Our Staff & Board

Making a Difference Every Day

Kirstin Health & Wellness services collaborates with caring & dedicated therapists, rehabilitation consultants, recovery support specialists, instructors and office personnel. We strive to serve our clients with integrity, respect and a smile.

KIRSTIN’S HAVEN INC STAFF

STEPHEN FONCHAM, MBA FOUNDER/PRESIDENT/CEO

Stephen Foncham has more than 17 years in the human services industry. He has strong and progressive experience in business development, program management and program operation. This experience was gained through his ownership and operation of an Avis-Rent-A-Car agency, Shell and Citgo gas stations. However, his passion for underserved people in around his community remained.In 2009, Stephen was a consultant for the Center for Enrichment and Development, LLC. There, he became involved in mentoring and advocating to improve the quality of life for adults with disabilities and Veterans in the Metro area. He quickly realized that he wanted to further serve this disadvantaged population. To achieve this goal, he founded Kirstin’s Haven Incorporated (KHI); a non-profit 501(c) (3). It was established to provide comprehensive supportive services and transitional/permanent housing to homeless families and veterans in Prince Georges County. Kirstin’s Haven mission is to provide the homeless with the tools and services they need to achieve and sustain self-sufficiency and independent living.Stephen is a member of the Baltimore Area Association for Supportive Housing (BASH), Prince George’s County Homeless Service Partnership (HSP) and the Southern Maryland Tri-County Homeless Board. He sits on the Veteran’s committee of the HSP and plays an important role in helping to shape services for homeless veterans in the county. He has received accolades for his assertive and persistent work in his community. Stephen earned his master’s degree in business administration from California Baptist University Jabs School of Business, and his bachelor’s degree from University of California San Diego.

WILLIAM G. FONCHAM, B.S. DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS

Mr. Foncham joined Kirstin’s Haven, Inc./Kirstin Care L.L.C. as the Director of Operations in May 2017. Mr. Foncham has worked with vastly diverse populations and has a background in the field of human services that ranges over six years combined with more than four years of administrative experience. He has worked in dental clinics, federally qualified health centers (FQHC), physical therapy clinics, hospitals, and a skilled nursing facility. His commitment to serving under served populations includes helping build houses for Habitat for Humanity in West Virginia, assisting dentists and medical doctors at Global Dental and Medical Brigades in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, and working as a program coordinator for the Healthy Future’s Program at the University of Maryland College Park. Mr. Foncham’s educational background includes graduating from the University of Maryland College Park with a B.S. in Family Science and he is currently attending The Johns Hopkins University School of Education to obtain his M.S. in clinical mental health counseling. Mr. Foncham is responsible for assessing administrative and management needs of Kirstin Care PRP by developing, implementing, evaluating and managing all non-clinical program elements. He assists the Program Director with the establishment of policies and procedures such as participation in budget preparation, monitoring of contracts, serving as a member of the management team, and the development of program grants and funding opportunities. Mr. Foncham is also responsible for assisting the Program Director with various initiatives and objectives such as daily activities, safety, interaction of others, and ensuring maximum provision of care to individuals. 


Senior Advisors

CHESLEY RICHARDSON, MPH BOARD CHAIRMAN

Chesley (Rod) Richardson founded, incorporated, and served as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Executive Director of a 501 (C)(3) corporate entity for more than 25 years. Before completing his undergraduate studies at The Detroit Institute of Technology, as a Natural Science major, he completed two years, of a four year obligation, on active duty in the United States Naval Reserves as a Medical Corpsman. He received an Honorable Discharge and also received a National Defense Service Medal. After discharge from active duty in the Navy he completed undergraduate studies, using G.I. bill benefits, to receive a Masters of Public Health (MPH) degree from the University Of Michigan School Of Public Health. After receiving his MPH and prior to serving as CEO of the 501(C)3 Rod was employed as a “Senior Program Development Analyst” with a BlueCross/BlueShield Alternative Health Care Program and as “Assistant to Senior Executive Vice President” at a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO). Concurrent positions included “Consultant Surveyor” with the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals Mental Health/Substance Abuse Programs and an appointment as an “Expert Consultant” with the U.S. Department of Health Education & Welfare/ Public Health Service. Other credentials held by Rod include Certifications in the following areas: Herbal Extract Specialist, Substance Abuse Addictions Counselor; Fitness and Nutrition; Holistic Nutrition Practitioner, and Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED (2014/2015). Rod has also ABD’ed a 15 month Alternative Health Care Practitioner program.

Board Members

MICHAEL STRONG, B.S. PROGRAM DIRECTOR, BOARD CHAIRMAN

Michael Strong is the founder and owner of Cogent Change Human Service Solutions www.cogentchange.com. Where the business focus is securing funding for prisoner re-entry, housing and workforce development for the underserved populations in Greensboro, North Carolina, Maryland and Washington, DC. As a human service professional, Michael Strong is committed to helping those who are addicted, poor, homeless, and veterans. As a homeless systems administrator, counselor, life skills instructor, grant writer, veteran’s volunteer and more importantly a sponsor, Michael’s life experiences have prepared him for a lifelong goal of enlightening, teaching and sharing with others how the battles they fight are never lost. Michael is also employed by Communities Helping and Empowering Patriots, Inc. (CHEP) as the Program Manager of DC Vets Service Intensive Transitional Housing in Washington, DC. Michael recently completed the Professional Counseling Education Program in Washington and is currently interning in preparation for a second career as a Certified Addictions Counselor. Additionally, Michael is: Member of the Prince George’s County DSS Veteran’s Committee, Member of Prince George’s County Veterans Stand Down and Homeless Resource Day Committee, Member of District of Columbia Veteran’s NOW committee, Michael has a degree in Human Services from the University of Phoenix, Finally, Michael is the author of Strong Getting Stronger: An Inspiration. Michael’s words to live by are from Elizabeth Wharton who wrote, “There are two ways of spreading light - to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it." 

 

IRVING WHITLEY, AIR FORCE VETERAN

Mr. Whitley joins the Kirstin's Haven, Inc. Board of Directors as an honorably discharged Air Force Veteran. He was discharged with a rank of an E-4. He has been residing at one of the Kirstin's Haven, Inc. locations and it has been an extremely pleasant experience. Mr. Whitley is always willing to refer other veterans to Kirstin's Haven, Inc. and to assist other veterans with their issues.


KIRSTIN CARE & KIRSTIN WELLNESS GROUP STAFF

Family Nurse Practitioner

SOPHIA FLYNN MSN, FNP-BC, CMDN

My philosophy is to provide you with quality care by using the skills to heal and the spirit to care

Registered Nurse

CARLA HALL, RN, DIRECTOR OF NURSING (DON)


Clinicians

Clinical Director

CARLA EVANS, MA, LCPC-S, NCC

Carla Evans joins the Kirstin Wellness Group as a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). My theoretical orientation is best described as integrative and I describe myself an eclectic therapist. I build upon a variety of therapeutic approaches to create the ideal treatment process that meet the specific needs of the client. I specialize in chemical dependency and addiction recovery. As a Certified Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapist (TF-CBT), I address the needs of children and adolescents diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and traumatic life events. I provide a warm, caring and safe environment where individuals may restore hope and become encouraged, and empowered.

Rehabilitation Specialists

PAUL MANNER, LCPC, LCPC-S, CCFC
 

ANGELA DUDLEY HAMILTON, LCPC-S

 

Rehabilitation Coordinator

VALENCIA LEWIS, MSW


Elizabeth Melchione, MA, LGPC


Consultants

  • ADAM GETTINGER-BRIZUELA, MA, AIP
  • MINDEE MAYO
  • LATISHA GOLDSMITH, B.S.
  • RUTH JACKSON, M.P.A.
  • CATHY LEMON
  • MONICA MARTIN, B.S.
  • KRYSTAL NEWTON, B.S.

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Contact Us

OFFICE: 240-392-2876 | FAX: 240-838-3015

Main Office

5801 Allentown Road, Suite 310

Camp Springs, MD, 20746

Group Site

1011 Brightseat Road

Landover, MD 20785

Foncham Distribution Center

1015 Brightseat Road

Landover, MD 20785

Office Hours
Monday:9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday:9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday:9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday:9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday:9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday:9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sunday:Closed