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MSW, Master’s of Social Work, Boston College
Edward G. Jacoubs MSW is currently employed by the Plymouth County District Attorney office as the Director of Grants and Sponsored Projects having been in this position since 1998. He is responsible for grant writing and administration, as well as community education and special projects having administered over 14 million dollars in grant funding since 2000. Prior to working at the District Attorney’s Office he was a Probation Officer for 13 years at the Brockton District Court, supervising juvenile offenders and mental health adults. He also served seven years as the Director of a DYS detention center. He holds a Master’s degree of Clinical Social Work from Boston College and has 42 years’ experience in the juvenile justice and forensic mental health field. He completed his clinical training at McLean Hospital (a Harvard Medical School affiliate) with his concentration on addictions and adolescent behavioral health. He serves on the faculty at Bridgewater State University, Curry College and Stonehill College all located in Massachusetts.
Mr. Jacoubs has presented at numerous local and statewide conferences, his national speaking engagements are as follows:
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