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Cameron Ford

 

 

Cameron Ford, Executive Director brings 25 years of nonprofit experience to our team. Most recently, Cameron was Vice President of Business Development for CORE Vocational services, working primarily with youth and young adults. He was also CEO and founder of Iron Heart Gateways to Success, serving veterans and persons with disabilities. Cameron’s “off duty” pursuits involve the restoration of antique motorcycles, and, of course testing them out on our beautiful New England highways!

 

 

 

 

 

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Eric Harbeck

 

 

Eric Harbeck, Business Manager obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Colby-Sawyer College in 2011. He obtained his Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW)designation through the state of New Hampshire and has worked at Headrest since May 2014. Eric knows one great way to relieve stress is by staying active.He is very involved in the running world as a member of Team AMP, competing at regional and state wide events. Running for Eric is a wonderful and healthy outlet as well as a great way to explore the wild! Never stop exploring!

 

 

 

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Tom Howard

 

 

Tom Howard, Residential Manager ran his own flooring business for 30 years but has always been active in community services. He served two terms as State Representative for Sullivan County and he also operated a Serenity Farms, a local farm supplying vegetables and beef. Tom received his Associates Degree from New Hampshire Technical Institute and has also received his Certified Recovery Worker Certification (CRW). Tom is currently working on his Licensed Alcohol Drug Abuse Counselor(LADC) which he anticipates completing in 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Caleb Kelton

 

 

Caleb Kelton, Crisis Hotline Coordinator has been with Headrest since 2012, and Hotline Coordinator since 2015. Caleb leads the Hotline/Crisis team with his patience and understanding of our callers’ needs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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