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Ronald L. Mangum

Clinical Assistant Professor

University of North Carolina

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University of North Carolina

101 Manning Drive Suite 6002 East Wing

Chapel Hill, North Carolina,27514

United States

Company Description

One of only 41 NCI-designated comprehensive cancer centers, the University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center brings together some of the most exceptional physicians and scientists in the country to investigate and improve the prevention,...more

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Employment History

Clinical Instructor

Jordan Institute for Family Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Consultant

National Youth Gang Center


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www.ncmhco.org

By Ron Mangum, UNC School of Social Work
Mangum, a clinical assistant professor and education specialist, has been managing the state's Peer Support Specialist program.


www.heraldsun.com

DURHAM -- Ron Mangum has been a clinician since 1977, but for all he does to care for those dealing with mental health and substance abuse issues, there's one thing he can't do: say he's been there.
Mangum said most people using recovery services feel isolated. When another person shares his or her experience, though the road in might be different, the road out to recovery could be the same. It's an "If they can do it, I can do it," approach, he said. Felishia McPherson said that while she has a master's degree in counseling, there is a difference in how she relates to those in recovery because she can share her own experiences. McPherson started as a certified peer support specialist at Wellness City and is now the community support liaison for The Durham Center. The North Carolina Certified Peer Support Specialist Credentialing Program is administered through UNC, where Mangum is a clinical assistant professor in the Behavioral Healthcare Resource Program at the UNC School of Social Work. Mangum said the peer support approach to recovery is modeled after Alcoholics Anonymous sponsorship, but rather than it being a hierarchy, specialists are side by side, walking with the person.


www.southernregionalahec.org [cached]

Ron Mangum, MA, CSAC, CCAS, is a Clinical Instructor at the UNC School of Social Work, Jordan Institute for Families.He is currently providing training to the Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention throughout North Carolina.


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There was also a monologue from the stage play "Angels Without Wings" by playwright and actress Pamela Rea and an insightful panel discussion moderated by Clinical Assistant Professor, Ron Mangum from the UNC Chapel Hill Jordan School of Social Work.
Mangum praised CenterPoint's and North Carolina's long-standing support behind the Peer Support program, and encouraged supporters to continue to remain steadfast in their recovery as well as their courageous service to the ones they support. See below for photos from the exciting Peer Supporter Day event!


www.cphs.org [cached]

There was also a monologue from the stage play "Angels Without Wings" by playwright and actress Pamela Rea and an insightful panel discussion moderated by Clinical Assistant Professor, Ron Mangum from the UNC Chapel Hill Jordan School of Social Work.
Mangum praised CenterPoint's and North Carolina's long-standing support behind the Peer Support program, and encouraged supporters to continue to remain steadfast in their recovery as well as their courageous service to the ones they support. See below for photos from the exciting Peer Supporter Day event!


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