Washington state counselor April Ann Stewart tested positive for meth and marijuana

December 26, 2012

On July 27, 2012, the Washington State Department of Health (DoH) suspended indefinitely the license of counselor April Ann Stewart for unprofessional conduct. Specifically, the DoH’s document states that in August 2011, while employed as a mental health specialist at a Pierce County mental health agency, Stewart tested positive for methamphetamine and marijuana. Further, in November 2011, the Department of Social and Health Services entered findings that Stewart had neglected a vulnerable adult who resided with her. The DoH issued a statement of charges to Stewart, who failed to respond.


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