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  • Fr. Emil Hall Dedicated

    This past Sunday, the last day of the 45th Annual Fellowship Reunion, St. Joseph’s dedicated the property on our main Inpatient campus formerly known as the “White House” as Fr. Emil Tomaskovic S. A. Hall in recognition and gratitude for Fr. Emil’s commitment to St. Joseph’s mission of hope and healing. Fr. Emil served as our Executive Director from 1981 until 1989.

  • Reunion 2017!

    With over 250 alumni, residents, and staff in attendance, the 45th Annual Fellowship Reunion was truly a celebration of sustained recovery, hope, and gratitude.
    This is the sunset that many enjoyed on Saturday evening as the St. Joseph’s community gathered for the Dinner Dance.

It is my pleasure to announce that Zach Randolph has been named Inpatient Services Director, and that Tammy Landerway has been designated Deputy Inpatient Services Director. Both Zach and Tammy were serving in interim capacities for these positions over the past few months.
Zach and Tammy assume their new roles during a time of change in both the addiction treatment field, and for St. Joseph’s as an agency.
The external influences affecting the way we provide care are significant. For example, today, 97% of St. Joseph’s Inpatient admissions arrive with a heroin or opioid addiction diagnosis, which is a 26% increase over the past two years.
In addition, how the business model of Managed Care influences our providing services to a younger population with mental and physical health challenges continues to evolve.
And, it is precisely these types of challenges that Zach and Tammy are well suited for. As Zac points out, “My new …

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