Whitney Jones, MSW

Interventionist

With more than two decades of experience in the fields of behavioral health, mental health and addiction recovery, Whitney Jones has dedicated her professional career to helping individuals recover from addiction and other co-occurring disorders. She has a deep understanding of the unique challenges her clients face, and her passion, education and professional experience make her eminently qualified to empower others in winning the battle for recovery.

After earning a B.A. in Psychology from Hollins University in Roanoke, VA, and a Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from the University of Georgia, Whitney successfully completed an internship in social work at Grady Memorial Hospital on the neonatal unit, assisting addicted mothers and their families. At the Atlanta Children’s Homeless Shelter, Whitney has worked to provide resources and education for families suffering from addiction and homelessness. Her years of experience also include social work with adolescents and adults in the addiction, psychiatric and geriatric units of the Atlanta Charter Peachford Hospital.¬†She also worked on the eating disorder, addiction and psychiatric units of Ridgeview Institute in Smyrna, GA.

Today, at Recovery Resources, Whitney and her associates offer their clients all the tools they need to experience long-term recovery from alcohol and drug addiction and other co-occurring disorders. For a free consultation, call 1-800-280-2032 today.

Kind words from a colleague…

I have referred clients to and successfully collaborated with Whitney many times over the last couple of years. Her extensive experience and compassionate professionalism make her very effective. Whitney is multi-disciplinary in her approach and wonderfully resourceful. Without any reservation, I recommend Whitney’s Recovery Resources.
–Brian O’Shea, Interventionist

Whitney Jones is a member of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW), the National Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, and Psi Chi, the honor society for Psychology.