Jorge Argueta. He has been working in the field of Substance Abuse since 1996 when he began working at a Methadone clinic and later for the Department of Corrections at C4. His 14 year of experience with Victims of Domestic abuse and Sexual Abuse brings to the agency the experience needed to advocate for female offenders. He is also the Chair of the Humanities, Behavioral and Social Science Department of St. Augustine College. Under his leadership, he coordinates the Additions Program licensed by the Illinois Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Professional Certification Association. He created the Advance Practicum program in Addictions Counseling, to help College students meet the requirements necessary to become Certified Substance Abuse and Other Drugs Counselors. The students of St. Augustine College have a passing rate in the IAODAPCA, CADC exam of 97%. In addition to his Doctoral studies, he is also a prominent speaker and lecturer at various training institutions and for Argosy and Harper College. Mr. Argueta holds various degrees in Criminal Justice, Clinical Psychology and will become a Doctor in Organizational behavior in the Spring of 2011.