Treva Gray Jones, LCSW is a caring, professional and hard working clinician who finds meaning in seeking to improve the lives of children, youth, adults, families, and seniors in Metro Atlanta, GA and surrounding areas. With more than 22 years of working directly in the community, Treva has experience as a Mental Health Supervisor; and forensic experience as a Victim/Witness Advocate where she worked for close to 8 years in a specialized unit for victims of trauma in DeKalb County government; specializing in families, communities and victims of violence. She is certified in Cognitive Behavior Intervention for Substance Abuse by the University of Cincinnati Corrections Institute. She was also certified as a Victim Witness Assistance Program Coordinator by the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council in 2006 and has worked with children, adolescents, and adults. She studied at Clark Atlanta University’s Whitney M. Young, Jr. School of Social Work where she obtained her Masters in Health/Mental Health. She earned her undergraduate degree at Southern University at New Orleans where she generally studied in the area of Business and Substance Abuse Counseling.
Bachelors of Arts In Communication
Alonte is a Graduate of Clayton State University where he obtained his Bachelors of Arts in Communications and Mass Media Productions. He is a student at the University of Georgia School of Social Work. Alonte is responsible for communications and publications required for bridging education, human services, and technology. He has built a track record for producing videos, productions, and social media platforms to create interest, clarity and understanding human engagement, interaction, emotional insight and differences during developmental stages. Alonte combines educational and scholarly materials, music, art, and cartoons with other tools and resources to describe moods and attitudes in order for children, youth, adults, and seniors to gain the necessary insight in bridging the informational divide. While interning on the Crimes Against Children’s Unit in DeKalb County Georgia, Alonte saw an opportunity to help children and adults through unimaginable trauma and instill hope and new possibilities after a traumatic experience. He identifies ways to reach a much larger audience through social justice, media, community engagement, television, and video production. Alonte understands that the lens of equality and justice expands into emotional wellness across various spectrums to people in all facets of life and can pave the way towards a bright future of successful living.
Robert A. Jones
M.Ed, MCP, CompTIA A+
Robert A. Jones, M.Ed, MCP, CompTIA A+ Certified is the Education, Research and Technology Developer for Healthy Life Choices, Georgia. Robert ensures that advocacy, social justice and commitment from the community are available to move learners of all ages through the forever evolving social media platforms with access to the global and digital world. For over 17 years, he has worked diligently to provide current evidence-based educational resources with materials and technologies to enhance hope and new possibilities because learning can be fun. Robert seeks to provide the most in audio - visual aids and tools to engage in meaningful platforms for matriculation, continued growth, development, and success to the most vulnerable members of the community. He also consults with the newest advances in technology and enrichment; he offers real and relevant resources for learning and retaining new information. He understands the societal factors for families who are journeying with a loved one who is living with a mental illness and offers technology-based resources and access whenever possible. Robert earned a Master of Arts in Education with a specialization in Family and Community Services from Ashford University, and Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology focusing on Social and Criminal Justice.