Nick Crapser, Deputy Director of Sponsors, Inc.
Tuesday, July 16: 3 "Es" of Reentry

Nicholas Crapser, Deputy Director of Sponsors, is a Ph.D. student in the Counselor Education and Supervision program at Oregon State University. Mr. Crapser is a state and nationally licensed mental health counselor, addictions counselor, and clinical supervisor. He received his Master of Arts in Counseling, Bachelor of Science in Human Development, and has a specialized degree in Chemical Dependency Studies. Mr. Crapser has worked in county drug courts, family treatment/dependency courts, and jail reentry programs as both a counselor and advisor. He has worked in every modality of addictions and behavioral health treatment from medically managed detoxification and hospitalization to aftercare. In addition to his time as adjunct professor at Lower Columbia College and Oregon State University, he spent a number of years working with a Washington based Indian Tribe providing behavioral health and addiction treatment services to Native American populations. Mr. Crapser has facilitated numerous trainings on ethics, cultural competency, motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and motivational enhancement therapy. In December, 2017, Mr. Crapser delivered a TEDx entitled, “The Three E’s of Successful Reentry.” As Deputy Director of Sponsors, Mr. Crapser works to ensure consistent and evidence based program delivery, provides clinical supervision and oversight to program directors, case managers, and counselors, and works with the Executive Director to advocate on a state and national level for systemic changes to our nations justice system and to remove barriers to individuals successful reintegration back into our communities from periods of incarceration.