work.
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