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Cramer named director of Human Service Center

The North Dakota Department of Human Services has selected clinical psychologist Daniel Cramer as director of its South Central Human Service Center in Jamestown.As center director, Cramer will provide leadership and be responsible for programs, ...

The North Dakota Department of Human Services has selected clinical psychologist Daniel Cramer as director of its South Central Human Service Center in Jamestown.
As center director, Cramer will provide leadership and be responsible for programs, services, operations and personnel at the regional center, which provides behavioral health and other human services to residents of Barnes, Dickey, Foster, Griggs, LaMoure, Logan, McIntosh, Stutsman and Wells counties.
Cramer has served as clinical director at the center since 2010. He joined SCHSC in September 2007 as a psychology resident after completing the psychological internship program at the department’s Southeast Human Service Center in Fargo.
Cramer earned his doctorate in counseling psychology from Indiana State University in 2007. He completed a bachelor’s degree with a major in psychology from St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, and a master’s in counseling from the University of North Dakota.
His hometown is Plymouth, Minn.
SCHSC employs about 80 individuals and provides behavioral health services to about 2,500 individuals per year through its main office at 520 3rd St. NW in Jamestown and satellite locations in Valley City, Oakes, Carrington, Cooperstown, Wishek and Fessenden. Staff members also provide program management services to individuals with developmental disabilities and provide other direct services and supervision of human service programs in the region.
The center participates in the James River Addiction Training Consortium, Jamestown Housing Coalition, Mental Health Access Coalition in Valley City, the community Health and Safety Coalition and other collaborative efforts to improve the coordination and delivery of services and to enhance the quality of life of center clients.
For more information on SCHSC, visit http://1.usa.gov/1Q0Pzbo , contact the center at 253-6300, toll-free (800) 260-1310 or ND Relay TTY at (800) 366-6888, or email dhsschsc@nd.gov .

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