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Mary Lynn

Senior Director, Marjorie Kovler Center

Heartland Alliance Inc

HQ Phone:  (312) 660-1300

Direct Phone: (773) ***-****direct phone

Email: m***@***.org

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Heartland Alliance Inc

208 S. Lasalle Suite 1818

Chicago, Illinois,60604

United States

Company Description

Heartland Alliance, one of the world's leading anti-poverty organizations, works in communities in the U.S. and abroad to serve those who are homeless, living in poverty, or seeking safety. It provides a comprehensive array of services in the areas of health, ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Secretary, Senior Director

The Marjorie Kovler Center for the Treatment of Survivors of Torture


Director of Mental Health Services

Chicago Health Outreach


Director

Mental Health Service of Chicago Health Outreach


Clinical Director

Ecker Center for Mental Health


Affiliations

The National Consortium of Torture Treatment Programs

Representative


Education

Everson , MS


Master of Science

counseling psychology

George Williams College


master's degree

Counseling Psychology

University of Illinois at Chicago


Web References(21 Total References)


NCTTP - Executive Committee

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Mary Lynn Everson, MS, LCPC, is senior director of the Heartland Alliance Marjorie Kovler Center in Chicago.
Her vision is aligned with the Center's three-part mission. Her clinical focus is on improving access to services and outcomes for torture survivors and their families. Her focus in training is to increase education locally and globally regarding torture treatment. Her advocacy efforts focus on support for torture treatment centers, changes in legislation affecting torture survivors, and ending torture worldwide. Mary Lynn is responsible overall for the growth and continued development of Marjorie Kovler Center as well as for quality management planning for international programming. Mary Lynn has a Master of Science degree in Counseling Psychology from George Williams College and over 30 years experience in community mental health, including 15 years developing and managing trauma treatment programs at Heartland Alliance.


NCTTP - Executive Committee

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Top row: Cris Riley, Ann Marie Winter, Pete Dross, Mary Lynn Everson, Kristin Bulin.)
Mary Lynn Everson Secretary Senior Director, Marjorie Kovler Center, Heartland Alliance International, Chicago, IL.


NCTTP - Executive Committee

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Top row: Cris Riley, Ann Marie Winter, Pete Dross, Mary Lynn Everson, Kristin Bulin.)
Mary Lynn Everson Membership Committee Chair Senior Director, Marjorie Kovler Center, Heartland Alliance International, Chicago, IL.


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Mary Lynn Everson, senior director of the Heartland Alliance's Marjorie Kovler Center and Refugee Health Program, says the center helped a Beninese couple two years ago, but that they've since lost touch with them.
Everson also repeats Clark's statements about the value of a previously settled community. "Sometimes it does help if there was a previously settled community," Everson said. "[Immigrants and refugees are] not planning to leave. They don't have this all mapped out. They're either bought out of detention, or they leave very quickly. "If their family says, 'go to Chicago,' then they might go there," Everson said.


victorygardens.org

Featuring Mario Venegas (Chilean torture survivor), Mary Lynn Everson (Heartland Alliance Kovler Center), Dr. Nancy Bothne (Chicago School of Professional Psychology), and others.


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