Our staff supports the participation of our individuals in activities such as shopping, banking, public transportation, hygiene, cleaning, using library services, parenting education, drug, and alcohol addiction, application, resume, interview processes, and volunteering in their community while building towards futures of greater independence.
Marvina Thomas, who is a former registered nurse, is the Founder and Owner of Trinity Care Services. She moved to the Phoenix area approximately 25 years ago from her home in Los Angeles, CA and began her mission in being a ministry of health. Marvina has been helping the homeless via her group homes, Start Living Inc. since 2003 and decided to go further in her ministry by opening Trinity Care Services, in 2019, to further help the homeless and those battling substance abuse and other behavioral health issues. She strives to help men and women get off the streets and off deadly substances and prides herself in not only helping individuals gain and maintain their sobriety, but helping them with job placement and other skills to assist them in re-entering society as sober and functional citizens.
LeKeshia Mathis, is a native of North Carolina, who relocated and joined the Trinity family in July of 2020. She is an ally of the LGBTQ+ community and has been working in the behavioral health and social work field since 2013. She obtained her Bachelor’s in Social Work from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and her Master’s in Social Work from the University of New England. Following this, she obtained her Master’s in Psychology with a specialization in Applied Behavioral Analysis from Capella University.Mrs. Mathis has worked 6 years in the Child Protective Service field as a lead investigator, worked 2 years as a Director of Day Treatment for Children and Adolescents, and has been serving as a Clinical Supervisor and/or Behavioral Health Consultant, since 2020, for multiple companies. Currently she is working towards her
As the Administrator of Trinity Care Services, Mrs. Mathis works to create programs and outreach to provide mental health services to the community. She is dedicated to partnering with other mental health professionals to develop and implement programs for the public, as well as creating avenues of access so that individuals can benefit from the services that are available, which includes evaluating community needs in order to create applicable services for that community. Along with developing and implementing new services, she is also responsible for evaluating existing programs and resources. This includes reviewing demographic data and charting changes that are occurring. The strengths or weaknesses of facilities and outreach are considered, and in conjunction with case managers, she helps to enact changes that benefit the public.
Ms. Chowdhury obtained both her Master’s and Bachelor's Degrees of Science in Addiction Counseling from Ottawa University. She also holds an Associates in Paralegal with Distinction from Rio Salado College. Marcia has worked with all populations in her field to include: children, young adults, adults and seniors. Marcia’s career and diverse background bring a lot of experience to Trinity.
As the Clinical Supervisor at Trinity Care Services, Ms. Chowdhury is responsible for the oversight of the counselors and case mangers, as well as ensuring the developments and implementations of treatment plans and services. She enjoys working with the various populations and aiding individuals in overcoming their addictions and helping them re-enter into society as sober and functional member
Marcia has one child, is from California, and is currently learning how to paddleboard. She is compassionate about her love for people and thrives on helping others reach their true purpose in life and master their true potential in recovery.
Errol Horn, Trinity's facilitator of LifeSkills, believes in showing clients that respecting yourself is the first step toward understanding you deserve love, consideration, and opportunities like everyone else. Mr. Horn has been facilitating at Trinity for the past 9 months. He has spent over 15 years being an essential part in behavioral health/addiction/recovery and harkening from his personal life and incorporating cognitive psychology in his client's recovery. Mr. Horn, having majored in Psychology at the Alabama A&M University, came to Trinity with a desire to use A&Ms multivariate and categorical statistics, in a guided introduction to college like thinking for clients . Mr. Horn aspires to continue sharing his educational journey to teach clients to better operate with a life purpose. Mr. Horn is currently working on a bold enigmatic non-fiction novel that speaks about his life experiences in an attempt to show trauma is not a massive archive but something new and resonant. Mr. Horn believes in respecting yourself is the first step toward understanding you deserve love, consideration, and opportunities like everyone else.
Ashley Coleman is a Registered Nurse at Trinity Care Services. She is a proud military wife and a mother to a wonderful boy. She is an Arizona native and is no stranger to the desert. Ashley started her medical career by becoming a caregiver for medically fragile adults with health impairments and hospice clients. This sparked a passion within her to further her career and she then received her nursing degree in Washington State. Her first job as a registered nurse was in a cardiac unit caring for critical care patients. She then furthered her career and became a mother-baby nurse. One thing she found in common with both specialties was the need for mental health services. Ashley is ecstatic to embark on this journey at Trinity Care Services and further her knowledge in the behavioral health field.