Glenn Sime, Jr.
Glenn Sime, Jr. MSW, CAP, IC/RC, CAMS II, CCTS-A, 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 in Human Services with a specialty in addiction services at Indian River State College. He graduated Summa Cum Laude. After his undergraduate programming, Glenn became a Certified Addiction Professional (CAP). Continuing his pursuit to better assist others he completed CAMS II, a certified anger management certification and a CCTS-A, a certified clinical trauma specialist- addiction. 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 spent time volunteering with the Florida Department of Corrections helping to guide ex-offenders toward a newfound sense of purpose. He also spent 3 years 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.