Geno Hampton is a co-founder of North/South Florida
Human Services, Inc. which opened in 2000. He has worked
in the Human Services field with integrity, loyalty and
commitment for over 20 years. His journey began in
Statesboro, Georgia at Willingway Hospital as a Nurse’s
Aide, working in inpatient, outpatient and extended care
facilities. In 1994, he actively participated in the
Minority Health Task Force in Georgia working towards
combating the HIV/AIDS epidemic. He was Program Manager
prior to relocating to Florida in 1996 and his career
has continued to excel in the field of Human Services.
He has received recognition for his outstanding service
as “Counselor Of The Year” in 1999 and developed
programs for other agencies around Jacksonville.
Mr. Hampton earned his Bachelor of Science degree in
Human Services at Springfield College, Springfield,
Massachusetts and has a Master of Science degree in
Leadership and Organizational Management from
Springfield College, Magana Cum Laude and Dean’s List.
He is National Certified Addiction Counselor (NCACII),
Certification Board, Certified Prevention Professional
(CPP) and Certified Health Professional (CMHP) Certified
Board for Addiction Professionals of Florida, and
Certified Criminal Justice Specialist (CCJS) from
American College of Certified Forensic Counselors.
Mr. Hampton is married to Sonya Hampton and the
father of four, Skye, Summer, Marcus and Geno Jr. He is
a member of Light of The World Christian Church where he
serves as President of the Deacon Board.
addition to his dedicated work with North/South Florida
Human Services, Inc., Mr. Hampton serves as Chairman of
Minority AIDS Coalition of Jacksonville, Inc., is a
member of The National Association of Black Social
Workers, he was nominated for The Professional of the
Year Award in 2000 by Florida Alcohol and Drug
Association (FADDA), and he was also acknowledged in The
Recovery Book By Al J. Mooney M.D.