After 30 years of dedicated service with Community Support Services (CSS), Frank Sepetauc retired on August 6, 2018. Sepetauc held various positions within CSS, leading up to Vice President of Rehabilitation and Chief Operations Officer. While Sepetauc was instrumental in numerous endeavors within the organization, one of the most significant efforts he championed is the designation of the agency as a Federal Qualified Health Center – Look Alike. The agency received this designation earlier this year.
CSS is pleased to announce the promotion of three CSS employees in Sepetauc’s stead. Robert Stokes, Chief Executive Officer of CSS, said “with the retirement of a long-standing leader in the agency, we wanted to ensure continuity of direction for the agency. We believe the guidance and leadership of Meals, Omobien and Stahl will be critical to the success of our mission.”
Kimberly Meals is promoted to Director of Quality and Marketing. She retains her current responsibilities and will lead the agency in compliance. With her 20 years of experience with the organization and 10 years as a surveyor for CARF, accreditation organization, Meals is a pivotal member of the leadership team. She is committed to helping the organization provide quality services for clients.
Linda Omobien is promoted to Director of Clinical Services. She maintains responsibility for the Case Management and ACT programs while also assuming oversight of the Intensive Treatment Services program. She will provide administrative leadership for clinical services. Omobien has been with the agency since the doors opened in 1988. She is dedicated to helping the organization in its efforts to provide integrated behavioral health and primary health services.
Keith Stahl is promoted to Director of Operations and Residential Services. In addition to his current responsibilities, Stahl will assume oversight of the Employment and Forensic Service program. He will also provide the administrative leadership of the Outpatient and Primary Care Clinics. Since joining CSS in 1996, Stahl has been instrumental in establishing housing opportunities in Summit County for persons with mental illness. Stahl is committed to the continued growth of the organization.
(L to R, Linda Omobien, Keith Stahl, and Kim Meals)