Rosecrance Jackson Centers has appointed Brenda Iliff, M.A., as the new Vice President of Clinical Services.
With over 20 years of leadership experience and a national profile in the nonprofit addiction treatment and recovery industry, Iliff will oversee Jackson Centers’ clinical programs, with an eye on developing new ways to meet needs in the Siouxland area. She is a noted speaker on special populations with addiction including women and addiction, older adults, and other addictions. In addition, Iliff authored “A Women’s Guide to Recovery,” and served as a field examiner for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration’s Treatment Improvement Protocols guidelines for older adults and treatment. She has extensive experience working with communities in responding to the needs of those with addiction.
Iliff earned a Bachelor of Arts in gerontology and substance use from Metropolitan State University and a Master of Arts in counseling from Regent University. She also has Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC), Certified Addiction Counselor (CAC), Certified Multiple Addictions Therapist (CMAT), and Certified Sex Addictions Therapist (CSAT) credentials.
“Brenda is someone who lives and breathes recovery,” said Regional President Dr. Annie Fridh. “She has incredible knowledge that will be fantastic for us. She is warm and caring and truly understands the Rosecrance Jackson way and what that means for our clients and staff.”