Mr. Foncham has worked with vastly diverse populations and has a background in the field of healthcare that ranges from over ten years and seven years of administrative experience. Mr. Foncham’s clinical experience ranges from working in the mental health, dental health, physical therapy, and primary care sectors of health. His commitment to serving underserved 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 Futures Program at the University of Maryland College Park. Mr. Foncham has gained experience working in the fields of mental health and substance abuse by working at St. Elizabeths Hospital and working at Aquila Recovery respectively. He has gained experience conducting and co-leading mental health and substance abuse groups in addition to observing art, yoga, music, and dance therapy groups. Mr. Foncham is the first counseling student from the Johns Hopkins counseling program to intern at St. Elizabeths Hospital as well as the first to design and implement a group curriculum for a Fatherhood substance abuse group at Aquila Recovery. Mr. Foncham's educational background includes graduating from the University of Maryland College Park with a bachelor's in Family Science and graduating from The Johns Hopkins University School of Education with a master's in clinical mental health counseling.

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  • "Mr. Robert Holmes, Veteran U.S. Armed Forces said he came to Kirstin’s Haven unemployed and feeling hopeless. KHI was able to assist him in finding gainful employment and participating in community resources for health and therapy. As part of his recovery process along with supports from KHI, Mr. Holmes reunited with his family and relocated to Virginia to live with his wife."
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