Charleston Hill is a holder of a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a Minor in Finance, he also holds a Master’s degree in Professional Counseling and substance abuse license (LCAS-A). Charleston started this journey at Saint Augustine’s University; where he started interning at the Salvation Army, which has led him to the professional mental health field, in which he strives for amass results through counseling and assessing adults and youth.
Charleston Hill has worked with the Intensive in Home programs, helping families connect and reconnect as a unit through hard work and determination. He also currently works with Mobile Crisis alongside of the EMS. Charleston participates in psych calls and drug abuse calls to assist with assessing individuals to gain the resources that they need to be more successful in the community and their home. Charleston is responsible for being able to meet with and talk with individuals during these psych calls to assist them with learning and advocating for themselves to gain natural resources that will allow the individual the best chances of being a better advocate for themselves. Charleston assists the individuals that he assesses with case management duties during their stint with Mobile Crisis. With Charleston’s work ethic, credentials, determination and focus, he allows himself to be able to interact with different individuals (common and professional) to help link desired needs and outcomes that have positive effects on the individuals and the community that he serves.