With more than 20 years of experience in the management of clinical and programmatic services, Neverson will be responsible for providing clinical and administrative oversight to the Maryland programs. These programs serve neighbors who experience homelessness or are at risk to be homeless, individuals with mental illness, individuals with intellectual disabilities, those in need of affordable housing or supportive services, those recovering from substance abuse addictions and those involved in community corrections.
A professional dedicated to her industry, Neverson serves as an adjunct assistant professor in the School of Social Work at Howard University in Washington. She also regularly speaks and publishes articles about social work.
Neverson is a licensed social worker in Maryland, independent clinical social worker in Washington, certified trauma systems therapist, certified trauma systems trainer, multi-systematic therapist, functional family therapist and community based intervention II/III. She also holds a co-occurring disorders clinical competency certificate.
Neverson earned her doctorate in social work from Howard University, a Masters of Social Work from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Maryland.
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