Syringe Services Program Supervisor
“I am honored to be a voice for our clients who have not been able to have a voice.”
Shannon believes that Sound Pathways role is to provide wraparound services without judgement. Recovery is not black and white. It’s a process and Sound Pathways is here to support people through the setbacks and successes along the way.
“There was a mom who returned to our clinic several times for overdose kits and supplies for her son – and it’s not because she was enabling him as people often think. She simply wanted to keep him healthy and alive so that when he was ready, he’s healthy enough to turn his life over.
Any day could be the day that an addict decides to get sober.”
Shannon graduated from Linfield College with a Bachelor’s in Social and Behavioral Science. She has worked with children and families for more than 25 years including positions in the corrections field and at DCYF.