Chemical dependency professional trainee Kaya Maraya Silkiss-Hero of Clallam County chose to not pursue further training in the program. An article in last week’s Sequim Gazette (“State revokes, suspends licenses,” page A-8) incorrectly asserted Silkiss-Hero failed to comply with program requirements. Silkiss-Hero says she plans to pursue employment with her chemical dependency professional training in the Washington State Healthcare Professionals and is in good standing with the state health department.
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