Cheryl Stahl, LPCC is the Substance Use and Mental Health Program Director with the Ohio Domestic Violence Network. In her role, she works with domestic violence programs to enhance access to services for survivors who use substances and/or have mental health conditions. Cheryl began her career volunteering on a crisis line and then went to as a Victim Advocate, Prevention Educator, Crisis Line Volunteer Training Coordinator and finally as a counselor in outpatient services. Prior to joining ODVN, Cheryl worked in both an outpatient setting and as the Program Manager for the Portage Area Recovery Center (PARC), a 23 bed women’s residential recovery housing program which Cheryl was responsible for creating from its inception. Cheryl has a great passion for working with the substance using/dependent population and continues to work to reduce the stigma associated with addiction and mental health.
Substance Use and Mental Health Program Director with the Ohio Domestic Violence Network