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Brian Page, MSW, LCSW
Administrator

Assemblies of God COMPACT Family Services announces a new Administrator for its Arkansas operations based at the Hillcrest Campus in Hot Springs, AR.

Brian and Sharon PageAssemblies of God Family Services Agency, dba COMPACT Family Services and its board of directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Brian Page (MSW, LCSW) as the agency’s new Arkansas Administrator based at its Hillcrest Campus in Hot Springs, AR. As such, Brian will oversee operations of COMPACT’s Hillcrest Children’s Home and Highlands Maternity Home and their programs that include:

• Residential care

• Residential treatment care

• Respite care

• Maternity care

• Transitional Living care

• Foster care

• Adoption services

Brian has a rich child welfare and leadership background that will serve this growing agency. The role of Administrator serves directly under the leadership of the agency’s Executive Director.

For the past five years, Jay Mooney, has served as both the agency’s Administrator and Executive Director. Since the agency has more than doubled its services and population on mission with a national service trajectory, Brian Page’s appointment is a strategically needed leadership addition. He is professionally qualified to fulfill the Administrator role so that Rev. Mooney can focus more on the executive duties of this growing agency.

Originally from Bentonville, AR, Brian earned a Bachelor of Social Work from Evangel University in Springfield, MO. He earned a Master of Social Work (MSW) with specialization in Family Health from Missouri State University in Springfield, MO. Most recently, Brian served as the Psychological Health Coordinator for the Missouri Army National Guard. Cpt. Brian Page is also the commanding officer of the 206th Area Support Medical Company of the Missouri Army National Guard. Brian served a one-year deployment for the United States Army in Kuwait as Behavioral Sciences Officer.  He holds several specializations in mental health, counseling, trauma-informed treatment, and suicide intervention. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). He is married to the Rev. Sharon Page (ordained minister with the Assemblies of God), and they have a daughter and a son.

Regarding his new assignment as Administrator with Assemblies of God COMPACT Family Services, Brian says, “In 1993, God gave me a vision of working with vulnerable children and youth. In my social work career, I have had the opportunity to serve as a relief houseparent at Hillcrest Children’s Home, social services director with Pleasant Hills Children’s Home, and professional counselor in education and military contexts.Yet this new opportunity fills a vacant part of that life-shaping dream from almost 25 years ago. I am excited to work with such great people in a professional work with a Christ-centered culture to help redeem the fatherless and family need in this world.  Sharon and I are humbled to join COMPACT in this vision and mission.”

Executive Director, Jay Mooney says, “Brian Page (MSW, LCSW) is a strategic addition to the expanding ministry of AG COMPACT. Hillcrest Children’s Home and Highlands Maternity Home programs have a rich history and growing value to redeem family brokenness. Brian’s addition will increasingly help the agency to improve its professional practice and growing services. His outstanding character, experienced training, and proven leadership is a great combination for COMPACT at this strategic time of growth.”

Board chairman, Rev. Doug Clay says, “AG COMPACT is thrilled to have Brian Page (MSW, LCSW) join as Administrator of this agency. We are confident that his addition under the leadership of Executive Director, Jay Mooney, is a timely team fit as this agency broadens to better serve and empower its mission and the Church to redeem the fatherless and family through compassionate action.”