Jeff Helton, LPC-MHSP
Jeff Helton, LPC-MHSP
Director of Crisis Services
Coleman “Jeff” Helton is the Director of Crisis Services for Quinco Community Mental Health Center, Inc. based in Bolivar, Tennessee. Jeff oversees the day-to-day operations of mobile crisis team which serves Chester, Decatur, Hardeman, Hardin, and McNairy Counties.
Quinco Mental Helath Center
While under Jeff’s supervision, Quinco’s crisis program has been recognized on numerous occasions for the exceptional work of its crisis responders and their early adoption of technology aid in meeting the needs of the population they serve.
Jeff has worked in the mental health and substance use field for over 27 years. Nineteen of those years have been with Quinco MHC. During his tenure at Quinco MHC, Jeff has served as an outpatient therapist, crisis responder, and the Clinic Director at Quinco’s Hardin County clinic.
In addition to serving as the Director of Crisis Service, he also supervises two adolescent day treatment programs, the school counseling program at Hardin County High School, and provides administrative oversight one of Quinco’s Peer Support Centers. Jeff started out his professional career as a case manager/crisis responder in North Mississippi.From there he went on to complete his Master degree and worked as a day treatment school therapist and prior to joining the Quinco MHC family he served as the director of a 28 day alcohol and drug dependence recovery facility.
Jeff and his wife Pansy live just south of Pickwick, Tennessee and have three adult children. Jeff is an avid motorcycle enthusiast. He enjoys traveling and most notably attending the Annual Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota.
Sheriff Monte Belew
Sheriff Monte Belew brings over twenty years of law enforcement experience to the Henry County Sheriff’s Office. He began his career with the Henry County Sheriff’s Office under Sheriff Tom Jenkins as a jailer / dispatcher. After graduating from the University of Tennessee Martin with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice, he was hired as a patrolman for the Jackson, Tennessee Police Department. After serving three years at the Jackson Police Department, Sheriff Belew was then hired by the Tennessee Highway Patrol. After completing their six-month training academy, Sheriff Belew was stationed in Jackson, Tennessee. Eventually he was allowed to transfer to Henry County Patrol and worked part time with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency as a boating officer, patrolling and enforcing laws on Kentucky Lake. Sheriff Belew graduated from the FBI National Academy in 2011 and also was a graduate of the National Sheriff’s Association Executive Leadership Academy.