Dr. McGregor joined CFR in February of 2022 as a Medical Healthcare Provider. She is certified in Psychiatry and Family Practice.
Dr. McGregor graduated from University of Iowa with her Doctor of Nursing degree in 2011 and her family nurse practitioner in 2004. Dr. McGregor has worked in family practice, ER, internal medicine, urgent care, and as a hospitalist. Dr. McGregor works full time at CHC in Fort Dodge, IA. Dr. McGregor enjoys seeing patients of all ages. In her personal time, she enjoys spending time with her family. She has a husband of 32 years, a son, daughter, daughter-in-law and granddaughter.
Angi A. joined CFR in January 2021 as a Mental Health Therapist.
Angi's previous experience includes advocacy for persons with disabilities, nursing home social work, hospice, residential substance abuse admissions, and most recently she worked remotely in Wisconsin for people using the Family Care Medicaid program. Angi graduated from both state schools with a BA in Social Work at Iowa State and a Master’s degree in Social Work from University of Iowa.
In her free time she likes to walk on nature trails and watch birds. She enjoys spending time on her vacation property in Boscobel, Wisconsin and playing and enjoying life with her extended family, husband, grown sons, and grandchildren.
Connie H. is the Case Manager at CFR’s Men's Recovery House located in Fort Dodge. Connie began her journey with CFR in 2012 as an overnight Treatment Specialist at the STARS Adolescent Residential Treatment Program and worked for CFR until 2014, then returned to CFR in 2016 as a Residential Counselor. Prior to her current position at CFR, Connie worked at Friendship Haven as the activity person in the Alzheimer’s Unit. Connie completed her Bachelor degree in Human Services and Psychology with a minor in Sociology from Buena Vista University. She has a passion for people and loves what she does.
When Connie is not working she loves spending time with her 3 sons and 11 grandchildren. Connie loves attending as many of their events as possible. Connie also likes to work in her flower garden, sit on her porch and watch the hummingbirds.
Katlin S., MA, IADC, joined CFR as the Adult Residential Women’s Unit Program Supervisor, and she also oversees the Men’s Recovery House’s in Fort Dodge in March 2021. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Buena Vista University in 2017 and her Master of Arts degree in Human Services, with an emphasis in Forensic Behavioral Health at Concordia University, St. Paul in 2021. Katlin’s career in substance use began in 2015 as a treatment specialist and then substance use residential counselor at a women and children’s facility in 2016. She received her CADC in 2016 and then upgraded to an IADC in 2018.
In her free time, Katlin enjoys spending time with her four children, her husband, friends, and two dogs. She enjoys theme parks/roller coasters, spending time at the pool, Crossfit, self-care, and is passionate about helping people seek recovery. Katlin is excited to continue to learn and grow her career at CFR.
Ronette C. is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC) in the State of Iowa. Ronette is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Arts degree. Before coming to CFR, she worked for eleven years with at risk juvenile males with substance use, behavioral, and emotional concerns. She has also worked in two different school districts helping students with special needs and behavioral disorders.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her granddaughters, Arriya and Elliya.
Tammy H. is a substance abuse counselor at our Fort Dodge inpatient residential facility. She comes to us from Houston, Texas and has been with us since 08/2019. Tammy currently holds her CADC along with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Victim Studies with a minor in Psychology from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. She will be returning to graduate school to work on her master’s in Social Work at University of Northern Iowa.
Tammy provides a variety of services at CFR including meeting with clients one on one and running weekly group sessions that consists of self-esteem, distress tolerance, emotional regulation skills, and sexuality.
In her free time, she hangs out with her husband and son. She has learned to enjoy each moment of life, take nothing for granted, and spend as much time enjoying family as she can. She enjoys biking, movies, games, gardening, painting, shopping, and cooking.
Tia H., IADC, has worked for Community and Family Resources as a Substance Abuse Counselor since 2013 and is the Adult Residential Treatment Men's Unit Program Supervisor in Fort Dodge. Tia completed her Bachelor’s Degree in criminology, with a minor in psychology, at Buena Vista University in Fort Dodge. She upgraded from a CADC to an IADC certification in May 2016.
Tia has provided substance use counseling services in various settings, including: residential, outpatient, and within the criminal justice system. In 2015, she received CFR’s Counselor of the Year and Fort Dodge Outpatient Office MVP awards. Tia has been a member of several agency committees and continues to be excited to grow with CFR.
In her free time she enjoys spending time with family, reading, gardening, and working on projects at home.