Warren, PA – The Forest-Warren Human Services agency will have a new administrator effective Oct. 3, 2022.
Forest and Warren County commissioners announced Friday that Adam McNeill will be the agency’s next administrator. The commissioners on the six-member joinder board conducted a “thorough search” and selected McNeill whose most recent position has been the Director of Recovery Services for Beacon Light Behavioral Health Systems.
“Adam seems to be the perfect fit for this role as we chart a new course in Human Services,” Warren County Commissioner Tricia Durbin said. “His strong work ethic and positive attitude are exactly the traits we need in the Administrator at Forest-Warren Human Services.”
McNeill is a 2003 graduate of Arcadia University with a B.A. in Sociology, has more than 18 years of experience in social services organizing, and has worked in various roles in the Beacon Light Behavioral Health Systems since 2008.
“I am looking forward to joining the Forest Warren Human Services team and continuing to work alongside the providers in our area to serve the public needs,” McNeill said. “It is exciting to step into the Administrator role and focus on effective service delivery to our families. We will take a positive, progressive, solution-based approach to meet current and future challenges in our communities.”
Forest-Warren Human Services is a county-led agency that contracts with providers and organizes social services in Warren and Forest counties, including drug and alcohol treatment, early intervention, services for persons with disabilities, and more.