Nancy E. Rhorer

Nancy Rhorer

Title: Social Services Director, Grievance Coordinator
Company: Consulate Corporation
Location: Cape Coral, Florida, United States

Nancy E. Rhorer, Social Services Director and Grievance Coordinator at Consulate Corporation, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Health Care Providers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in counseling.

Dedicated to helping her clients overcome their substance abuse problems, Ms. Rhorer has found great fulfillment in supporting and advocating for children, adolescents, and adults throughout her 45-year career. Matriculating at Ball State University, she received a Bachelor’s degree in psychology in 1973 and a Master’s degree in clinical psychology in 1975 before serving as a civilian rehabilitation counselor for the U.S. Army in Germany through 1979. Into the 1990s, she served in multiple substance abuse counselor roles for the Center for Mental Health in Indiana, the Anderson Center of St. John’s, and Southwest Florida Addiction Services. Ms. Rhorer went on to work as a juvenile probation officer with the Juvenile Justice Department for one year, and also served as director of Social Services for the Marriott Property Senior Living Facility, Tandem and Shady Rest Care Center between 2001 and 2009.

Most recently in her career, Ms. Rhorer was the Social Services director and grievance coordinator for the Consulate Corporation from 2009 until commencing her retirement in 2013. Reflecting on her illustrious career, she recalls her most notable achievement was while working at Shady Rest Care Center, she was selected as a clinician that went to Tallahassee, Florida to lobby for nursing homes and the elderly. She attributes her success simply to her upbringing and her passion for what she does. Looking toward the future, she hopes for there to be more acceptance of alcoholism as a disease with less stigma, as well as more appreciation and respect for the elderly. In her spare time, Ms. Rhorer enjoys long-distance sailing, traveling, and genealogy research.

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