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.

2016-2017 Leadership

Midwest Region Chair
Victoria Kress
victoriaekress@gmail.com

Midwest Region Chair-Elect
Melanie Popiolek
Melanie.popiolek@gmail.com

Midwest Region Past Chair
Jason Marotzke
Jason.Marotzke@gmail.com

Governing Council Representative
Michele Kerulis
mkerulis@gmail.com

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    Aug 16, 2016
    Louisiana is currently experiencing catastrophic flooding on the level of Hurricane Sandy. As of August 15, 2016, over 24,000 households have been affected and at least 7 fatalities reported. Over 10,000 people are staying in 60 Red Cross shelters. In order to help those affected, the American Red Cross is currently deploying new disaster mental health volunteers with no prior Red Cross experience.
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  • ACA Partners With SAMHSA for 2016 Voice Awards on August 10

    Aug 09, 2016
    ACA is proud to be a program partner of the 2016 SAMHSA Voice Awards, which honor exemplary television/film productions that educate the public about behavioral health and consumer/peer/family leaders who demonstrate that recovery from mental health conditions and addictions is possible.
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