Deah Davis is an experienced advanced generalist social worker in Sedgwick County, receiving both her BSW and MSW degrees from Wichita State University. She has been an active social work practitioner throughout the community in the areas of substance abuse treatment, co-occurring mental health disorders, corrections, cultural competency in the administration of treatment and harm reduction. Her experiences in the provision of substance abuse treatment include case management, outpatient clinician, residential addictions therapist, and licensed clinical addictions counselor. With her advanced generalist social work knowledge, training and experience she has been helping prepare social work students at BSW and MSW levels integrate into the local community to practice in all areas of social work. Deah has been an adjunct faculty member at Wichita State School of Social work since 2009 teaching social work and addictions practice. As a regional advocate for generalist and advanced generalist social work education, Deah believes well-trained generalist social workers can provide vital services and support within the State of Kansas.