The Behavioral Health Director oversees and is responsible for the provision of Behavioral Health (BH) services at NACA, ensuring they are in accordance with Arizona licensure requirements, nationally recognized standards of care, and various grant funding agencies. The BH Department provides substance abuse programming, suicide prevention education, behavioral/mental health counseling services, and the Pathways Youth Program. The BH Director clinically supervises the BH staff for both clinical stewardship, and meeting licensure standards.
Curtis Randolph, PhD, LPC, received his Bachelor of Science from Juniata College, and his Master of Education, Master of Arts, and his Doctorate of Philosophy from Northern Arizona University. Curtis is also a licensed professional counselor.
Curtis has vast experience as a Behavioral Health Director, Child and Family Therapist, Mental Health Consultant, School Counselor, Clinical Supervisor, and Group Counselor for DUI offenders. He has also been a Youth Advocate since 1995.
Curtis was born in Ganado, Arizona, and spent most of his youth in Keams Canyon, Arizona, where he developed a passion for serving Native peoples. Curtis loves traveling with his family, and fly fishing.