Brent is the Executive Director of Cirrus House and is more than just the "boss". He is a husband, father, artist, and martial arts instructor. As the Executive Director, Brent manages the agency’s fiscal and human resource services, resource development, and community outreach to ensure that the goals, purposes, and objectives of Cirrus House, Inc are being fulfilled. In all areas of job performance, Brent strives to promote and fulfill the mission and vision of the clubhouse and oversee management and other programs within Cirrus House Inc.
However, don't be fooled by his title and description, you are likely to see Brent engaging with members or working in the kitchen. He may even be willing to share some of his marital arts techniques with you!
Our clubhouse staff is here to promote your strengths and engage with you in meaningful activities. Schedule an appointment and come by and meet our staff!
Marcia Estrada (pictured right) is the services manager and supervising practitioner at Cirrus House Inc.She is responsible for managing the therapy department, community support services, day staff, and Cirrus House assisted living facility. She also provides individual therapy for those who face mental health or substance use challenges.
Kendra Dean (pictured left) is the operations manager at Cirrus House Inc. She oversees various functions including Cirrus House rental units, maintenance staff, and health and safety procedures
Our therapy staff includes clinicians for both mental health and substance use therapy.
Our therapists include
Penny Cooper, Karri Garcia, and Lisa Wakeley
Our Community Support Workers provide direct rehabilitation and supportive services to individuals in the community with the intention of supporting the individual to maintain stable community living, and prevent exacerbation of mental health or substance use challenges.
Matt Reese and
Evelina " Evie" Moreno, PLADC.
Our YTS staff help youth find their strengths and encourage them to pursue future goals. Additionally, our youth transition support workers are certified in the Transition to Independence Process (TIP) model.