Stephen Chiovoloni, “Chevy”
Stephen D. Chiovoloni, also known as Chevy, (LCSW, LADAC, AADC, CCDP, CGP) is the founder of Fort Smith Behavioral Health, established on December 9, 2009. In 2012, he became the owner of Mount Hope Counseling Centers. Both locations provide counseling services for mental health issues and substance use issues, with Mount Hope working specifically with court ordered clients, as well as putting a special focus on Domestic Violence Intervention Programs (D.V.I.P.). Chevy’s undergraduate studies were at the State University of New York. He received his Associate’s in Science, majoring in Studies of Alcoholism and Addiction, and he received his Bachelor’s in Science Majoring in the Social Work Generalist Approach. Chevy’s graduate Studies were at Syracuse University. He received his Master’s Degree in Social Work Majoring in Individual, Family and Group Therapy. Chevy received a Doctor of Social Work at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. He has been a practicing provider for over twenty five years, in a variety of treatment settings that include: Inpatient/Outpatient Services, Residential Services, Adult & Adolescent Services, Mental Health Services, Chemical Dependence Services, School Outreach Services, Drug Court Services, Mental Health Court Services, Domestic Violence Court Services, and Sexual Offender Court Services. He also taught at the University level as an Adjunct Professor in the Social Work Department, at Northeastern State University of Oklahoma. Chevy has created and implemented several programs in these treatment settings and has worked with a diverse population including Rural, Urban and Suburban areas during his career.