NEW YORK, NY —Brian Parchesky has been promoted to Senior Program Director at the Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services, New York State’s largest provider of programs and services in the areas of mental and physical health, domestic violence, and supportive housing.
As he has done since 2013, Mr. Parchesky will continue to run the Westchester-based Hawthorne Cedar Knolls, one of The Jewish Board’s residential treatment centers for teens with emotional challenges.
He will add to his portfolio responsibility for training, at all of The Jewish Board’s residential treatment centers, the social workers, psychologists, and direct-care staff members who work with young people who have experienced family violence, sexual exploitation and other types of trauma.
Mr. Parchesky will also will be part of a group of Jewish Board senior staff members charged with developing policies and procedures related to the reform of Medicaid managed care initiated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
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