REGIONAL HEAD OF GROUP AND IN-HOME SERVICES
Jennifer started working for SSVA as a DSP in 2009. She has held many different positions within the company, and is always ready to help where needed. She graduated from Tidewater Community College in 2011 with her Associate of Applied Science Degree in Management and from Old Dominion University in 2014 with her Bachelor of Science in Human Services. She is an endorsed Positive Behavior Supports Facilitator, a certified Ukeru Trainer, a registered QMHP, and a QIDP. In her free time she enjoys playing with her dogs and traveling.
REGIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE COORDINATOR
Camille has been with Support Services since July of 1997. She has held many positions during her career that spans over two decades. Some of these include Direct Service Professional, Assistant Senior House Manager to eventually joining the Human Resource department. Her passion in her current role stems from the many years she served our customers with SSVA. Working side by side with great leaders and following Kay’s mission is what motivates her to succeed and flourish. She strives to communicate effectively with associates across SSVA, while sharing her knowledge through positive practices. Outside of SSVA, Camille enjoys sewing, creating crafts and traveling with her family.
GROUP HOME COORDINATOR, QIDP
Patsy started working for SSVA as a DSP in 2013. She has worked her way up within the company from several positions, and is currently the Hampton Roads Group Home Coordinator, in charge of 5 residential group homes. She has also completed a 5 years company funded QIDP course and is now a certified QIDP. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and traveling to the mountains for weekend get a ways.
REGIONAL HEAD OF DAY SUPPORT, QIDP
Kassie started working for SSVA as a QIDP in March of 2019. She brings 30+ years of experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in day support, residential and institution settings in North Carolina. She holds a BS in psychology from Western Carolina University. In her free time, she enjoys the ocean, reading and cooking.
HEAD OF SPONSORED RESIDENTIAL AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Jeanne is a founding member of Support Services of Virginia. She has more than 40 years of experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She has provided a variety of supports, but her favorite thing to do is just spend time with folks who relate to the world in non-standard ways. Jeanne has held many positions within SSVA over the years and is now overseeing the Sponsored Residential program, including running of Dragonfly, a fully licensed support option for our customers who are in need of a short vacation or a temporary place to live. In her spare time, Jeanne loves to travel and is motivated by her continued passion to learn and discover new things.
QIDP/SENIOR SERVICE COORDINATOR DAY SUPPORT
It has been rewarding to be apart of such a Great Company. I am inspired every day to provide satisfactory services to those that we support at SSVA. It makes me happy to see people happy and participating in the things that they liking dong, supporting others wherever I am needed, and making sure that others are taken care of. The one philosophy that I maintain that that I am a “DSP first” so that I don’t loose track of my purpose for supporting people with an intellectual disabilities. I thank God for being apart of the SSVA Team.
QIDP/SERVICE COORDINATOR SPONSORED RESIDENTIAL
Ruth stared working for SSVA as a DSP in Day Program in May 2012. With in a year she became a certified QIDP. Ruth became Service Coordinator for Sponsored Residential in December 2015. Ruth has an Associates of Applied Science Degree in Human Services and has been working in the field for over 20 years.
IN HOME COORDINATOR
Maria started working for SSVA as a DSP in 2016. She began her career with SSVA as full time DSP in Day Support and In-Home. She worked her way up within the company taking on several positions, and is currently the Hampton Roads In-Home Coordinator. Maria is also in training to become a QIDP. She is currently attending Bryant and Stratton for her Associates in Human and Social Services. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and watching movies
IN HOME SERVICE COORDINATOR
Linda began working for SSVA in March of 2012 after retiring with 24 years of Naval Service. She has held many positions since joining the SSVA team from DSP working in Day Support and Group homes, Site Coordinator leadership position in Day Support, leading to her current position as In-Home Service Coordinator. Linda is currently training towards a company-funded five-year course to certify as a QIDP. In her free time, she enjoys working in her yard, doing projects around her house.
QIDP/DAY SUPPORT SERVICE COORDINATOR
I started my second career in January 2012 as DSP on the relief list, working both Day Support and Group Home, eventually to become QIDP and Service Coordinator with Day Support. Came with 21 years of special needs experience as a Mom and a volunteer with the Down Syndrome Association of Hampton Roads, Special Olympics Virginia Beach, and Chosen Ministries. I have a BS in Business Administration and worked 23 years in IT with Bank of America. In my spare time, I am my son’s social director and chauffer (Translation: I have no free time.)