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Christopher J. Keeley, MSW, LICSW
Cell: (202) 299-4919
e-mail : addicts@gmail.com

socialwork@yahoo.com

http://intervention.org

http://tunlaw.org/

Education

Master of Social Work Degree, National Catholic School of Social Service , Washington, DC, 1997.

Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, Photography, The Corcoran School of Art, Washington, DC, 1988.

Current Employment

Since November 1997:
Child and Family Services Agency
In Home and Permanency Administration
200 I Street, SE
Washington, D.C. 20003 -
Supervisory Social Worker

Agency Mobile: ( 202 ) 439 – 4626

Previous Employment

May 1997 – August 1997
Hope Village, Inc. Justice Program, 2850 Langston Place, SE, Washington, DC 20020 – (202) 678-0161
Case Manager and Vocational Rehab Counselor

May 1997
The Office of National Drug Control Policy, CSR Research Group, 1400 Eye Street, NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20005
Consultant and Group Moderator

September 1996 – May 1997
The Psychiatric Institute of Washington, 4228 Wisconsin Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20016 – ( 202 ) 965-8550
Social Worker-Intern

September 1995 – May 1996
Community for Creative Non-Violence, 425 Second Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001 – ( 202 ) 393-1909
Case Manager

December 1988 – June 1995
T.H.E. Washington Counseling Center, 2850 Connecticut Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20008 – (202 ) 955-5555
1993 – 1995 … Senior Counselor
1991 – 1993 … Counselor, Clinical Director
1989 – 1991 … Office Manager, Counselor
1988 – 1989 … Office Manager

July 1985 – 1988
Visual Strategy Group, 10th Street NE, Washington, DC
Photographer’s Assistant

August 1983 – September 1984
Hugo’s Natural Foods, Livingston St. NW, Washington, DC (no longer in business).
Grocery Clerk

February 1981 – March 1982
Touch The Wild, Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe (Southern Africa)
Safari Guide

Private Practice

In private practice I conduct drug interventions from referrals through my Website domain “intervention.org” and from community referrals. I do nearly daily referrals for people seeking help for drug problems or needing treatment. As a consultant, I have consulted on drug policy for government agencies.

Social Activism Awareness

ART

Selected exhibits of my photographs on social issues have been shown in:
Athens, Greece, Pierides Foundation Museum (1989) – “Addict: Out of the Dark and Into the Light.”

Washington, D.C., Cannon Rotunda, U.S. Capitol (1990) – “Powerless Homeless.”

Washington, D.C., The Fifth Column (1990) – “Alienated Youth.”

Washington, D.C., Woman’s National Democratic Club (1990) – “Homeless Portraits.”

Paris, France, International Herald Tribune (1993) – “Addict: Out of the Dark and Into the Light.”

Washington, D.C., 18th Street Lounge (1997) – “Abandoned: Photos of Our Neglected Populace.”

Washington, D.C., National Coalition for the Homeless (1997) – “Powerless Homeless.”

CalWORKs Homeless Families to the Los Angeles County Commission for Public Social Services, Photograph, June 2005.

LET THE CHURCH SAY AMEN, INDEPENDENT LENS, PBS, the disparities between the Shaw neighborhood and the Capitol district of the impoverished in Washington, D.C. March 2005.

News feature http://www.salon.com/, Jesse Jackson, Cindy Sheehan and Joan Baez march at Saturday’s antiwar rally Make levees, not war in Washington. September 2005.

Poverty In America – 4 documentary photographs to assist the chronicles of Mr. Martin Luther King’s III nationwide travels to illustrate poverty. December 2007.

Awards

“Bernard Williams Memorial Award for Photography,” Corcoran School of Art, Washington, D.C., 1988.

“Documentary Photojournalism,” Photo Metro, San Francisco, CA, 1990.

“Management Assistance Grant,” D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities, Washington, D.C., 1991.

“Social Work Honoree,” Child and Family Services Agency, Washington, D.C., 1999.

Social Worker of the Year 2001, Child and Family Services Agency, Washington DC, March 29, 2001.

Publications

Author of Paradise life, my memoir, 2006, 160 pages. Xlibris Press.

Author of Addict: Out of the Dark and Into the Light, Beaux Arts, 365 pages, 1994. Fifty-one testimonials of drug addicts’ recovery, along with their portraits.

Campaign poster: “No One’s Vote Counts More Than Yours – You Don’t Need a Home to Vote.” National Coalition for the Homeless. 1996.

Magazine article: “Young Americans Rock for a Free Tibet.” Shambhala Sun Magazine. 1998.

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