Nekola retiring after 40 years at CMH

February 26, 2020

Faith Nekola

Nekola retiring after 40 years at CMH

Faith Nekola, deputy director of clinical services at West Michigan Community Mental Health,  is retiring after a 40-year career at the agency.

Nekola started her career at CMH on June 5, 1979 as a group home manager. Over the course of four decades, she held numerous positions within the agency including the past five years as deputy director of clinical services. 

“Faith’s contributions to CMH have shaped how we deliver services,” said Lisa Williams, CEO of West Michigan CMH. “She has left a lasting footprint by helping thousands of individuals in our community who live with mental illness, substance use disorders and developmental disabilities.” 

Nekola’s retirement will be effective February 28, 2020.

West Michigan Community Mental Health is a federally certified community behavioral health clinic and serves as the public behavioral health care provider for people with mental health conditions, developmental disabilities, and/or substance abuse disorders in Mason, Lake and Oceana counties.



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