Midwest Region

The Midwest Region of the American Counseling Association (ACA) is one of the four ACA regions. The other three regions are the North Atlantic Region, the Southern Region, and the Western Region. The Midwest Region serves those ACA members who live and work within the Midwest region of the United States.

There are thirteen states (branches) within the ACA Midwest Region: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. ACA members who reside in any of these states automatically belong to the ACA Midwest Region.

2014-2015 Leadership

Midwest Region Chair
Kelly Collins
Kcollins.oklahoma@cox.net

Midwest Region Chair-Elect
Jason Marotzke
Jason.Marotzke@gmail.com

Midwest Region Past Chair
Matthew Mims
mimsmj@unk.edu

Governing Council Representative
Christopher P. Roseman
christopher.roseman@utoledo.edu

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ACA in the News: VA Ignored Requests

by Amber McLaughlin | Jun 12, 2014
Art Terrazas, ACA’s director of government affairs, recently spoke with The Daily Caller about the VA crisis.
Once again, he addressed the need for the Department of Veterans Affairs to hire more mental health counselors to reduce wait times. He also spoke about ACA’s efforts to accomplish this goal and being ignored by the VA for years. A recent audit of VA hospitals across the country found that nearly 60,000 former troops are waiting months to see a clinician. Some of these vets are dying while they are waiting. “We can’t get a reason from VA about why they’re not utilizing us,” Terrazas said. “It’s about 18 to 22 veterans we lose a day to suicide. How many of those veterans are waiting for care?”

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