New employees of OCO who have recently completed the agency ' s orientation program include, in front from left, resident counselors Kristina R. Skogfeldt and Cindy Blaske, with developmentally disabled services, and in back from left are health educators Sabrina Sutton and Mark Loomis; supervised visitation specialist Clarissa Smalling and health educator Karyssa N. Carson with crisis and development services. Below from left are resident counselor Victoria Betts, with developmentally disabled services; distribution/maintenance helper Tara Hoyt, with nutrition services; and transit trainees Richard Cole and Colin Butler, with transportation services.

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