Jacques Khorozian

CETP #2509,
CCS, CADC-II,
CAMS-III, SAP

Mr. Khorozian functions as CEO of the organization. In previous careers, Mr. Khorozian has served the criminal justice system in a multiple roles. He has successfully retired as the director of San Francisco Superior Court criminal division for over 20 years, as chief operating officer for the Diversion Center specializing in alternative sentencing. In addition, the International Certification Reciprocity Consortium of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Board have certified Mr. Khorozian as a clinical supervisor to teach and train individuals in pursuit of certification in the counseling services. Mr. Khorozian’s started by receiving a Bachelors of Science degree in public administration from St. Joseph University, Lebanon in 1988. Later, he pursued and received a master’s degree in Arabic literature from St. Joseph University, Lebanon in 1991. In 1996, Mr. Khorozian pursued and received a Bachelors of Arts degree in psychology from Argosy University in San Francisco before pursuing a Masters of Clinical Mental Health degree from Argosy University, Atlanta in 2011.

Ufuoma Oyibo

BA, CAMS,
CADC-II

Ufuoma Oyibo is the program director and COO of American Alternative Court Services. Ms. Oyibo received her undergraduate degree from the University of Missouri Columbia in Psychology and a Multicultural Certificate. Ms.Oyibo is currently pursuing her Master in Marriage and Family Therapy at Richmont Graduate University. Ms. Oyibo is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, a Certified Anger Management Specialist, a Certified Department of Drivers Services -Risk Reduction Facilitator, and a Shoplifting and Theft Prevention Specialist.

Solomon E. Stretch

MA, NCC, CAMS,
CAADC

Solomon obtained his BA in Psychology and BS in Sociology from the University of Georgia in 2004. He later obtained his MA in Professional Counseling and Marriage & Family Therapy from Argosy University in 2012. Solomon is currently working towards his PhD in Neuropsychology from American Graduate University. Solomon loves the therapeutic group experience and finds appreciation in watching people grow together. This is what he values most working in Atlanta Drug Rehab communities.