Glenn Sime, Jr.
Glenn Sime, Jr. MSW, Registered Clinical Social Work Intern, CAP, IC/RC, is the Fort Freedom Program Director. Originally born and raised in the Miami area, he has a significant passion for Veteran care. With multiple family members serving throughout different branches, Glenn took on the Fort Freedom project with excitement.
Glenn received his undergraduate degree in Human Services specializing in addiction studies. Post undergrad, Glenn became a Certified Addiction Professional (CAP), a Certified Anger Management Specialist Level Two (CAMS II), and a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist-Addiction (CCTS-A). Glenn has worked in behavioral health for over 10 years and recently graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Central Florida with a Master of Social Work degree.
Glenn has a passion for helping the underserved populations and he spent years volunteering at the Florida Department of Corrections St. Lucie work release program helping to guide ex-offenders toward a newfound sense of purpose. He also enjoyed working with the local humane society facilitating adoptions through the mobile unit at planned community events. Glenn is a father of 3 daughters, two grandchildren and one lucky dog named Frankie.
Glenn brings experience and skills to each and every Veteran at Fort Freedom on a day to day basis. He also provides virtual therapy sessions and education to Veterans and their loved ones through Fort Freedom’s program, The Five.