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The Connecticut Certification Board

Directors and Staff

Amy Sedgwick


Vice President of Clinical Services, High Watch Recovery Center

Joanna Crowell

Vice President

Private Practice Clinician

Jennifer Kolakowski


President & CEO, Recovery Network of Programs

David Borzellino

Immediate Past  President

Director of MAT Services,
BH Care

Christina Cipriani

At Large, TollandCounty

Clinical Program Director,
Community Health Resources

Fiorigio "Fred" Fetta

At Large, Middlesex County

Clinical Director, Problem Gambling Services,

Tenesha Grant

At Large,
Hartford County

Director of Women's Services, Community Renewal Team

John Hamilton

At Large,
Fairfield County

President & CEO, Liberation Programs

Denise Keane

At Large, Windham County

Senior Social Worker,
Veteran's Administration

Arthur Mongillo

At Large,
New Haven County

Manager of Policy and Communications, Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling

Lisa Moon

At Large,
New London County

Senior Director of Outpatient Services.
Sound Community Services

Steve Randazzo

At Large,
New Haven County

President and CEO,
Aware Recovery Care

Jennifer Valva

At Large, Hartford County

Manager of Intensive and Intermediate Services, InterCommunity

Jeffrey Quamme

Executive Director, CCB

Jeff started with the CCB in 2009 as the Associate Director and was elevated to Executive Director in 2013.

Scott Schaefer

Operations Manager, CCB

Scott recently celebrated his 11th anniversary with the CCB, currently serving as Operations Manager.

Susan Madison

Training Specialist, CCB

Susan is a highly skilled and experienced clinician and trainer. She is the main trainer for the Certification Overview and Exam Prep courses.

40th Anniversary Conference


55 West Main Street, Suite 202
Meriden, Connecticut, 06451

About us

The CCB is an independent, non-governmental, 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization that offers certification for addiction counselors, clinical supervisors, co-occurring disorders and prevention professionals in Connecticut. The Board has established specialty certificates in substance abuse, co-occurring disorders, and problem gambling for professionals licensed and credentialed in other behavioral healthcare domains. The Board is active in a number of important state-wide workforce development initiatives, provides training/continuing education and ensures that the trainings provided in Connecticut by approved vendors meet established standards.