Jeanne M. Unger has been the Executive Director of Farnham, Inc. since 1994. Prior to this, she worked at Syracuse University as a staff therapist in the Psychiatric Counseling Center in addition to providing alcohol and drug assessment and counseling services for the S.U. Athletic Department. She has also worked at the SUNY Oswego Counseling Center. She has held positions as a research consultant and director of medical records in a long-term care facility. Jeanne holds a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and a Master's Degree in Counseling and Psychological Services with an emphasis on Counseling Services. She has a Certificate in Management from the American Management Association and is a 1995 graduate of the Leadership Oswego County program.
Karen Hoffman is the Prevention Director at Farnham Family Services and oversees all prevention services offered by Farnham.Hoffman most recently worked for 2 years as the coordinator of the Central Region Prevention Resource Center, a NYS OASAS initiative, covering 13 counties with a mission of creating community coalitions and initiating population level change. Hoffman has 22 years of teaching experience at SUNY Delhi and the NYS School for the Deaf in Rome, NY. She also previously served as the Director of Prevention Services at COCOAA for 17 years. She holds a BS in Education from East Stroudsburg University in Pennsylvania, and an MS in Education from the State University College at Cortland. Hoffman is a NYS OASAS Credentialed Prevention Professional. Hoffman is a past president of the board of directors for the Oswego County Humane Society. In 2010 she was one of 12 recipients of the Central New York American Red Cross “Women Who Mean Business Award”.
Mary Jo Proietta-Halpern has been the Clinical Director at Farnham, Inc. since May of 1993. She previously held positions as a therapist at various agencies in Syracuse, NY. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Sociology from SUNY Cortland, and a Master's degree in Social Work from Syracuse University. Her activities include Drug Court liaison, and member of Family Drug Treatment Court Planning Committee. She is a licensed social worker, and a certified acupuncture detoxification therapist.
Dr. Magsino received his Bachelor of Science degree in 1986 with a major in Chemistry from the University of the Philippines. He completed his Doctor of Medicine degree in 1990 from the Far Eastern University in Manila and completed various requisite stages of the United States Medical Licensing Examinations in 1992 and 1996. The American Board of Internal Medicine awarded him Diplomate status in 1998. He has worked as a Primary Care Physician and Internist in the Philippines since 1993. Between 1994 and 1997, Dr. Magsino completed his Residency training in Internal Medicine at Mercy Hospital (an affiliate of the State University of New York at Buffalo). Since July of 2001, he has worked as a Primary Care Provider for the Oswego Hospital and for Oswego County Opportunities.