Danielle Nance has been named director of clinical operations at Damar Services. She previously worked for Corizon Healthcare and provided administrative and clinical oversight of several mental health units of the Indiana Department of Correction. Nance also worked in private practice and conducted comprehensive psychological and trauma-informed assessments for children referred by the Indiana Department of Child Services and Probation. Earlier in her career, she was at Youth Opportunity Center in Muncie, where she served as director of secure treatment unit and, later, director of internship coordination. Nance will lead Damar’s new Stabilization, Assessment & Transition program, which consists of  a 20-bed short-term diagnostic and treatment unit that provides emergency placement and services for children who find themselves in traumatic situations. With this program, Damar will have the ability to provide immediate admission to children up to age 17 any time of the day or night, seven days a week. Once children are admitted, they receive care and assessments for up to 60 days that address immediate needs and set the stage for understanding their best longer-term options. Nance earned a bachelor’s degree and a doctorate from the University of Indianapolis.

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