Hudson Promotes Joshua Pippin to Program Manager, Maryland Housing
Salisbury, Md. – December 13, 2021 – Hudson Behavioral Health today announced it has promoted Joshua Pippin to serve as Program Manager, Maryland Housing. In this new role he will help oversee recovery services in Hudson’s five Maryland Level 3.1 treatment homes.
Pippin joined Hudson in 2020 as a Behavioral Health Aide. He later advanced to the position of House Manager, where he monitored residents’ daily activities and medications, provided transportation when needed and completed administrative work.
“In the 16 months he’s been with us, Josh has been integral to the recovery of many patients, and he has contributed significantly to the success of the program,” said Hudson CEO Leslie Brown. “Now he will have a chance to take what he learned working in a single house and expand his impact across our growing system.”
Pippin also served as the House Manager at Strictlin House, a Maryland Level II recovery residence for men over age 18. While there he managed intake administrative duties, assisted with community resources and provided crisis intervention when necessary.
A resident of Salisbury, Md., he earned a high school diploma from North Caroline High School.
About Hudson Behavioral Health
Hudson Behavioral Health was founded in 1980 and is licensed to operate in both Maryland and Delaware. The nonprofit is accredited by The Joint Commission, receiving its Gold Seal of Approval. Learn more about Hudson’s innovative approach to recovery, behavioral health and wellness at www.hudsonhealth.org. Hudson Behavioral Health is an affiliate of Hudson Health Services, Inc.
Hudson Behavioral Health was formed in 1980 (as Hudson Health Services, Inc.) to bring the first residential recovery program to the Eastern Shore. Today, thousands of patients later, we remain the leader in recovery programs and resources, with our staff of 100 committed to serving each patient as an individual.