Anthony Smith
Director of Housing Services

Biography
Anthony Smith is FCC Behavioral Health's Director of Housing and Employment Services, reporting directly to the Clinical Officer (Substance Use Disorders).

Anthony Continues to focus on strategies to increase safe, permanent and affordable housing opportunities, and end homelessness in Missouri. he is actively engaged in partnerships to impact community needs by addressing funding barriers and structural problems.

Anthony currently serves as the Southern Representative for the State of Missouri's Governor's Committee to End Homelessness and is actively involved with agencies such as the Missouri Employer Committee in Southeast Missouri, the Dunklin County Caring Council Inc., The Balance of State Continuum of Care, The Missouri Coalition for Behavioral Health's Cultural Competency Workgroup and the Dunklin County Missouri Re-Entry Program. He oversees the daily operation of FCC's Supportive Housing Program in four (4) rural counties in Southeast Missouri, the PATH emergecny housing program, the Butler County 811 facility for the homeless, South Pointe Apartments for the Special Needs and the Safehaven facility for chronically homeless and disabled individuals in Kennett, Missouri. In addition to the Housing Services, Anthony is the Supervisor for the IPS program, a supported employment model for women in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. 

He has obtained a Bachelor of Social Work and a Master's of Rehabilitation Administration and Services degree from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois.