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COMPACT Hires Administrator

Brian Page will allow Jay Mooney to focus on executive director role.

Assemblies of God COMPACT Family Services has hired a new administrator for its operations based at the Hillcrest campus in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Brian J. Page is the agency’s new Arkansas administrator, in charge of overseeing operations of COMPACT’s Hillcrest Children’s Home and Highlands Maternity Home. Programs offered include residential, residential treatment, respite, maternity, transitional living, and foster care, as well as adoption services.

Page, who begins his duties July 10, will serve directly under the leadership of the agency’s executive director. For the past five years, Jay Mooney has served as both the agency’s administrator and executive director. Because the agency has more than doubled its services and population on mission with a national service trajectory, Page’s appointment will allow Mooney to focus more on executive duties.

Originally from Bentonville, Arkansas, Page earned a Bachelor of Social Work from Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri, and a Master of Social Work from Missouri State University. Most recently, Page served as the psychological health coordinator for the Missouri Army National Guard. He holds several specializations in mental health, counseling, trauma-informed treatment, and suicide intervention. Page, who served a one-year deployment as a U.S. Army captain in Kuwait, also is commanding officer of the 206th Area Support Medical Company of the Missouri Army National Guard.

Page is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). He has a daughter and a son. He previously served as a relief houseparent at Hillcrest Children’s Home, social services director with Pleasant Hills Children’s Home, and professional counselor in education and military contexts.

“Brian’s outstanding character, experienced training, and proven leadership is a great combination for COMPACT at this strategic time of growth,” Mooney says.

“We are confident that Brian’s addition is a timely team fit as this agency broadens to better serve and empower its mission and the Church to redeem the fatherless and family through compassionate action,” says AG General Treasurer Doug Clay, COMPACT board chairman.

Starting July 1, COMPACT will establish two divisions of social services due to program growth and added foster care placement services in Arkansas. LaDana Pate will serve as director of Residential Services and Johan Mostert will initiate new Community Services that will include foster care and adoption services.