Shonta Fleming named assistant director of Samaritan Ministries

Shonta Fleming, Samaritan’s new assistant director

Shonta Fleming named assistant director of Samaritan Ministries
April 23
13:04 2019

Willis Miller has been a familiar face to the guests and volunteers of Samaritan Ministries for many years. He is now enjoying his retirement and Shonta Fleming has been named as assistant director.

Fleming previously served as the Project Cornerstone supportive services counselor for four years. During her time in that role, she provided case management as well as substance abuse counseling for the individuals in the program and the group. Fleming has made a significant impact in the lives of men who have gone through the program, many of whom attribute their success to her support.

Fleming is a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor with the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board. She holds a master’s degree in human services with a counseling specialization, and a bachelor’s degree in human development and family studies. She has over ten years of experience in working with homeless individuals and in the substance abuse field.

Her prior work experience includes serving as a case manager at The Salvation Army and an intensive outpatient counselor at Insight Human Services. She has also worked as a case manager with youth and families with behavioral, mental, and substance abuse concerns, and has advocated for families in local courts and schools for needed services.

Fleming will concentrate most of her time on working with guests to identify their needs and connect them with the necessary resources to get help. She also plays a substantial role in the overall logistics of Ministry operations and coordinating efforts with partner agencies to continuously find ways to serve guests.

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