Andrea Gregg Founder, Executive Director Andrea is passionate about working with individuals from all walks of life and helping them along their journey with compassion and acceptance. She takes an integrative approach to therapy that focuses on identifying strengths and empowering individuals to solve their own problems. Her primary areas of clinical interest include trauma, depression,  anxiety, grief and loss, and personality disorders. Andrea has a Master's degree in Professional Counseling and is licensed as an associate counselor (#C2541A). In addition, Andrea has received specialized training in trauma treatments such as EMDR and Trauma-Focused CBT. Andrea’s work is supervised by Carrie Halladay, LPC.

Andrea Gregg
Founder, Executive Director

Andrea is passionate about working with individuals from all walks of life and helping them along their journey with compassion and acceptance. She takes an integrative approach to therapy that focuses on identifying strengths and empowering individuals to solve their own problems. Her primary areas of clinical interest include trauma, depression,  anxiety, grief and loss, and personality disorders.

Andrea has a Master's degree in Professional Counseling and is licensed as an associate counselor (#C2541A). In addition, Andrea has received specialized training in trauma treatments such as EMDR and Trauma-Focused CBT. Andrea’s work is supervised by Carrie Halladay, LPC.

Cami McKenzie Administrative Director Growing up, Cami learned first-hand how important mental health is to individuals as well as the people who love them. Her experiences resulted in a desire to have a place in her community where anyone could receive quality mental health counseling, regardless of income. As the administrative director, she is responsible for the business aspects of Safe Haven Counseling. She has almost a decade of experience in management, bookkeeping, and marketing. She is also a spring 2017 candidate for Bachelors of Science in Accounting. In her freetime, she enjoys reading and spending time with her husband, Jeremy, and their son, Seth.

Cami McKenzie
Administrative Director

Growing up, Cami learned first-hand how important mental health is to individuals as well as the people who love them. Her experiences resulted in a desire to have a place in her community where anyone could receive quality mental health counseling, regardless of income.

As the administrative director, she is responsible for the business aspects of Safe Haven Counseling. She has almost a decade of experience in management, bookkeeping, and marketing. She is also a spring 2017 candidate for Bachelors of Science in Accounting.

In her freetime, she enjoys reading and spending time with her husband, Jeremy, and their son, Seth.

Jeremie Harrison Chairperson, Board of Directors Born and raised in Calhoun County, Alabama, Jeremie Harrison has a great love for this community. He attended school at Berean School of the Bible and Alabama School of Ministry. He currently serves as the Pastor of Fellowship Church's Jacksonville campus. Jeremie has a wonderful wife, Erika, and two awesome kids, Madison and Caleb.

Jeremie Harrison
Chairperson, Board of Directors

Born and raised in Calhoun County, Alabama, Jeremie Harrison has a great love for this community. He attended school at Berean School of the Bible and Alabama School of Ministry. He currently serves as the Pastor of Fellowship Church's Jacksonville campus.

Jeremie has a wonderful wife, Erika, and two awesome kids, Madison and Caleb.

 
LaChandra Bartholomew-Jones Co-Chairperson, Board of Directors LaChandra is a graduate of Jacksonville State University with an Ed.S in Clinical Mental Health in addition to holding a M.S. in Community Agency Counseling. She also completed her undergraduate work at Jacksonville State. She has previously interned with Northeast Alabama Crisis Center and Anniston Community Agency Foundation in 2010 and 2011 respectively. Since 2014, she has provided voluntary bi-weekly group services at W.A.D.E Freedom House and has also had a fifteen month tenure with Boys and Girls Club of America.

LaChandra Bartholomew-Jones
Co-Chairperson, Board of Directors

LaChandra is a graduate of Jacksonville State University with an Ed.S in Clinical Mental Health in addition to holding a M.S. in Community Agency Counseling. She also completed her undergraduate work at Jacksonville State. She has previously interned with Northeast Alabama Crisis Center and Anniston Community Agency Foundation in 2010 and 2011 respectively.

Since 2014, she has provided voluntary bi-weekly group services at W.A.D.E Freedom House and has also had a fifteen month tenure with Boys and Girls Club of America.

Nathan Abell Secretary, Board of Directors Nathan Abell is proud to be counted as a member of the Safe Haven board. He sees Safe Haven as a crucial developing asset for East Alabamians who would otherwise not receive the quality treatment they deserve. Nathan believes that access to quality mental health treatment is a basic human right and a cornerstone of well-being in the same category as food and shelter. He intends to see Safe Haven grow into the strongest program of its kind in the state and serve as a successful and sustainable example for other communities to follow. Nathan is a graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law and practices in Oxford in the areas of criminal, family, employment and disability law.  He lives in Oxford with his wife Drue.

Nathan Abell
Secretary, Board of Directors

Nathan Abell is proud to be counted as a member of the Safe Haven board. He sees Safe Haven as a crucial developing asset for East Alabamians who would otherwise not receive the quality treatment they deserve.

Nathan believes that access to quality mental health treatment is a basic human right and a cornerstone of well-being in the same category as food and shelter. He intends to see Safe Haven grow into the strongest program of its kind in the state and serve as a successful and sustainable example for other communities to follow.

Nathan is a graduate of the University of Alabama School of Law and practices in Oxford in the areas of criminal, family, employment and disability law.  He lives in Oxford with his wife Drue.

John Sudduth Treasurer, Board of Directors John is a graduate of both Jacksonville State University and the University of South Alabama. He brings over 10 years of accounting and financial experience to help guide Safe Haven through various reporting and planning issues that arise in our growing practice. John expanded upon his business background by completing his degree in Psychology in 2012, which further aided his collegiate teaching and mentoring initiatives over the past seven years. He is passionate about seeing others find balance in their lives through a combination of spiritual growth, active involvement in the community, and a meaningful pursuit of healthy relationships. John currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia, where he serves as Controller for Pioneer Concrete Pumping Services, Inc.

John Sudduth
Treasurer, Board of Directors

John is a graduate of both Jacksonville State University and the University of South Alabama. He brings over 10 years of accounting and financial experience to help guide Safe Haven through various reporting and planning issues that arise in our growing practice.

John expanded upon his business background by completing his degree in Psychology in 2012, which further aided his collegiate teaching and mentoring initiatives over the past seven years. He is passionate about seeing others find balance in their lives through a combination of spiritual growth, active involvement in the community, and a meaningful pursuit of healthy relationships.

John currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia, where he serves as Controller for Pioneer Concrete Pumping Services, Inc.