Gateway Foundation Announces New Vice President of Human Resources

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Gateway Foundation appoints new Vice President of Human Resources

We are excited to have Pat be part of our executive team. She’s worked collaboratively at all levels to build programs that support and enhance employee retention, and recognizes the importance of employee engagement and customer service.

Chicago based Gateway Foundation, Inc. announced today that Patricia Sanchez-Aitken has been appointed the organization’s new Vice President of Human Resources.

“We are excited to have Pat be part of our executive team. She’s worked collaboratively at all levels to build programs that support and enhance employee retention, and recognizes the importance of employee engagement and customer service,” according to Gateway President and CEO Dr. Thomas Britton. “Pat also embraces the mission and values of Gateway; when you combine that with her experience and business acumen, her leadership will help strengthen our organization in the years to come.”

Sanchez-Aitken has more than 15 years of senior leadership experience in the human resources functions of both for-profit and non-profit organizations. Most recently, she was the Vice President of Human Resources for Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metro Chicago, a non-profit provider of manufacturing and social services.

About Gateway Foundation Alcohol & Drug Treatment

Since 1968 our goal has been straightforward: To help clients get their life back on track and achieve a life of sobriety, free from drug use and symptoms of mental illness, that is productive, socially responsible, and healthy. As the largest, non-profit treatment provider in the country, we currently operate drug and alcohol treatment programs in more than 43 locations for men, women, adolescents, special needs, and clients diagnosed with co-occurring mental health disorders.

Gateway’s Community Division has treatment centers located throughout Illinois and the St. Louis Metro East area in rural and urban settings. These centers offer residential and outpatient treatment services for adults, teens and adolescents accessed through insurance, state funding and self-pay. Our treatment approach is evidence-based, which means our methods are clinically proved to work. When an individual leaves our program, we provide the recovery support individuals need as they become stronger using the tools and knowledge learned in treatment.

Gateway’s Correctional Division offers programs which operate in a variety of treatment settings such as prisons, jails, pre-release centers, day reporting centers and community corrections/ outpatient programs. These programs not only provide substance abuse treatment services for incarcerated populations, but also assist individuals in gaining access to a full spectrum of services upon their release to help maintain lasting recovery and dramatically reduce recidivism.

Learn more about insurance coverage, treatment options, or Gateway’s confidential consultation at RecoverGateway.org or call 877-505-HOPE (4673).

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