Dr. Steven Miljour, D.O.
Dr. Miljour is a high school graduate of West Iron County (western end of the Upper Peninsula). He earned his bachelor’s of science degree in chemistry at Grand Valley State University. He did both his medical school training and psychiatry residency at Michigan State University. At Catholic Social Services, Dr. Miljour provides psychiatric evaluations in order to determine the correct course of treatment, which could consist of pharmacotherapy, psychotherapy, or a combination of treatments. He believes in a multidisciplinary team approach and working closely with the therapist.
Susan Uballe, LMSW
Susan Uballe is a Licensed Master of Social Worker (Clinical Practice) with roots in Marquette who is grateful to have recently returned to the UP community. She has extensive counseling experience working with individuals, families and groups to help them achieve life changing goals. She works with adults, youth and children, and does individual, couples and family therapy. She has a background in trauma desensitization counseling, grief work, and is trained in EMDR and addictions. She has worked for many years with children and families as well as adults. She has practiced in many settings including community mental health, private practice, non-profit and for profit mental health clinics and government, community, medical and educational agency settings. Her Bachelor of Arts is from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and her Masters in Social Work is from University of Texas, Austin.
Tara Menhennick began working for Catholic Social Services in January 2015. Previously, Tara served in Marquette General Hospital’s Behavioral Health clinic for 16 years. Tara comes to us with a wealth of knowledge in behavioral health care operations, billing practices and client support services. Tara supports both our clients and therapists everyday. Thanks Tara!
Dawn Everson joined the team at CSS in August of 2015. A graduate of Northern Michigan University, she obtained a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in sociology and a minor in psychology. Born in Marquette, she spent most of her youth as an Army brat, traveling with her parents across the country. She comes to us from DHHS, where she worked as a child welfare worker for 15 years. Dawn loves working with families, especially children, and considers herself lucky to be able to make a living doing what she loves.
Kaitlyn Adrian started working for CSS in June of 2015. A graduate of Michigan State University, she obtained a bachelor’s degree in Sociology in 2009 and began work with the Western Peninsula Substance Abuse as a probation office and substance abuse assessor. As a foster care specialist for CSS she spends her time working closely with families and the courts to provide a safe and healthy environment for all of her clients. A lifelong Yooper, Kaitlyn is active in the local Kiwanis chapter in Iron Mountain as well as Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America. She is also an avid runner.