Turning Lives Around 
©2014 Project 180 | 470 E. 3rd St., Suite C | Los Angeles, CA 90013 | 213.620.5712 

Terry Beck, LCSW, ACSW, BCD – Clinical Supervisor
After completing her Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Southern California, Terry continued her training as a Fellow in the Department of Psychiatry at Kaiser Permanente in Hollywood, California. Terry has been a Clinical Supervisor for over 15 years and is currently the Project 180 Field Supervisor for graduate students from University of Southern California, California State University, Northridge and The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.  Terry oversees the mental health components of the Project 180 programs for clients as well as quality of service delivery by staff and interns. She also maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Los Angeles.
Sara Stanizai MA, MFTI – Program Manager
Using her prior marketing experience, Sara began her work at Project 180 with a focus on our vocational and educational programs - successfully expanding relationships with potential employers and community academic partners. Under her guidance Project 180 established an Occupational Therapy intern program, creating a unique opportunity for OT students to work in the field of forensic treatment. In her current position as Program Supervisor, Sara works with the management team on project development and provides oversight of existing programs, ensuring consistency in services and the highest quality of care for clients. 
Chris Minnick, LCSW – Supervising Social Worker
With Project 180 from the outset, Chris trains and supervises staff and interns.  In addition, he also provides direct service to clients both through individual treatment and in groups.  Incredibly knowledgeable about the Skid Row area and issues related to mental illness and homelessness, Chris leads the team to provide the best resources for client care.
Miriam Aviles – Assistant Director
Miriam received her B.A. degree in Sociology with an emphasis on Social Welfare from California State University, Northridge. Born and raised in South Los Angeles, Miriam has both personal and professional experience working with at risk and inner city populations in community and educational settings. Most recently, Miriam was overseeing the largest Project 180 program, AB 109, before becoming Assistant Director. Fluent in English and Spanish, she works to ensure that cultural issues for clients and families are identified and addressed in treatment. 
Lora Molon, C.A.S. II – Substance Treatment Supervisor
In charge of the Project 180 substance treatment division, Lora Molon is a Certified Addiction Specialist II with over 10 years of experience in the drug and alcohol field.  She has extensive experience working with the Asian Pacific Islander population and provides training for staff and interns in multi-cultural counseling skills.  Fluent in English and Tagalog, she supervises Substance Abuse Counselors and is currently in charge of developing and overseeing the substance treatment programs for all clients.  
Jose Garcia – Program Supervisor
Previously with Homeboy Industries, Jose has extensive experience with case management and is specialized in Gang Prevention/ Intervention to at-risk and transitional age youth. He gained experience at Project 180, expanding his skills as an addiction specialist, and learning how to manage staff and develop treatment teams. From 2011 - 2013 he was selected and served as the Addiction Specialist on the innovative mobile HOST Team in Hollywood. He is now one of the Program Supervisors for the AB 109 program. He is fluent in English and Spanish. 
Eric Gray – Operations Manager
A native of Milwaukee with over 10 years of experience in the Security Industry, Eric provides a level of security that is comforting to staff and clients alike. Trained in non-violent crisis intervention, Eric has developed and implemented a set of security protocols tailored specifically to a co-occurring clientele. He manages both the Security and Driving (transportation) Teams for Project 180 and assists the substance team with drug testing for the male clients.  Working with the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University School of Law, Eric developed and implemented a peer-to-peer mediation program for Project 180. 
Alfred Adams - Mentor
Alberto Lopez - Case Manager 
Amalya Tagakchyan- Program Supervisor 
Andrea Applegate - Education & Employment Specialist
Ana Rodriguez - Case Manager
Arthur Camegla - Case Manager 
Christina Lee - Therapist
Colby Gray - Case Manager
Corinne Hardisty - Therapist
Dante Chambers - Security
David Ho - Therapist
Devera Waterhouse - Advocacy Specialist 
Donald Wood - Mentor
Dorit  Iacobsohn - Therapist
Edward Morales - Administrative Assistant
Ericka Nuevo - Administrative Assistant
Eton Vogt - Case Manager
Jasmine Shackleford - Court Liaison 
J Madero - Security
Jesenia Salguero - Case Manager
Jessica Vargas - Office Manager
Joe Lopez - Therapist
Jose Rodriquez - Host Team
Jose Sanchez - Security
Julian Tryon - Security 
Kantayeni Joshua - Case Manager
Kirsten Larsen -  Therapist
Larry Gray - Driver
Maggie Hamilton - Addiction Specialist 
Maria Escobedo - Case Manager
Mario Campos - Housing Specialist
Melanie Newson - Case Manager
Monorom Heng - Information Systems Specialist
Monroe Cueva - Lead Addiction Specialist 
Paulina Franco - Therapist 
Randy Rene - Addiction Specialist
Rasheena Buchanan - Case Manager
Robert Kibby - Addiction Specialist 
Sandy Arevalo - Case Manager
Sharon Jackson - Case Manager
Sophia Segura - Administrative Assistant
Stephen Field - Psychiatrist 
Tahani Ostrega - Lead Case Manager
Taurean Simmons - Case Manager
Valerie Copeland - Case Manager
Wilfred Lopez - Addiction Specialist 
Emily Bell, LCSW – Director
Emily holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work and a Master’s Degree in International Affairs from Columbia University in New York City. Prior to stepping into the role of Director, Emily helped develop and launch the AB 109 treatment program, oversaw Project 180’s off-site projects, located on the Antelope Valley Rehabilitation Center campus, and provided individual and group therapy to Project 180 clients. Committed to social justice issues, she has worked in both the non-profit and public sectors internationally and domestically in the areas of mental health, community development, and education.
Emily would like to thank Dr. Victoria Simon, founding Director of Project 180, for her vision and passion that created such a dynamic, unique agency.
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Daniel Landeros - Program Supervisor
Danny was born and raised in West Los Angeles.  He received his undergraduate education at Cal State University, Northridge (CSUN) from 2005- 2010. He holds a BA in sociology with an emphasis on Criminal Justice and Criminology. During his time at CSUN he interned at Rancho San Antonio Boys Home and the Boys and Girls Club of Hollywood. He is currently working on a master's degree in psychology at Antioch University, Los Angeles to become a Marriage and Family Therapist with a specialty in trauma. Since he began working at Project 180 Danny has worked on the following programs: CODC, AB109, Project Direct, RSAT, and ARCS. Danny is currently the CODC Program Supervisor and the ARCS Program Lead. He is fluent in Spanish.
Shad Cruz - Head of Service P180 North
Shad originally brought his diverse life experience and infectious enthusiasm to Project 180 as a volunteer facilitating the Mindfulness group. He quickly progressed from Case Manager to Court Liaison and MRT Program Supervisor. He eventually helped implement and supervise the ARCS in-jail services program. He is currently Head of Service managing the Project 180 North and Antelope Valley Rehabilitation Center Programs including AB109 North, COIN, MOM and CODC Programs.
Erica Melbourne, Psy.D. - Quality Assurance Coordinator
Dr. Erica, fondly known as Dr. E, holds a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) with an emphasis in Multi-Cultural Community Clinical Mental Health. Dr. E’s career started in a non-profit community mental health agency as a clinical therapist providing child and family therapy. After dedicating several years in this role, Dr. E embarked on a career in Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement, Training and Evaluation, which combined her passion for organization, attention to detail, and commitment to community mental health. At Project 180, Dr. E provides DMH documentation training and oversees the billing and medication support staff that supports the 50+ staff and interns of the agency. Dr. E is committed to ensuring that P180 staff are knowledgeable of and adhere to county, state and federal billing guidelines while delivering exemplary supportive services to a forensic mental health population. 
​With acknowledgement and appreciation to our Founder and Program Creator, 
Victoria Simon, Ph.D., MFT
Emily Lundberg -  MSW ASW - Program Supervisor
Emily joined the Project 180 team as a therapist in 2013, and is currently the Program Supervisor for the organizations residential programs, located at the Antelope Valley Rehabilitation Center. Emily holds a Master's Degree in Social Work from the University at Buffalo. Her professional experience includes advocacy for individuals with developmental disabilities, mental health treatment with Skid Row's chronically homeless population, specialized sex offender treatment, psycho education for at-risk parents, and international development. 
Erika Flores - Program Supervisor
Erika holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Bachelor of Science in Human Services Counseling and a Minor in Addiction Treatment from University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). During her time in UNLV, Erika interned at Eagle Quest, non-profit agency serving at-risk youth as well as Harmony Health Care which focused on mental health services for children, teenagers, and families. Erika also volunteered in various Psychology labs, including “The UNLV Child School Refusal and Anxiety Disorders Clinic.” Erika is a McNair Scholar. Since she began working at Project 180, Erika has been part of the AB 109 program, first as a case manager and now as one of the AB 109 program supervisor. Erika is bilingual (English and Spanish).