Meet Your 2020 MATCP Board Nominees
Corey R. Moon was elected as the Prosecuting Attorney of Knox County in November of 2018. Prior to that he was the Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in Lewis County for three years. He has worked as an Associate Attorney with De Coster Law, LLC in Monticello and also at The Benson Law Firm, LLC in Kirksville. He graduated from Truman State University in 2011, earning a bachelor’s degree in both Justice Systems and Political Science. He earned his law degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2014. He currently serves the Missouri Bar as a member on the Young Lawyers’ Section Council, which encompasses 20 northeast Missouri counties. He is originally from Canton, Missouri, and has previously been a resident of Macon County. When he’s not working, he enjoys spending time with his family and his daughter, Bria.
Rick Strait works at Community Counseling Center as the Integrated Treatment for Co-occurring Disorders program manager and suicide prevention coordinator. He has twenty years’ experience working in the substance use disorder field. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor and certified addictions counselor. He is a member of the American Association of Suicidology serving on the impacted family committee. Rick is faculty for National Zero Suicide Academy and a member of the Missouri Suicide Prevention Network. He works as an adjunct professor for Central Methodist University, training future mental health professionals. He is involved in CIT in his region as a member of the council and provides training in suicide prevention. Rick serves as a board member of United Suicide Survivors International. Rick facilitates trainings on Medication Assisted Treatment for the Missouri Credentialing Board
Katie Doman has been the Treatment Court Administrator for the 19th Judicial Circuit in Cole County since June 2019 and oversees the Adult, Co-Occurring, Veteran and DWI treatment courts. Katie received a B.A. from Truman State University and has spent her entire career working in the criminal justice field. Katie worked at the Office of State Court Administrator (OSCA) in the Treatment Court Unit prior to becoming an administrator assisting treatment courts throughout the state with technical assistance, training, ensuring best practices and support for both established treatment court programs and courts implementing new programs. She was a juvenile officer for approximately 12 years prior to coming to OSCA. Katie serves on many local community and statewide boards including serving on the Missouri Recovery Network Board from 2014 to 2019. She currently serves on the MATCP Conference Planning Committee.
Clayton VanNurden is the Treatment Court Administrator for the Mental Health Court program, Veterans Treatment Court program, Co-Occurring Court program, and DWI Court program in Boone County. He began working for Boone County in June 2012, when he was the Treatment Court Administrator for the OnTrack Court program (a 120 day reentry program). Prior to working for Boone County, Clayton worked as a probation and parole officer where he had assignments working with Treatment Courts as well as regular caseload assignments. He worked as a field probation and parole officer from November 2004 - June 2012, and as an institutional probation and parole officer from December 2003 - November 2004. Clayton graduated with a BS in Psychology from the University of Missouri - Columbia in May 2003.