Lake Orion, MI – August 2017 – Guest House is proud to announce Jeff Henrich, MA, LAADC, as its new President and Chief Executive Officer.
The Guest House Board of Trustees announced their appointment of Henrich in late July, with start date of August 14, 2017. Henrich is no stranger to Guest House as he served as Executive Director of the Guest House Men’s Program in Rochester, Minnesota, from 2011 to 2014; and prior to that time, as a counselor and Assistant Director of the Men’s Program. Returning to Guest House from his most recent position as Program Director of Champion Center, a former 80-bed chemical dependency treatment facility in California, Henrich brings leadership and a passion for recovery and the Guest House ministry.
Henrich holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and a Master’s Degree in Counseling. As a licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor and county Social Worker, he has over 25 years of clinical practice experience. His previous work also includes leading grant-funded programs for chronic relapsing alcoholics and community-based services for MI/CD clients.
Board of Trustees Chair Mike Fontana shared, “After thorough succession planning and a comprehensive search process, the Board is pleased to have found the best individual to assume leadership of Guest House. Jeff has a long track record of strong directorship, and this combined with his deep industry knowledge and experience makes Jeff uniquely qualified to lead Guest House into the future.”
“I’m honored, and I’m grateful to the Board of Trustees for the opportunity to return to Guest House to work with the Board, the Senior Management Team and the entire staff in the common goal of a strategic vision that best serves our clients, remains faithful to the Guest House legacy and looks forward to what is to come,” said Henrich.
Guest House is grateful to former President and CEO Robert Koval for his leadership over the past three years. In his final words to staff, Koval said, “I will always keep Guest House and all of you in my heart. Let’s move on to the future!”
Guest House, Inc., identified in the Official Catholic Directory, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit health care provider that specializes in addiction treatment for Catholic clergy and religious, since 1956. It is governed by a Board of Trustees, comprised of 15 individuals including lay people and religious from throughout the United States. Contact Doris Brandt at 248-393-8935 or DorisB@guesthouse.org for more information.
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