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Stacy Alvey

Mental Health Coordinator
Stacy Alvey is the Coordinator of Mental Health Services for the Antelope Valley Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA). She received her Master's in Social Work in 1997 from the University of Southern California, taking a position with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (DMH) as a psychiatric social worker, and became licensed as a Clinical Social Worker in 2003. She provided a broad range of mental health services in this position and served as the Transitional Youth Coordinator in her DMH service area. Stacy obtained a credential in School Psychology in 2006 from California State University, San Bernardino, and worked for six years as a district school psychologist prior to becoming the Mental Health Coordinator for the SELPA in 2012, where she provides support and training in the areas of mental health and behavior. She serves on a regional training committee, which developed a regional positive behavior intervention handbook and trains staff in the use of behavior intervention. Additionally, she currently serves as the Greater Los Angeles Area SELPAs (GLAAS) AB114 Transition Task Force Co-Chair. She has been a PENT Cadre member since 2013 and is a PENT Cadre Lead member. Stacy is a certified trainer for Key2Ed as well as a certified mediator.