Madison Noble is 1 of the 30 Prevention Interns funded in Ohio for 2023-2024. She is a Prevention Registered Applicant through the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board and a founding member of the Problem Gambling Prevention and Treatment Coalition of SW OH. Also, she is a member of the Problem Gambling Network of Ohio and the Ohio Suicide Prevention Foundation.
Michelle Gabbard, Chemical Dependency Counselor (CDCA), Certified Family and Peer Support Specialist, Community Health Worker, and a Prevention Registered Applicant through the Ohio Chemical Dependency Board. She is an intern with SAMHSA 988 and Behavioral Health Crisis Coordinating Office through The Washington Federal Intern program, a stakeholder for EMPOWER project, and an Ohio Representative for SAMHSA planning committee’s project working to improve maternal and fetal health outcomes. Michelle will complete her credentialing education in spring 2024 for the Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist Assistant (OCPSA) through the University of Cincinnati. She will earn her bachelor’s in social work and substance use counseling from the University of Cincinnati in 2025, with an interest in advocacy and public health policy. Michelle received a full scholarship to the 2024 Ohio Problem Gambling Conference in Columbus Ohio from the Problem Gambling Network of Ohio.
Nancy Eyman is s a lifelong learner and looks for opportunities every day to help others. Nancy will earn a bachelor’s in social work in 2024. Nancy has also earned a BS in Education from UC and a Paralegal Certificate from Mt. St. Joseph University. She is completing requirements for Substance Abuse Counseling Certification and Ohio Prevention Registered Applicant.
Jennifer Hopkins, Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC II) is applying for Ohio Prevention Registered Applicant with an interest in suicide, substance misuse and problem gambling prevention. Jennifer earned an Addiction Studies Associates of Arts degree from Cincinnati State Technical and Community College in 2022. She will earn the bachelor’s in social work from the University of Cincinnati in 2025 and is completing continuing education to earn the Ohio Gambling Disorder (GAMB) Endorsement. Jennifer resides in Butler County.
Janina Moman, Ohio Certified Prevention Specialist Assistant (OCPSA) is a Prevention Specialist at Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Health Services in Clermont County. She will earn the bachelor’s in social work from the University of Cincinnati in 2025. Janina shared, “I am honored to serve as the Vice Chair of Communications for the Coalition Committee planning the June 28, 2024 Continuing Education. Conference focused on prevention Committee. I bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the committee, and I am passionate about making a positive impact in the world around me.” Janina is completing continuing education to earn the Ohio Gambling Disorder (GAMB) Endorsement and will be attending the Ohio Problem Gambling Conference in February 2024.