Q & A with Leasha Ogle, SPARC Foundation’s new People and Culture Coordinator Q:What should we know about you? A: I was born and raised in Asheville. I attended TC Roberson High School. Go Rams! I went on to get my Bachelor’s in Psychology from UNC-Asheville and my Master’s in Human Resources from Western Carolina University. […]
“When I used to hear about someone losing custody of a child to DSS, I’d think ‘What is wrong with them? Why were they not taking care of their child? Who would do that?’ Until it was me. I did take care of my child. I love my son. And still, I made a terrible […]
“Offender services goes in conjunction with victim support programs in order to prevent future crimes,” Latek said. The SPARC Foundation is coming at it from all sides.
Dr. Michelle Álvarez Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Asheville MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH Dr. Michelle Álvarez offers insight, information and encouragement. Q: As a mental health professional, what would you like everyone to be more aware of when it comes to mental wellness? A: I think it’s important to remember a few things… and the first is that it does […]