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Principals

4-A-Change was started by brothers, Mike and John Trapp. It is an attempt to build a sustainable venture while avoiding both a board of directors and employees. Mike has over 25 years experience in the helping professions. He has a MA in Sociology from the University of Toledo and maintains a Co-Occurring Disorders Professional Certification through the Missouri Credentialing Board. Locally, Mike had an 11-year career with Phoenix Health Programs, with increasing responsibility, and ultimately served as executive director. He brought harm reduction and community based strategies to Phoenix. Prior to Phoenix Michael was a case manager at True North and provided batterer intervention at Family Counseling Center. Mike serves on the Columbia City Council and has been active in community coalitions to address homelessness. He serves on the Board of Advisors for Turning Point and MU’s Integrative Behavioral Health Clinic.  He also serves as an Ex Officio member of REDI and enjoys extensive contacts with local employers and engaged citizenry. John served for 12 years as a practice manager at Tod Mikuriya, MD an alternative medical clinic in Berkeley California working with a harm reduction approach. John established the practice and developed all forms, processes, and an electronic health record system. John’s strengths include organizational excellence, accounting, office and management software, and computer setup, maintenance and repair.
40 Years Experience The two principals have extensive experience in working at non- profits, running non-profits, grass roots organizing, and related fields.
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Principals

4-A-Change was started by brothers, Mike and John Trapp. It is an attempt to build a sustainable venture while avoiding both a board of directors and employees. Mike has over 25 years experience in the helping professions. He has a MA in Sociology from the University of Toledo and maintains a Co-Occurring Disorders Professional Certification through the Missouri Credentialing Board. Locally, Mike had an 11-year career with Phoenix Health Programs, with increasing responsibility, and ultimately served as executive director. He brought harm reduction and community based strategies to Phoenix. Prior to Phoenix Michael was a case manager at True North and provided batterer intervention at Family Counseling Center. Mike serves on the Columbia City Council and has been active in community coalitions to address homelessness. He serves on the Board of Advisors for Turning Point and MU’s Integrative Behavioral Health Clinic.  He also serves as an Ex Officio member of REDI and enjoys extensive contacts with local employers and engaged citizenry. John served for 12 years as a practice manager at Tod Mikuriya, MD an alternative medical clinic in Berkeley California working with a harm reduction approach. John established the practice and developed all forms, processes, and an electronic health record system. John’s strengths include organizational excellence, accounting, office and management software, and computer setup, maintenance and repair.
40 Years Experience The two principals have extensive experience in working at non-profits, running non-profits, grass roots organizing, and related fields.