Rhonda K. Walker inducted into Center Alumni Association Hall of Honor
Rhonda K. Walker, a 1982 graduate of Center High School, was inducted into the Center Alumni Association Hall of Honor in ceremonies held Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019, at the Windham Civic Center in Center. She was introduced by Sheilah Reeves and presented the award by Dixie Dellinger.
She is a Licensed Masters Social Worker and Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor practicing Social Work for the past 32 years.
Rhonda gained her Bachelor's degree of Social Work from Stephen F Austin State University.
Rhonda established Miracles,Inc. with co-founder Maryanne Mroczek in 1992. It is a Family Behavioral Health Agency and is a faith based, non profit Agency.
It provides services for low income and uninsured families of Kansas that are in need of behavioral health resources. The primary population include IV drug using pregnant women, IV substance users and women with dependent children.
The Agency is a free standing entity with 5 physical locations. The Corporation is licensed by the Kansas Department of Aging and disability Services.
Through Miracles, Inc. they serve over 450 families in any point in time.