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Bill Dahlkamp Executive Director Support Dogs, Inc.


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Support Dogs, Inc. is the organization that provided Tbird her PTSD service dog Cinder. A wonderful organization.  Bill has been with Support Dogs, Inc. since April 1998. He came to Support Dogs, Inc. with a strong background in non-profit organizations, implementing workplace literacy programs for an adult education program in Springfield, IL, and working for Illinois Special Olympics at their state office in Normal, IL. Bill started as the education coordinator for Support Dogs and soon took on more responsibilities. Bill was named Executive Director in April 2010, after spending five years as the Program Director. "I feel very fortunate and honored to be part of this amazing organization. It is wonderful to meet and work with our volunteers and clients daily, seeing how their involvement with the organization improves and enriches their lives. There have been so many rewarding experiences for me thus far and I look forward to many more in the future." Bill’s canine family currently includes German Shepherd Morgan, who helps socialize the advanced training dogs to a breed other than another Labrador or Golden retriever. 

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