Darrin Krenz has been part of the Adjunct faculty at Saint Mary’s University for the past 5 years. As a counselor educator he has taught in Addiction Studies and Co-Occurring disorders programs at Saint Mary’s University as well as other State Facilities. Darrin served the homeless population in the greater Minneapolis metro area for several years providing intensive community-based direct service case management to adults with severe, long-standing substance use, mental health, physical disabilities, and homelessness. He had been completing rule 25 assessments, diagnostic assessments, and outreach with individuals to coordinate admission to mental health and SUD treatment programs, make recommendations for treatment services, referrals, and providing ongoing support services, along with testimony in civil commitment/criminal court, etc. Darrin has extensive experience with community mental health, direct care, and program leadership and management with private organizations as well as State and County services in Minnesota. Currently, Darrin is the Social Services Program Manager for Hennepin County/Hennepin Health, supervising a team of nurses and social workers that provide complex care case management for chronically homeless individuals that live with severe SUD and mental health disorders. Darrin received his MSW from Augsburg and his BS in LADC at Metropolitan State. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) and a Licensed Drug and Alcohol Counselor (LADC).
- Traditional and Advanced Standing Tracks
- Dedicated Field Work Placement Specialist
- No Pre-Requisites Required
- Strong Lasallian Values
*credit, tuition, and duration ranges based on traditional and advanced standing track options.