During the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, Summitview Child & Family Services, Inc. remains steadfast in our commitment to the most vulnerable in our community by continuing to provide services. We want to assure you that our organization is committed to the health and safety of our clients, employees, and community.

"It is my belief that no one working with suffering youth, adults and families should become immune to the realities of complex trauma, mental illness and hardship … Investing in those who suffer is truly the most rewarding experience when you realize your impact on those less fortunate."

-Anna Gleason / CEO

Our mission is to provide youth, adults, and families with a foundation for healthy, lasting relationships by fostering positive changes within themselves through an environment of inclusion, compassion, and support.

Nonprofit Mental Health Agency

Summitview is a private, nonprofit organization licensed by the State of California to provide a variety of mental health services to children and families. We offer outpatient mental health, wraparound, residential treatment, and special education services for adolescent boys and girls, as well as a home specializing in working with sex-trafficked youth. Although we treat a variety of psychological problems and symptoms, the residential treatment program specializes in treating adolescent boys and girls who are suicidal and engage in self-harm behavior. In addition, we provide mental health services to adults with mental illnesses in El Dorado County.



Nonprofit Non-Public School

Summitview Academy is the educational component of Summitview Child & Family Services, Inc. Summitview Academy is a certified nonpublic school that provides individualized special education and supplemental mental health services for students whose needs cannot be met in a less restrictive setting. Class size is limited to no more than fourteen students staffed by one credentialed teacher and two teaching assistants. Traditional academics coupled with a strong system of behavior management are the key elements of the nonpublic school. Summitview Academy also offers a Vocational Skills Coach in addition to a comprehensive Independent Living Skills curriculum as well as extracurricular activities such as art, sports, music, and academic clubs, to the extent that they are consistent with each pupil’s IEP.

Agency Leadership Team

Anna Gleason

Chief Executive Officer

Anna Gleason has been an integral part of the organization for the past 24 years. Following her graduation from Oregon State University in 1991, Anna followed her passion for serving others. After a brief break from the nonprofit world to spend a couple years with her first child, Anna joined Summitview which at that time was a very young agency. Her work has focused on serving youth, adults, and families with severe mental health issues. Anna has compassion for the youth and has dedicated her career to helping youth find permanency, treating youth with trauma-informed care and being culturally aware and sensitive in all practices. Read Full Bio

She stepped into leadership with the program in 2000. Summitview has grown from a single residential home and a non-public school classroom to seven residential homes for children and youth, including one which is specialized in treating commercially sexually exploited youth, one residential home for adults diagnosed with severe mental health disorders, three non-public school classrooms, one independent study classroom, and an outpatient program serving hundreds of members of the local community.

Anna strives to stay current in industry trends, facilitate best practices, and empower youth, adults and families to make lifelong changes in all aspects of their lives.

Anna actively participates in multiple outside professional opportunities including but not limited to: El Dorado County Mental Health Commission, Northern California Valley Collaborative, the Children’s Residential Association, California Alliance of Children and Family Services, California’s Harm Reduction Committee, and El Dorado County's Multidisciplinary Team. She currently serves in her second and final term on the board with CACFS and was recently selected to serve on Child Welfare Council CSEC Action Team.

Anna continues to move the agency forward by opening a Crisis Residential facility in El Dorado County by 2019.

Summitview is nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation and employs over 200 staff. During Anna’s tenure with the agency, it is estimated that 2,000 clients have been served.

Corinne Morrison

Executive Vice President & CFO

As the Executive Vice President of Finance, Corinne is able to balance the business needs of the organization with the complex needs of those served in order to help assure comprehensive quality care. Corinne became a part of the Summitview team in 2018 with more than 20 years of accounting, finance, and operational experience. Working in the nonprofit space for over 10 years, she can balance the business needs of the organization with the complex needs of those served. Corinne received her degree in business administration from Biola University.

Jeremy Van Wert MFT MBA

Vice President of Residential Services & Business Development

As VP of Residential Services & Business Development, Jeremy calls upon his experience in community based and hospital care to grow Summitview, improve business operations and processes, and ensure adherence to community care licensing standards. Jeremy has worked with the River Oak Center for Children and Kaiser Permanente managing care and providing quality assurance. Jeremy also sits on the board of directors for Vanguard Music & Performing Arts where he was once a member of the Santa Clara Vanguard Drum & Bugle Corps Read Full Bio

Dustin Bailey

Director of Education

Dustin Bailey has been with Summitview since 2016 and is the Principal at Summitview Academy. He has been working with children with special needs for the past twelve years, beginning as a one-on-one school aide. His experience also includes functioning as an in-home behaviorist, a homeschool teacher, a substitute teacher, and a special education teacher. Dustin graduated from California State University, Sacramento with a bachelor’s degree in liberal studies. Read Full Bio

He finished his credential at Brandman University shortly after. Currently, Dustin is enrolled in a master’s in educational leadership program and has devoted his life to helping youth identified as needing a little extra.

Carol McCrory, MA, LMFT

Director of Residential Clinical Services

Carol has been with Summitview since 2000, and has over 35 years of mental health experience. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology with a counseling emphasis from San Jose State University and later earned her Master of Arts degree in counseling from Humboldt State University. She became a licensed marriage & family therapist, LMFT, in 1988. Carol’s background includes working with chronic and acutely mentally ill adults in long-term locked facilities, day treatment programs, and a psychiatric health facility. Read Full Bio

She continued her career with El Dorado County Mental Health as a crisis worker, and then worked primarily as an outpatient therapist with children and families. Carol has maintained a private practice in the community for over 25 years, with a focus on marriage counseling, adults, and adolescents. Currently, she serves as the Clinical Director, and supervises the residential therapist, therapeutic day program, admissions and family specialists.

Michelle Good

Director of Residential Programs

Michelle has been with Summitview since 2011, serving in a variety of capacities. Starting her career as a direct care staff in 2011, Michelle has expanded her experience by working in the education setting, residential setting, and currently the administrative setting. Michelle has a vast amount of experience responding to crisis as well as addressing client and staff needs with effective and compassionate solutions. Michelle is committed to promoting a culturally sensitive and trauma-informed environment. Read Full Bio

She has a passion for collaboration with regional agencies, further education in related topics, and is an active participant with community partners. Michelle holds a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology and is currently in the process of obtaining her Master of Arts in human services with an emphasis on mental health administration in hopes of furthering her experience in the field and expanding the agency.

Chris Stedeford LMFT

Director of Community Services

Chris became a part of the Summitview team in 2001.  He earned his Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology in 2003 from the Professional School of Psychology and was later licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist in 2008.  With several years of direct therapist and supervisory knowledge, Chris blends his passion for counseling with his experience to effectively and efficiently lead the community services programs. As the Director of Community Services, Chris oversees all outpatient contracted mental health services.

Ron Ebitson

Adult Residential Facility Program Manager

Ron comes to Summitview with many years of experience working with children and adolescents. He is CADCA trained and has served as a Drug and Alcohol counselor. Before joining our Summitview team Ron worked in an acute psychiatric health facility for adults where he served as a Staff Therapist, Service Coordinator and Legal Liaison. Ron holds a Bachelors Degree in Human Service and a Masters Degree in Counseling, with the emphasis on Marriage, Family, and Child Therapy. Ron sits on the School Board of Directors for the Black Oak Mine Unified School District, as the Vice President.

Ron believes that giving back to those less fortunate is the greatest gift we can give ourselves. We should never give in to a stigma. A diagnosis does not determine who one is or what one can do.
Ron loves his community and giving back to others and feels honored to be part of our Summitview team.

Jessica Prescott

Compliance Coordinator

As the Director of Quality Assurance, Jessica is able to support her drive to assist children as she gathers, processes, and reports on outcome data in order to assure that Summitview continues to provide quality, data-driven care to those served.

Richard Kartchner

Program Trainer

Rich began his employment with Summitview in 1995.  Like many of our employees he is well versed in all aspects of the program, having served in a variety of positions including a direct care staff, residential supervisor, instructional aide, group facilitator and program coordinator. Rich has a Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Family Relations.

Board of Directors

Sarah Henjum President

Chris StickneyVice President

Rebecca HorrellTreasurer

Kristina RullerSecretary

Susan Gellman, Board Member

Stephanie Carlson, Board Member



Service Providers

Provider NameLocationTelephoneExt #EmailSpecialityLanguageCA License NumberCA LicenseNPI Number
Abell, Brian670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412205babell@summitviewtreatment.orgSocial WorkEnglishLCSW 66261California Board of Behavioral Science1790011971
Ball, Bryan670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412259bball@summitviewtreatment.orgSpecialty Mental Health ProviderEnglishn/an/a1669654083
Billingham, Patty670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412237pbillingham@summitviewtreatment.orgMarriage & Family TherapyEnglishLMFT 103367California Board of Behavioural Science1295846954
Cottier, Shannon670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412210scottier@summitviewtreatment.orgMental Health Rehabilitation SpecialistEnglishn/an/a1699108712
Dickerson, Morgan670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412mdickerson@summitviewtreatment.orgMarriage & Family TherapistEnglishMFTI 965181184027310
Granick, Pam670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412207pgranick@summitviewtreatment.orgMarriage & Family Therapy/ Clinical CounsellingEnglishAMFT 96518California Board of Behavioural Science1184027310
House, Rikki670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412269rhouse@summitviewtreatment.orgSpecialty Mental Health ProviderEnglishn/an/a1760998777
Kaim, Maddie670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412n/amkaim@summitviewtreatment.orgSpecialty Mental Health ProviderEnglishn/an/a1760998777
Leslie, Laura670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412236lleslie@summitviewtreatment.orgMental Health Rehabilitation SpecialistEnglishn/an/a1902252851
Lopez, Michelle670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412261mlopez@summitviewtreatment.orgSpecialty Mental Health ProviderEnglish Spanishn/an/a1811337983
Lotery, Jennifer670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412238jlotery@summitviewtreatment.orgPsychology/Marriage & Family TherapyEnglishPSY 11619California Board of Psychology1992803183
Lykes, Amy670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412211alykes@summitviewtreatment.orgMarriage & Family TherapyEnglishAMFT 83904California Board of Behavioral Science1649598160
McCrory, Carol670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412212cmccrory@summitviewtreatment.orgMarriage & Family TherapyEnglishLMFT 24033California Board of Behavioral Science1568513380
McDonald, Hannah670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412n/ahmcdonald@summitviewtreatment.orgMental Health Rehabilitation SpecialistEnglishn/an/a1184161721
McMillan-Hebert, Robin670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412n/armcmillan-hebert@summitviewtreatment.orgSpecialty Mental Health ProviderEnglishn/an/a1265742530
Miller, Marc670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412281mmiller@summitviewtreatment.orgMental Health Rehabilitation SpecialistEnglishn/an/a1295212165
Moore, Cassy670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412271cmoore@summitviewtreatment.orgSpecialty Mental Health ProviderEnglishn/an/a1265742530
Morton, Jennifer670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412n/ajmorton@summitviewtreatment.orgMental Health Rehabilitation SpecialistEnglishn/an/a1437500535
Peters, Larina670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412n/alpeters@summitviewtreatment.orgSpecialty Mental Health ProviderEnglishn/an/a1205115698
Place, Ariel670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412233aplace@summitviewtreatment.orgSocial WorkEnglishACSW1912366485
Redmond, Tyler670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412n/atredmond@summitviewtreatment.orgSpecialty Mental Health ProviderEnglishn/an/a1275034472
Refsdal, Elissa670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412n/aerefsdal@summitviewtreatment.orgSocial WorkerEnglishLCSW 29130California Board of Behavioral Science1013287788
Rowell. Liz670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412231lrowell@summitviewtreatment.orgMarriage & Family TherapyEnglishLMFT 83603California Board of Behavioral Science1609261692
Saelee, Chan670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412204csaelee@summitviewtreatment.orgSocial WorkEnglishLCSW 81904California Board of Behavioral Science1457546418
Sharkawy, Matthew670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412260msharkawy@summitviewtreatment.orgMarriage & Family TherapyEnglishAMFT 90835California Board of Behavioral Science1790108116
Smith-Chiapa, Renee670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412272rsmithchiapa@summitviewtreatment.orgSpecialty Mental Health ProviderEnglishn/an/a1720267784
Stedeford, Chris670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412235cstedeford@summitviewtreatment.orgMarriage & Family TherapyEnglishLMFT 45677California Board of Behavioral Science1821019480
Sullivan, Sandra670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412206ssullivan@summitviewtreatment.orgMental Health Rehabilitaion Specialist/Art TherapistEnglishn/an/a1225253909
Walsh, Debbie670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412213dwalsh@summitviewtreatment.orgMarriage & Family TherapyEnglishLMFT 37062California Board of Behavioral Science1548368722
Wittmershaus, Joshua670 Placerville Drive, Placerville530 644 2412n/ajwittmershaus@summitviewtreatment.orgMental Health Rehabilitation SpecialistEnglishn/an/a1497152748

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