Monica Reeves, M.Ed., LMHCA

Senior Program Manager
Monica Reeves, M.Ed., LMHCA, is a senior program manager at Advocates for Human Potential’s (AHP) Center for Technical Assistance. Ms. Reeves has extensive leadership and program implementation experience in behavioral health programs including community crisis services, community-based restoration services, transition and reentry services, and direct service as a behavioral health provider. Prior to joining AHP, she worked in publicly funded behavioral health for nearly 24 years in the State of Washington and worked with specialized populations suffering from serious mental illness that have included juveniles and adults, tribes, individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, individuals involved with the justice system, and those involved with the civil behavioral health system. Most recently, Ms. Reeves was instrumental in the implementation of the Washington State Trueblood Settlement Agreement of Contempt programs, with particular focus on implementation of the Outpatient Competency Restoration Program, which provided community-based forensic restoration to appropriate defendants. 
 
Ms. Reeves is well versed in behavioral health crisis systems as well as criminal legal and civil continuum of care. She also has extensive experience providing training and technical assistance on implementation of new programs and implementation of evidence-based practices. Ms. Reeves holds a master’s of education in guidance and counseling from City University of Seattle and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate. 


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