In a letter dated July 1, 2019 from the Texas Association of Addiction Professionals, Pastor and Professor M. Lavelle Hendricks of Sulphur Springs has been selected as the 2019 recipient of the D. Frank Davis Professional and Community Outreach Award. This annual award, named after current Texas Certification Board Chairman Frank Davis, is awarded to recognize sustained and meritorious service to the profession of addiction counseling. Hendricks is Professor of Counseling at Texas A and M University, Commerce. His specialty is addiction disorders with research interest. He is also Pastor at East Caney Missionary Baptist Church in Hopkins County.
Author: Enola Gay
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