OFCC Staff Members


Jason Moore
D.Min., LPC

Executive Director

Jason Moore serves as the Executive Director after beginning his tenure at Oaks as a counseling intern. He recently completed his master's degree in clinical mental health counseling from Cleveland State University (CSU) and is also certified in suicide prevention and mediation. Prior to his internship at Oaks, he held various administrative positions at CSU for 10 years while also teaching as an adjunct instructor at Tri-C. A lifelong learner, Jason also holds a doctor of ministry degree from Carolina University.


In addition to his role as Executive Director, Jason's clinical concentrations are anxiety, depression, and family counseling. He is a resident of the Greater Cleveland area, and is married with three children.

Our professional counselors are licensed through the state of Ohio. https://elicense.ohio.gov/ 


Stan Barlow

Community Liaison; Maintenance; IT Support

Coming soon!


Jimi Rizner 


Jimi is a counselor who completed his Master's Degree in Christian Counseling from Grand Canyon University. His undergraduate education was a BA in Christian Studies. He was baptized in the name of Christ at Willowcreek Community Church of Barrington, IL in 2009. He has 33 years experience working with those recovering from substance abuse disorders and his approach is faith-inspired therapy. His walk in life has also given him important tools that he uses to help clients make positive changes.


The family structure and sanctity of life are important to Jimi and he has been blessed to be both a father and grandfather. He leads a purpose driven life and believes that Christ has directed him to provide hope to the hopeless. In addition to counseling individuals and families, Jimi also facilitates therapeutic family visits with Oaks’ supervised visitation program.



Betty Barlow

Clinical Director

Betty is a Licensed Counselor with Supervisory Status. She has experience as a Medina County social worker, a Residential Therapeutic Counselor, and has served as Director of Abuse Recovery at Akron Pregnancy Center. Her greatest growth has come from being a parent to her 3 children, as well as serving as a foster and adoptive parent. Betty has used her home, her counseling experience, and her God-given gifts to minister to hurting women, meeting their physical, spiritual and emotional needs.


Betty and her husband, Stan, along with friends and family, founded Oaks Family Care Center in 1997. Since then, the center has served thousands of clients in Brunswick and beyond by providing counseling, educational classes, and material goods assistance.

Our professional counselors are licensed through the state of Ohio. https://elicense.ohio.gov/


Dawn Martin

Ministry & Volunteer Coordinator

I was raised in Brunswick and attended Brunswick High School. I have worked in many office positions over the years and have been retired from full time work for three years. I always wanted to be a volunteer but while raising two children as a single parent did not have much time outside the responsibilities of family and work. I started volunteering at Oaks Family Care Center two years ago and always enjoyed the loving and helpful atmosphere. The thing I love most about being a part of the Oaks Family is that we are faith-based and help those in need without any judgment, no matter the reason you come through our doors. 


When the Ministry Coordinator job became available I was pleased and honored to be offered the position of overseeing the volunteers and the different classes offered, the community service projects and working with the community.


Jessica Wolfal


Jessica is married to an amazing military husband & they have two beautiful young girls. She has been working in the mental health field on & off since 2008, primarily in residential treatment and case management. She took a break so that she could be a stay-at-home mom to their daughters. In the mean time, she pursued her master’s degree in counseling. She graduated in April 2020 and is very excited to have found a wonderful foundation and support team with Oaks Family Care Center. She greatly enjoys leading our girls’ group & working with families and individuals to cover a broad range of topics from self-esteem to trauma. 

Our professional counselors are licensed through the state of Ohio. https://elicense.ohio.gov/ 

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Sarah Hershey

Social Worker

Sarah Hershey has worked as a masters-level Licensed Social Worker since 2007. She has worked as a school-based mental health counselor in both Cuyahoga and Medina Counties. Also, Sarah has worked with children of all ages, parents, and teachers in the home, school, and community settings. Further, she has a passion for walking with others who are seeking hope and healing.


Sarah has been married to a kind and supportive husband since 2007, and they have a compassionate and funny son along with two adorable cats. 

Our professional staff are licensed through the state of Ohio. https://elicense.ohio.gov/

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Office Manager

Cindy Schauer

Cindy has been a resident of Brunswick for 30 years and loves our community.  She is married and has two adult children. She serves in the nursery at Polaris Christian Church where she has been attending for 20 years.  As a Mary Kay Beauty Consultant, she was invited to work with The Girls Got Swag group in Fall of 2019. As her servants heart has always wanted to find somewhere to volunteer, she felt God was calling her to Oaks to do just that.


Being part of Oaks was a big and welcome change for her, after being part of the corporate business world for 35 years.  She loves that  Oaks is a Christian based center and that we are here to help anyone who comes to us, without judgement.  Cindy has found helping people very rewarding and looks forward to utilizing past experiences and skills as she takes on her role as Office Manager.



Therapy Dog 

Riley is Betty Barlow's therapy dog. She has helped children and adults work through anxiety, stress. sadness, trauma and so much more. She is often seen around the office, but stays close to Betty because they are the best of friends. 

OFCC Board Members


Board Member

Stan Barlow

Introduction coming soon! 


Board Member

Deb Wilson-Bargar

Deb is a volunteer with the juvenile detention center, works young parents and pregnant women, and sits on the Oaks Family Care Center board. She become involved with Oaks at a time when her daughter was going through some personal challenges and then someone asked if Deb could help with some classes since she is a retired nurse.

She continues her path with Oaks because she loves being here. Deb feels that when you come through Oaks doors, it feels like a safe and loving environment and you feels the Lord's presence there. 


Board Member

Betty Barlow

Introduction coming soon! 


Board Member

Carolyn Zaverl

Introduction coming soon! 


Chair of the Board 

Tim Smith

Introduction coming soon! 


Vice Chair of the Board

Bob Wynne

Bob has been a huge supporter of Oaks Family Care Center and helps in any way that he can, including service on the Board of Directors. He has an appreciation for the efforts that Oaks makes to support healthy family life and in this spirit he chose to join the Oaks board. He has said that "Today, more than ever, it seems that families and individuals need support and encouragement," and he feels that Oaks has been on the forefront of that effort for over 20 years with no intent to retreat. 

In the Bible study "Experiencing God" the Blackabys wrote, "look around you to see what God is doing and join him in it." That may look different each person. Oaks' director, staff and volunteers seek to express God's grace and mercy as each unique situation presents in tself. Not all organizations approach the human experience with the intent to bring glory to God. That is Oaks at its core. 

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Board Member

Sandra Porter

Sandra has been on the board for Oaks since 2019. She came to Oaks for help in 2009 for help with her own blended family and children. The help Oaks provided was unmeasurable and she vowed that someday she would pay it forward. In 2018 when she had heard about the Families First Program being offered at Oaks, she felt God calling her to volunteer. Soon after joined our board. 

Sandra feels that the kindness, caring and compassion that Oaks shows to everyone who walks through their doors or calls for help is unlike anything else. The Oaks truly cares and lives out their mission on a daily and weekly basis. 


Board Treasurer

Jacob Davidson

Jacob was approached by Stan and Betty about Oaks Family Care Center and has since served as the treasurer. He delivers the financial reports during board meetings and acts as the go-to for legal questions. 

Jacob feels that Oaks is big enough to make a difference in people's lives and small enough to pivot to serve any community as they arise. Everyone from the top of the organization to the bottom is passionate and giving.


Board Member

Brenda Baer

Introduction coming soon!