Cobb County Community Services Board
Douglas County Community Services Board
3830 S. Cobb Drive, Suite 300
Smyrna, GA 30080
FOR RELEASE: June 15, 2015 CONTACT Tod Citron – 770-429-5000, Allan & Cathy Lipsett – 770-426-9347
Interim Director Named
Executive Director Tod Citron Taking New Post in Virginia
The Cobb County Community Services Board (CCSB) announces that Tod Citron is leaving his post in June as executive director and will be replaced by Bryan Stephens as interim executive director.
Citron will be going to a new post as Executive Director of Behavioral Heath with Fairfax, VA-based Inova, a not-for-profit healthcare system based in Northern Virginia that serves more than two million people each year from throughout the Washington DC, metro area and beyond.
Citron joined the CSB in 1999 as director.
“It has been an incredible and successful 15 years,” Citron said. During that time the agency has expanded its delivery by providing innovative housing and employment services for clients, integrated primary and behavioral healthcare, expanded community based case management services, expanded service capacity in the Cobb County Adult Detention Center, and oversaw the building of a new 20,000 square foot Behavioral Healthcare Crisis Service Center.
The Cobb and Douglas Community Services Boards provide mental health, developmental disability, and substance abuse services to more than 10,000 residents of Cobb and Douglas Counties annually.
Stephens, who currently serves as the agency’s clinical director, will assume his new position June 29. Employed by the CSB since 1992, Stephens is a Licensed Professional Counselor and holds an Executive MBA from Kennesaw State University.
“Tod Citron has led this agency to great accomplishments in the past decade and a half and he will be missed, but we wish him well in his new position,” said new Cobb Community Services Board Chairman Wyman Pilcher.
“We believe that Mr. Stephens will do a wonderful job supporting the agency’s mission to provide a progressive array of community-based behavioral health care and developmental disability services as we move forward,” Pilcher said.