Our Team of Experts
The Curran-Seeley Foundation has been awarded a three-year CARF-Accreditation for our Assessment and Referral Program, our Intensive Outpatient Program and our Outpatient Program. This means that we adhere to the highest standards of quality and person-centered programming.
The Curran-Seeley staff are all licensed, caring professionals, experienced working with alcohol, drug and family violence issues. The staff provides flexible scheduling and offers sliding scale fees. Insurance and third party billing is available.
TRUDY BIRKEMEYER FUNK
Ms. Funk is the Executive Director at Curran-Seeley providing program direction and staff supervision to the organization. She is a Master Addictions
Mr. Decker is the clinical supervisor directing and supervising all clinical staff in the Jackson office. In addition, he is the Curran-Seeley
ROBERT F. “BOB” BRAGG
Licensed Addictions Therapist
Mr. Bragg was trained in addictions therapy while on active duty in the United States Navy. Mr. Bragg has worked in the treatment field in Wyoming
RYAN “BURKE” BURKE
Licensed Professional Counselor
Burke is a recent addition to the Curran-Seeley team. He is currently working with both our Intensive Outpatient and Adolescent treatment programs.
Ms. Cioffi joined the Curran Seeley Foundation in February 2009. She is responsible for Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Payroll. She also
Ms. Clarke is responsible for overseeing the day to day operations at Curran-Seeley. Her responsibilities include contract management, grant writing,
Provisional Clinical Social Worker
Anne is a recent addition to the Curran Seeley team. She is currently working with the Women’s and Men’s Outpatient Treatment programs. Anne
Receptionist / Scheduler
Ms. Lohn is the front-line for clients initiating their recovery programs with Curran-Seeley. She continues with tracking their attendance to ensure
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Ms. Werner is the Prevention Specialist and is responsible for teaching the substance abuse prevention and education curriculum in the local