Department Spotlight June

  • “Not finance. Not strategy. Not technology. It is teamwork that remains the ultimate competitive advantage, both because it is so powerful and so rare.” ― Patrick Lencioni, The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable

Business Office

OneEighty’s Business Office is an essential department within the agency. The business office includes planning, organizing, auditing, and accounting for the agency company finances.

OneEighty’s Business Office manages:

  • $6.4 million budget
  • 45 different sources of revenue including grants, contracts, Medicaid, commercial insurance, & donations
  • Processes 2,400 services monthly to Medicaid, commercial insurance, and local Mental Health and Recovery Board
  • 370 financial accounts
  • Process 200 checks to vendors monthly
  • Process payroll for 96 employees every 2 weeks
  • Process purchase request
  • Process payments and denials
  • Creates the annual budget and prepares the agency for audits
  • Creates a monthly financial statement for the Board of Trustees

Meet the staff

Bobbi Bresson – Finance Director
Bobbi grew up on a dairy farm outside Wooster with her parents and younger sister. She graduated from Triway High School as salutatorian.  She attended and graduated from Baldwin-Wallace with Business and Spanish degrees.  At both Triway and Baldwin Wallace she played tennis.  After college, she served in the Peace Corps for 2 years in Guatemala.  After Peace Corps she served as a missionary at a children’s home in Guatemala for 1 ½ years.  On March 11, 2000 she married Denny Bresson.  They have 2 children – a son, Kye, who is 17 and will be a senior at Triway and a daughter, Deah, who is 15 and will be a sophomore at Wooster. They also have 2 dogs.  Faith, family, and friends are very important to Bobbi. 
Bobbi has worked for OneEighty for 21 years.  She started in 1998 doing payroll, accounts payable, and accounts receivable.  She became the Finance Director in 2010.  During her time at the agency there have been many changes. She has gone through five different agency names: Wayne County Alcoholism Services, Every Woman’s House, STEPS at Liberty Center, Liberty Center Connections, to present OneEighty. She had 3 different offices in 3 different locations before the agency moved to the Gault also known as the Main Offices. Through it all she has helped the agency increase employment, stay on budget, secure grants and help negotiate properties. Bobbi says, “It has been exciting to be a part of the growth of OneEighty.”
Melissa C. -  E H R Support Specialist
To manage the client Electronic Health Record billing module and to ensure all serves are posted and reported accurately.
Joey Kline – Financial Administrator
To assist the Finance Director in maintaining the integrity of the financial management systems of OneEighty.
Molly Roth – Payroll Specialist
Teresa Garver – Grants Administrator
Provides coordination for grants and contracts from federal, state, local and private foundations. Ensures that funds are expended as directed and that the Agency meets compliance and reporting requirements fiscally and programmatically. Compile financial and non-financial data for the preparation of internal reports, compliance reports and grant billings.
Rex Smetzer – Staff Accountant
Rex grew up in Holmes County. He went to college at Kentucky Christian University and received BS in Bible and Business Administration.  He worked at Killbuck Savings Bank after college for 16 years. There he worked in Operations as the Data Processing Manager. He left Killbuck Savings Bank and worked as the Office Manager at a large chiropractic office. In 2013 he moved to Wooster, which he says is the best thing he has ever done. In 2017 he began working for OneEighty as a Staff Accountant. His hobbies include music and travelling to see new places with his wife.  
Elaine Scharon – Billing Coordinator
Has worked at OneEighty for 9 months. She has worked in the medical field for 21 years.

Maintenance Department

The Maintenance Department is a key role for daily operations, annual maintenance, janitorial and long-term health of OneEighty locations. OneEighty has three residential facilities, a Main and Millersburg office, and 8 recovery homes. In addition to daily operations the department is also responsible for building maintenance, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, garbage/Recycling management, janitorial, housekeeping, painting, water and sewage management, lawn and grounds maintenance.

Meet the Staff

Michael Folks, Facilities Maintenance Coordinator
Michael’s priority is to make sure everyone is satisfied with the state of the buildings. His goal is to make sure it is done correctly the first time in order to allow more projects to be accomplished. He ensures each building is prepared for any environmental or medical emergency by implementing fire and tornado checks, safety checks and keeping the first aid kits stocked. In addition, he is responsible for developing and implementing of comprehensive, preventative, maintenance program, budget monitoring and planning, coordination and implementations weekly, monthly and seasonal job priorities. The Maintenance/Janitorial Assistant and Custodian report to the Facilities Maintenance Coordinator. Michael has been with OneEighty for one year. Previously Michael was a Facilities Manager for an apartment complex in Columbus, Ohio.
Bryan Luzier, Maintenance/Janitorial Assistant
Bryan maintains the cleanliness of facility and grounds. Under general supervision from the Facilities Maintenance Coordinator, performs custodial duties to include overall building, grounds and maintenance task as assigned. Bryan has been with the agency 8 months.

Brittany Zickerfoose, Custodian