Dr. Randy David Hassen
Chicago Health Care Services Executive Randy Hassen
About Dr. Randy David Hassen
With a passion for helping people overcome psychological issues, Dr. Randy David Hassen developed strategic business plans and engaged with investors to build a full-scale treatment center. Today, as executive director of the Caring for Everyone Treatment and Recovery Center, Inc., Dr. Randy David Hassen oversees the recruitment of a host of veteran professionals, including physicians, program supervisors, and case managers.
Prior to establishing his own center, Dr. Randy David Hassen served as a vocational rehabilitation therapist and treatment program developer with The Safer Foundation, which operates through Chicago’s Department of Environment. He provided mental health and substance abuse counseling in group and individual settings and ensured that Greencorps Program clients received appropriate care. His efforts developing innovative treatment programs and increasing patient compliance levels earned him Employee of the Year recognition in 2010 and 2011.
Hassen pursued his bachelor’s degree in biology at Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois, and completed his doctor of medicine at New York Medical College in Valhalla.
2015 - A Very Busy Year for the American Red Cross
Longtime health and wellness professional Dr. Randy Hassen operates in the Midwest region as an independent business owner with Qivana, LLC, a company that brings natural health products to customers nationwide. Outside of his professional pursuits, Dr. Randy Hassen supports several nonprofit groups, including the American Red Cross.
According to a press release from the organization, the American Red Cross has thus far responded to 176 large U.S. disasters in 2015, making it one of the busiest response years in recent history. Included among the disasters are wildfires in California, floods across Texas and South Carolina, and a typhoon on the island of Saipan. Combined, these disasters alone cost the Red Cross more than $30 million.
In addition to its domestic work, the Red Cross was very active internationally in 2015 and was a major player in the recovery efforts following the Nepal earthquake that struck the country in April. So far, the organization has provided more than 4.6 million liters of clean water and over 70,000 cash grants to Nepalese families.
To support the Red Cross’ work at home or abroad, visit www.redcross.org.