Jacqueline Holloway is a board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with 20 years of experience in the area of substance abuse. She has been instrumental in the South Georgia region with helping families locate treatment centers while educating families of the disease process of addiction. She began her mental health career in the early nineteen eighties in Rochester, New York, where she was a CNA. She became a Registered Nurse, then she received her MSN in education, which lead her to pursue a post-Master certification as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.
Her personal and professional experiences have afforded her a realistic approach to treating individuals who either live with a mental health disorder or a substance abuse disorder, she has been there, and done that.
Her employment opportunities have taken her from upstate New York State mental hospitals to a local primary health clinic in rural Georgia. No matter her location, her goal has remained the same, which are to make a difference. In her free-time she enjoys cooking and spending time with her fourteen grandchildren.
He who conceals his disease cannot expect to be cured. -Smith, Damballah-Dolphus