Kelly Stephens, LCSW
Kelly Stephens has been with Grace Harbour for 12 years and served many different roles throughout her time her. For the past several years, she has been leading a team out of our Pike County office. She is passionate about working with children and youth as well as their families. Kelly has experience in working with various mental and behavioral health disorders for over 15 years. She has also been a member of the leadership team charged with incorporating state and national guidelines, ensuring that Grace Harbour is one of the best agencies in the state. Through her education at The University of Georgia, she obtained a Bachelor's Degree in Family and Consumer Sciences - Child and Family Development and then received a Master's Degree in Social Work. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and is certified in Darkness to Light, Suicide Prevention, as well as many others. Kelly finds her passion in helping others reach their full potential. Outside of work, Kelly enjoys spending time with her husband and two boys. She is actively involved in many community activities.
Georgia Director of Evidence-Based Programs
Tamara began her professional career working with at-risk youth, delivering violence and substance use prevention programs to schools and housing communities in the Metro Atlanta area. After receiving her Masters in Professional Counseling in 2006, Tamara worked as a MST therapist for 9 years. Tamara joined Grace Harbour in 2015 as a MST Supervisor in Clayton county, and is currently the Program Manager of all Evidence Based Programs for Grace Harbour. When she is not working, Tamara enjoys spending time with her family.
Tim Jones, MS, LPC
South Carolina Director of Evidence-Based Programs
Tim Jones joined Grace Harbour in early 2022, taking on the role of overseeing the program expansion into South Carolina. Prior to that, he spent over a decade overseeing long-term care facilities for intellectually disabled adults. These facilities dealt with patients ranging from more intensive behavioral concerns to those that were medically fragile. He also carries a M.S. in Mental Health Counseling and has spent the last several years providing outpatient counseling addressing several areas including: anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and marriage and family counseling. He is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Florida and a Licensed Professional Counselor in South Carolina. He has been married to his wife, Kara, for fifteen years, and has four children. In his free time, Tim enjoys running, playing and coaching sports, and watching Florida Gators football.