Division Director, Justice for Vets
Scott Tirocchi, M.A., M.S., L.P.C served in the US Army Reserves and the Rhode Island Army National Guard for twenty-one years; his occupational specialty was a 31A (military police officer). While deployed to Afghanistan in 2003-2004, he served as Commander for the training and doctrine component of Training Assistance Group II to the Afghan National Army. Scott is a licensed behavioral health clinician and has an employment background rooted in treatment and criminal justice. Before his current role, he was employed with the RI Judiciary, serving in a dual capacity as Deputy Director for their District Court’s Pretrial Services Unit and program coordinator for their veterans treatment court. He has served as a behavioral health clinician in jail, prison, hospital settings, and various community behavioral health agencies located in Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. He has a Master of Arts in Human Development and a Master of Science in Human Services.