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Violence Prevention
Behavioral Health

Violence has deeply harmed neighborhoods, communities, and the state of Illinois. This harm comes from not only the immediate loss of life, but the detrimental effects of trauma experienced by victims, witnesses, and others. The City of Joliet has been identified as one of 15 municipalities with the greatest concentration of firearm and other violence victims. Joliet Township Government has been awarded a Trauma-Informed Behavioral Health Services grant from the Illinois Department of Human Services to aid those suffering in our community. With trauma-informed and evidence-based practices, our passionate Licensed Social Workers will join forces with you on your journey to healing.

Karissa Fleming, LCSW

Karissa Fleming is a highly qualified mental health professional, holding the title of Licensed Clinical Social Worker, with a rich academic and experiential background.
 
She earned her master’s in social work from the University of St. Francis. Karissa’s extensive experience spans a wide spectrum of areas, including working with local foster youth, teens, trauma therapy, community mental health, geriatrics, and individuals who have had involvement with the criminal justice system.
 
Karissa’s approach to therapy is characterized by her expertise in Integrative Therapy. This approach allows her to draw from various therapeutic modalities to tailor her interventions to meet the unique needs of each individual.

Latreavette McCline, LSW

We are delighted to introduce Latreavette McCline as the newest member of our esteemed team. As a qualified mental health professional and Licensed Social Worker, Latreavette brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our organization.

Latreavette graduated from Aurora University, earning a master’s degree in social work with a specialization in healthcare.

Her professional experience addresses homelessness, severe mental illness, trauma, community mental health, geriatrics, youth in alternative settings, and individuals who have been convicted of a crime. Employing Mindfulness Therapy, Latreavette adeptly combines diverse therapeutic modalities to tailor interventions and meet the unique needs of each individual

Haydee Martinez-Rosales

Haydee Martinez Rosales is a dedicated and compassionate clinical mental health professional with extensive experience in providing therapeutic support and counseling services to individuals facing various mental health challenges.  

Haydee graduated from Lewis University with a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling with a concentration in children and adolescents. Haydee has extensive experience supporting diverse populations, including foster youth, teens, unaccompanied minors, and survivors of trauma and sexual assault. 

As a qualified mental health professional, Haydee is committed to fostering a safe and supportive environment where clients can explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences without judgment. Through a client-centered approach, Haydee works collaboratively with individuals to develop personalized treatment plans tailored to their unique needs and goals. In addition to direct client work, Haydee is passionate about advocacy and education to reduce mental health stigma and improve access to services for underserved communities. 

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