Henry Contreras has been a Social Worker for 6 years and has been in the healthcare industry for over 20 years. His career extends from being in The United States Navy and Serving as an
Independent Duty Corpsman (IDC) with First Marine Division in Camp Pendleton California.
He believes that every single life matters, so he ensures that every day he handles his job with
great careful attention, especially when it comes to his residents.
He has his Bachelor’s in Psychology from Chapman University in Orange California and a Master’s of Social Work from The University of Southern California (USC). He is currently an MSW with an emphasis on geriatrics and military veterans.
When he is not taking care of residents, he likes to go hiking, swim, watch movies, and enjoy everyday life in the beautiful state of Washington. He also enjoys spending time with his three Sphynx cats that he likes to share with his residents. He also uses his spare time to volunteer with local agencies in Woodland Washington to make his community better.