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Our Staff

Regina Moller, Executive Director

Regina Moller, M.D., L.A.D.C.

Executive Director

Regina has over twenty years of experience in the behavioral health field, with special interests and training in emergency mental health services, trauma-informed care, and co-occurring disorders.

Regina is a graduate of The University of Massachusetts Medical School, in Worcester, MA. She served as Chief Resident in Emergency Psychiatric Services. She was involved in the development, from conception to completion, of an extensive emergency room psychiatric clinic. She is also a licensed alcohol and drug counselor and certified clinical supervisor. She has run training and provided supervision for the emergency psychiatric services of a national crisis hotline, has directed a residential treatment program for adolescents with co-occurring disorders and has served as risk manager for a large multi-state behavioral healthcare organization. She serves on several state and provider committees for behavioral health issues.

Jean Alberghini, Program Director, Gray Farm House

Jean Alberghini

Director of Residential Services

Jean has been in the children’s mental health field for 39 years. The best care we can give our children are well-informed and trained staff. She is a trainer for Therapeutic Crisis Intervention, Risking Connections, and Mental Health First Aid trainer as well as a facilitator for various trauma informed groups for adolescent girls.

For the past four years, Jean has been the Chair for the Southeastern Mental Health System of Care. Jean enjoys spending her free time with her family at the beach, and participating in outdoor activities.

Her favorite quote: “All kids need is a little help, a little hope, and someone to believe in them.” – Magic Johnson

Heath Greene

Director of Quality Assurance

Heath Greene has been working in the human service field for 23 years. Heath has had various roles working with both adults and children from being case management, residential program director, recruiter for foster care placements.

He has worked with many different departments including Massachusetts Department of Children and Families; Massachusetts Department of Development Disabilities; Connecticut Judicial Branch Court Support Services; Department of Corrections Parole; and Community Services. Heath has been trained in many cognitive-based curriculums, trauma-informedpPractices as well as various types of assessments

Heath has a Master’s of Education (M.Ed) focused on Psychological Studies. Heath joined Noank Community Support Services in January 2023 as the Program Director for the Short Term Assessment and Respite (STAR) Program and now serves as Director of Quality Assurance.

In his spare time, Heath enjoys cooking and spending time with his husband and close friends. He is an avid fan of the UCONN Women’s Basketball team.

Brett Haggan, Program Director, Clift House

Brett Haggan

Director, Transitional Foster Care Program

Brett has a BA in Public Policy from Eastern Connecticut State University and a MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Central Connecticut State University. Previously at NCSS he was the Clinician at Gray Farm House. Prior to coming to the agency he worked with the Functional Family Therapy model collaborating with both Juvenile Probation and the Department of Children and Families. He also has served as the Supervising Therapist for the Outpatient Clinics at Klingberg Family Centers.

Brett says he was drawn to this field because it is important to feel like he make a difference. He wants to be known for improving the lives of others and making the world a better place.

In his free time Brett loves kayaking, paddle boarding, and hiking with my four children and husband.

Kara Larkin, Coordinator of Community-Based Services

Kara Larkin

Coordinator of Community-Based Services

In 2006, Kara moved on within the agency to become a CHAP case manager working with young adults in the community. Presently, Kara is working as the coordinator of all community-based services at NCSS, implementing standards of practice and procedures complying with agency and State policies.

Kara is a Learning Inventory of Skills trainer. Mental Health First Aid and American Red Cross CPR and first aid trained.

When she isn’t working, Kara enjoys gardening, relaxing at the beach and spending time with her husband and two children.

Marina Nieto-Marquez

Director of Clift House

Marina studied at California State University of San Bernardino, and holds a BA in Liberal Arts with a Human Development concentration. Marina has worked in the humanities related field for 15 years. Marina dedicated her first years of her career in early intervention services, working with birth to three programs that assisted children with special needs. She participated in community service outside of the country, dedicating her time to assist orphanages that housed young children and adolescents.

In her time with Noank Community Support Services since 2017, Marina has successfully taken on various roles as a per-diem, youth care worker, case manager, and now Director. Marina hopes to be an example that hard work and dedication to your profession pays off.

Marina enjoys spending time with her family.  She considers herself a foodie, and enjoys experiencing new foods. She misses the California sunshine, but is getting used the beautiful seasons of Connecticut. As a true Disney fanatic one of her favorite quotes is, “All of our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them”-Walt Disney

Geoffrey Taylor

Director of Development and Marketing

Geoff Taylor has ten years of experience helping organizations tell compelling stories through digital and print mediums and raising over $4 MM in operating dollars. These organizations include Connecticut College, Teach for America, and Habitat for Humanity. He also free lances as a graphic designer to help marketing efforts and brand identity for dozens of small local businesses, civic groups, and nonprofits.

Geoff holds a BA in Architecture and Botany from Connecticut College.

In his free time Geoff enjoys spending time with his large family and close friends. He is also a micro-influencer creating food and cocktail content creation for Instagram and TikTok.

Eisha Williams

Coordinator of DCF Credentialed Services

Eisha has over 12 years in behavioral and mental health awareness in programs such as Special Education, behavioral modification life coaching, and managing a safe house for expecting young women.

Eisha is the American Red Cross, Learning Inventory of Skills Training (LIST); Risking Connection; and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) trainer for NCSS. Eisha trains our staff in trauma-informed care, as she believes it’s the foundation for successful trauma recovery and facilitates healing for ourselves and others.

In her free time, Eisha enjoys crafting, dancing, painting, reading, and singing.

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