The H.O.U.S.E., Inc.


24706 State Hwy 171, Webb City, MO 64870
Admissions: 417-623-1944 or 417-825-7101


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Biographical Portrait 

Operations Manager

General Background:

Jason Rischard is currently the operations manager of  H.O.U.S.E. Inc.. He is certified by the Missouri Substance Abuse Professional Credentialing Board and currently holds a RASAC I And MARS certification. Jason graduated from Copan High School in 1993 and attended Northeastern Oklahoma University.

Professional History:

Prior to working in Substance Abuse, Jason worked in the Industrial Trades. Mr. Rischard worked as a trainer, foreman and manager where he obtained vast skills in public relations.

In 2005 Jason was introduced to the Oklahoma Substance Abuse field at The House of Hope in Grove Oklahoma. Here he received informal training, became interested, and eventually dedicated himself to helping people inflicted with substance use disorders.

Since the first of March, 2010, Mr. Rischard has been promoted through the ranks at H.O.U.S.E. Inc. Initially being in charge of the managing, distribution and ordering of all food, hygiene and cleaning supplies. Next he gratefully accepted the task of Intake Coordinator. Jason now provides clinical counseling and is in charge of Operations.

Goals and Statements:

Short Term Goal: Jason plans to earn the Missouri Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselors certification.

Long Term Goal: Mr. Rischard is dedicated to attending continued education on Substance Abuse Counseling for the purpose of providing the best possible services to The H.O.U.S.E. Incorporated's client populous for many years to come.

"I personally believe in The H.O.U.S.E. Incorporated's Philosophy, Mission and Operations.  In addition I feel blessed to be involved in our common goal as a Team.- To be committed to helping individuals suffering from substance use disorders, transition into a new and exciting way of life!"