Alphonso Gibbs, Jr., LCSW

alphonsoMr. Gibbs is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with significant experience in corporate settings prior to working in the human service field for over 15 years.

Frequent conference presenter for National Partnership for Community Leadership (NPCL) on fatherhood issues; and for the Men’s Health Network on men’s health issues.

International workshop presenter and motivational speaker – having presented on Childhood Trauma to schools and national leaders.

Member of the Dialogue on Men’s Health, cialis a national stakeholder group of over 50 broad-based organizations and experts involved in advancing the health of all Americans, store with a particular focus on improving the health and well-being of men, discount boys, and their families.

Member of the Advisory Board of Bowie State University Social Work Department.
Member of the Men’s Health Network Board of Advisors

Current volunteer staff (8 years) at Adam’s House, in Prince George’s County, MD, a ten-month program for men of all ages, addressing all types of issues such as reentry, substance abuse, child support, anger management, legal issues, health, education, employment, and relationships.

Previous Positions Held:
Baltimore City Public Health Department, Deputy Commissioner
Saginaw County Public Health Department, Deputy Health Officer
Project Coordinator with the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) in the health disparity area of End-of-Life Care (Hospice and Palliative Care)
Launched a national initiative on men’s health issues at NASW.
Case manager for Interfaith Works, in Montgomery County, where cases included formerly dually-diagnosed homeless adult men and women,
Program Chief for the Prince George’s County Health Department (PGCHD), directing Operation Safe Kids, (OSK). OSK is a joint venture between PGCHD and the Department of Juvenile Services that addresses the physical and psychosocial issues and needs of adjudicated youth between 13 and 19 years old, as well as their families.
Adjunct faculty positions at Saginaw Valley School of Social Work, Catholic University School of Social Welfare, Bowie State University Social Work Department, and University of Southern California School of Social Work’s Virtual Academic Center.

Education:
Masters Degrees in Industrial Technology and Social Work

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Contact: Men’s Health Network
Washington, DC
202-543-6461 x 101
info@menshealthnetwork.org

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