The John R. Hay House provides a workplace environment in which employees are treated fairly, adequately compensated, given opportunities for personal and career growth and development, provided with a safe working environment, and properly equipped and trained.
Charles L. Walsh
Charles Walsh has been the director of the John R. Hay House, Inc. since 1984. He is a Diplomat for the National Psychotherapy Association and the Forensic Examiners Association as well as a Prevention Research Institute certified DUI counselor. Walsh serves on the Board for the Sullivan County Felony Drug Court and the Board of the Tennessee Community Corrections Association. He is the Prison Rape Elimination Act Coordinator for community corrections in Sullivan County.
Court Case Developer
Stewart Canter has served John R. Hay House, Inc. since 1996. He is responsible for all Tennessee Felony Information (TOMIS) entries and preparation of all Court documents. Canter also assists in the supervision of the residential male clients as well as male field clients. He is a member of the Administrative Team and the Sexual Assault Team, community corrections.
Cathy R. Walsh
Manager Female Facility/Administrative Assistant
Cathy Walsh has served John R. Hay House, Inc. since 1999. She is the Program Manager for female residential services. She coordinates Tennessee Felony Information (TOMIS) movements, supervises all female personnel and female field supervision officers. and serves on the Sexual Assault Response team. She also coordinates new funding requests for the United Way and our local churches.
Debbie Salyer works directly with Cathy Walsh. She assists in several areas of administrative duties regarding the daily operation of the Administration Office and Female Facilities as well as United Way agency projects and meetings.
Joint Offender Management program (JOMP) Case Officer.
As Joint Offender Management program (JOMP) Case Officer Tina Johnson aids in completing all drug screenings for female clients. Her other duties include TOMIS entries and tracking of clients, case management and referrals for outpatient treatment.
Female Case Officer
Maria Webb is provides Case Management for female field clients. She is the TOMIS Coordinator for the female clients and serves as a translator for Hispanic clients. She also coordinates referrals from the Second Judicial District Criminal Court.