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Employee Spotlight: Trevor Warren, Clinician

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  1. What is your favorite part of working at CWCC? 

My favorite part of working at CWCC is the diversity among the clients that I get to serve and my team. CWCC has also done amazing things by supporting my professional development and allowing me fantastic opportunities to expand my knowledge base. 

  1. What do you like most about the work we do here? 

I like that we can provide such a wide array of services at an extremely affordable rate. Our sliding fee scale allows individuals to get services for as low as three dollars an hour, which is unheard of in the therapeutic community. Programs, such as social detox, crisis stabilization, and the independence house are such phenomenal diversion opportunities that help people in severe need, without the use of title 25 care, incarceration, or high costing medical services. The expansive assistance we can offer individuals through peer support, case management, job coaching, and quality-of-life funding, is an incredible, holistic approach to helping people get their lives restructured.

  1. What are you most proud of in your career so far? 

Although I cannot take credit for the success of my clients, as they are the ones that put in the work, I am proud to be a part of so many people’s change processes. I have seen unbelievable changes in the people I work with, who have retaken control of their lives and truly found themselves in the process.

  1. If you could have any superpower, what would it be? 

If I had a superpower, it would be the ability to heal people’s emotional and physical pain, through touch. I would put myself out of a job, but it would be worth it. 

-Trevor Warren