Our Team: Leadership & Staff

Samantha Dyal

TeenHope Operations Specialist

The name Samantha means listener. Samantha, true to her name, is dedicated to genuinely hearing what young people say and what they do not say. She has had the privilege of working with youth as a state-certified secondary education teacher, a children’s ministry coordinator, and a youth pastor.

Samantha graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree from Charleston Southern University. She has a master’s in Biomedical Science and is currently pursuing her MD to become a child and adolescent psychiatrist. Samantha has a strong history of leadership including being the president of her pre-med club and her medical school’s APA-affiliated psychiatry group. Samantha’s greatest joy is being the mother of three active teenagers and supporting them in their individual interests

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Upcoming Programs & Events

2023 Ethics in Business AwardOctober 26

This year, Samaritan Center is partnering with Franklin & Marshall College to offer the event for free with nationally recognized speakers in the areas of ethics in business.

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2023 Silent Samaritan LuncheonNovember 3

The Silent Samaritans are an inspiring group of women helping women. The luncheon raises funds to support the needs of women in our community who seek counseling services at Samaritan but are unable to afford the full fee for services.

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