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Valorie R. Spriggs
Mental Health Professional

Valorie Spriggs received her Bachelors in Rehabilitation Services and her Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Southern University.

Prior to COPE Behavioral Health, Valroie Spriggs worked as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for Iberville Rehabilitation Inc. in White Castle, Louisiana. Her duties included aiding students with behavioral, mental physical or emotional problems. Ms. Spriggs has also worked as a Census Enumerator for the Census Bureau, a Special Education instructor for the East Baton Rouge Parish School System and as a Crisis Counselor/On-site Property manager/Social Services Aide for Volunteers of America.




Cassandra Bradley-Jones
Mental Health Professional

Cassandra Bradley-Jones, a native of Baton Rouge, received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and her Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from Southern University. Before her work with COPE Behavioral Health, she worked at St. James Behavioral Health Clinic where her duties included maintaining confidentiality records, and guiding clients in development of skills and strategies for dealing with their problems.Cassandra interned at Woodlake Addiction Recovery Center and at Sharon Hills Elementary.




Jean’Quel White Henry BS, MA
Mental Health Professional

Jean’Quel White Henry received Bachelors of Science in Social Work and Masters of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Southern University. Her certifications and affiliations include Louisiana Certified Social Worker, HIV counseling and testing, Licensed Professional Counselor-intern, Louisiana Counseling Association, and President of the Baton Rouge AIDS Society.

Before joining the staff of COPE Behavioral Health, she was a Mental Health Counselor and a Senior Case Manager with the HIV/AIDS Alliance for Greater Baton Rouge. She assessed homeless clients with housing case management; provided counseling, maintained confidential case notes and collaborated with other agencies to meet client needs.

Ms. Henry was previously on staff of Family Service of Greater Baton Rouge as a Medicaid case manager, a Ryan White title II Care Coordinator, a prison liaison, an HIV tester/counselor, a Special Projects Coordinator and a Substance Abuse Coordinator.

Corey D. Jenkins
Mental Health Professional


Corey Jenkins earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Rehabilitation Counseling and his Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling and Disability Research from Southern University. He has recognitions that include a Rehabilitation Scholarship Award, the Carl Nelson Youth Achievement Award and BRASS Certification in HIV Education and Testing.

Mr. Jenkins has also volunteered with the Vision Christian Center International, donates his time to tutor youth as a Drill team instructor and he is a youth minister and a mentor for the Young Lions Mentorship Program.

Before joining COPE Behavioral Health, Mr. Jenkins worked at the Baton Rouge Treatment Center as a Substance Abuse Counselor where he assisted individuals with Opioid addiction on daily life activities including but not limited to bio psychosocial aspects of recovery, finances, and social psychosis. He also maintained a diverse caseload appropriating step levels with compliance treatments. Mr. Jenkins  also was a crisis counselor at LA Spirit/Harmony Center in Baton Rouge

Yolanda Y. McCants
Mental Health Professional

Yolanda McCants has an Associate degree in Business Administration and a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Phoenix. Yolanda also earned a Diploma in Nursing from the Medical Careers Academy.

Before joining COPE Behavioral Health, Ms. McCants was a Mental Health Professional with Lighthouse Community Care where she maintained confidentiality of records, assessed patients for risk of attempting suicide.





Thea Robinson
Mental Health Professional

Thea Robinson attended Southern university where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology and a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling. Ms. Robinson has a certification in Counseling and is a member of the American Counseling Association. Ms. Robinson was also a volunteer at Volunteers of America as a Foster Care Therapist. Before joining COPE Behavioral Health, Ms. Robinson was a Guidance Counselor at G.W. Carver Primary School in Ascension Parish Schools.

Keshia Martin
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Cori Williams
Clinical Coordinator

Cori Williams is currently a senior majoring in Political Science at Southern University – Baton Rouge. Before joining the Cope family, Cori worked for Collingsworth Entities, a PR firm and Options Foundation, and IOP Mental Rehabilitation center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.






Lauren Hebert-Henderson
Adminstrative Director









Amy Sarver, LCSW
Clinical Director











Shanice Mckinney, MHP









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Shawanda Petite, MHP






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Shalonda Guy, MHS







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Melody Bynum, MHP







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Tatyana Ordogne, MHP






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Kanye McKee, MHP






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Phillip Williams, MHS






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Calvin Malveaux, MHP






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Lisa Arbuthnot, MHP







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