Judith Snow, MA, LLP, CAADC
Clinical Manager Sanford Outpatient Center
Judith Snow has been in outpatient private practice since 1996; 23 of those years in solo private practice. She has also worked in the field of substance use and/or mental health disorders since 1986. Judith has known Sanford founders, David and Rae Green for many years, and followed their work in the community since Sanford’s inception. In Judith’s private practice, she developed a long-standing referral relationship with Sanford. Her private clients often attended Sanford residential and outpatient services with successful outcomes.
As Clinical Manager, Sanford Outpatient Center, Judith is invaluable in establishing and maintaining the collaborative nature and excellent programming of the Center. She enjoys working with the dedicated group of therapists as well as Sanford clients.
Judith is “big on exercise” and boxes three times per week. Her commitment to fitness has led her to become a USA boxing official. She is the author of How It Feels to Have a Gay or Lesbian Parent: A Book by Kids for Kids of All Ages. The book gives voice to the thoughts, feelings, and experiences of children, adolescents, and young adults who have a gay or lesbian parent.
Judith Snow says, “I truly value the excellent work that Sanford is doing in our community. And I feel privileged to be a part of it. Treatment changes lives in innumerable ways, and it is rewarding to see those changes occur. To see people regain hope, functionality and happiness is a gift.”