Jasmine has obtained her MS in Applied Behavioral Analysis from Capella University, she is Register as Behavior Technician and has worked in the Human Service field for over 14 years. She has labor in the Mental Health field for 13 years and 10 years for substance use. Jasmine begins working at the Bethesda Center for the Homeless as a
Monitor, Case Manager Assistant and left as a Resource Specialist Coordinator. Jasmine became certified as a Peer Support Specialist in 2014, 2020 conduct training as Peer Support within the Criminal Justice System Certificate and 2022 Supervising NC Certified Peer Support Specialists. She has her Bachelor’s in Human Service from Gardner-Webb. In addition, from Forsyth Tech obtained her Associate of Arts in Human Service and Substance Abuse Counseling Certificate. Jasmine has a passion to help others and wants to continue to grow in helping consumers become self-sufficient, promote wellness and recovery and make a difference in their lives.