INARF member Stone Belt announced that Maureen Gahan, who has directed the Milestones Clinical and Health Resources program for the past 15 years, will be retiring. Stone Belt has selected of James Wiltz, PhD to succeed her. Wiltz will start on August 3 and with the guidance of Gahan fully take the director role on October 1.
Since 2007, Wiltz worked for another INARF member Benchmark Services (formerly AWS) where he most recently served as a regional director and previously headed the Crisis Services for Southern Indiana. He currently teaches psychology at Ivy Tech Bloomington and makes state and national presentations on dual diagnosis, crisis care and continuum of care, including a presentation at the INARF 2015 Annual Conference.
“In Wiltz, Stone Belt is very fortunate to have found such a qualified successor for Gahan, whose talent, determination and experiences are hard to replace,” CEO Leslie Green says “Wiltz will bring new things to the position, but also will be able to provide continuity that will allow Milestones and the entire agency to continue to excel and grow.”