Michelle De La Riva

Michelle De La Riva, Executive Director, earned her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Purdue University and is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Michelle has worked with Community and Family Resources since 2005. She has served as an Adolescent Counselor, Co-Occurring Disorders Coordinator, and Clinical Director. Since 2012 she has served as the agency’s Executive Director, working to improve agency processes for both the staff and the people that we serve. Michelle currently serves as the Secretary of the Iowa Behavioral Health Association and is also a Board member of the Iowa Board of Certification and the Second Judicial District Department of Correctional Services.

Pam Barkley

Pam Barkley, Controller, has been part of the Community and Family Resources team since 2004. Pam graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from Iowa State University in 1999. Pam loves to hear about our client successes, whether they be large or small. Accounting generally does not lend itself to being able to help people, but through CFR staff, she can celebrate client successes and provide support to the CFR staff who positively affect the lives of our clients.

Sally Carnes

Sally Carnes, Operations Director, has been a part of the Community and Family Resources team since 2006. Sally received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Iowa State University. Throughout her career at CFR, Sally has held various roles within the agency, encompassing clinical, financial, and administrative functions. She is grateful for the opportunity to support the behavioral health treatment and prevention services offered at CFR, and is inspired by the recovery journeys of those we serve. In her free time, Sally enjoys reading, being outdoors, and spending time with family.

Andrea Jondle

Andrea Jondle received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice and Psychology from Buena Vista University in 2003 and is currently the Clinical Director of Addiction Programs at Community and Family Resources. A strong advocate for quality client care and best practices, she is actively involved in all facets of programming and remains current in changes that occur in the behavioral health field. Andrea has worked with adolescents and adults with addiction disorders since 2005 and is experienced in working with individuals with co-existing mental health and gambling disorders. Andrea was recognized as the 2014 Manager of the Year. Andrea is a member of several agency committees including Quality Assurance, Training Committee, and Marketing Committee. She is also active in several Webster County community collaborations including Family Treatment Court, Clinical Consultation Team, Human Services Provider Committee, and the Department of Corrections Advisory Team. Andrea is an active member of her community and enjoys spending time with her family outside of work.