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Henry “Joe” Toney
Joe Toney serves as the Associate Director of Programs for Camber Children’s Mental Health Kansas City’s inpatient psychiatric hospital and residential treatment program. In this role, he is responsible for ensuring treatment programs reflect Camber’s values and standards of care; maintaining program compliance with all company, local, state and federal regulatory standards and accrediting bodies; and ensures the implementation of trauma-informed, evidence-based practices that foster safety, stability, and family and community connection.
As an advocate for at-risk youth and their families, Joe has been serving children who have experienced trauma since 2004. His experience includes working with this population of youth in various settings including juvenile corrections, transitional living, residential treatment, public schools, emergency shelters, acute psychiatric hospitals, and other settings in the Kansas City community. Roles served in these settings include youth specialist, behavioral health technician, life-coach, mentor, foster care case manager, community volunteer, and Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA).
Joe is a former President Select of the Mid-Town Chapter of Kiwanis International and he is a former member of the Louisiana Army National Guard. He earned a master’s degree in psychology from Avila University and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Southeastern Louisiana University. He is also certified in Community and Economic Development from the University of Missouri at Kansas City.
“I do what I do because God has tasked me with doing it. I love doing it with Camber because I feel like everyone around me is doing it for the same reasons I am doing it.” – Joe Toney