Noble Shaver
Chief Clinical Officer (Substance Use Disorders)

Noble Shaver Jr. currently serves as the Chief Clinical Officer for FCC Behavioral Health’s Substance Use Disorders and Housing Services.

  For 18 years, Noble has demonstrated leadership, strategic vision, and advocacy in various roles with FCC Behavioral Health. In addition to his role as Chief Clinical Officer, Noble also holds the following additional professional positions:
Member of the Missouri Coalition for Community Mental Health Center's serving on Substance Use Disorder Committee and the Children's Committee; also serves on Adolescent Comprehensive Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Committee at the state level, and DOC Liason. Noble has also been an active volunteer for the Kennett Fire/Rescue for 16 yeras.
  Since 2000, Noble has worked in various capacities within FCC including; Director of Youth CPR services, Adolescent CSTAR services, Director of Poplar Bluff Comprehensive psychiatric services, Director of Stapleton Center in Hayti. During his career, Noble has served on numerous state-wide workgroups, committees, and councils. Noble is an active member with several professional associations such as:  National Board for Certified Counselor’s and American Counseling Association.
  Noble earned his Master of Arts in Community Counseling at Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau. Noble is a Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP-2005) and a Qualified Addiction Professional (QAP-2005). He holds clinical certifications from the Missouri Credentialing Board as a Certified Reciprocal Alcohol Drug Counselor (CRADC-2004), Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC-2008), and is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC-2006). Noble is also a certified Substance Use Disorder Supervisor (Cert 511-2008) through the Missouri Credentialing Board and is a licensed and bonded Notary Public (2014).
  Noble maintains his leadership and clinical competencies through active participation in a variety of regional, state and national seminars and conferences related to issues facing behavioral healthcare now and in the future.