Jail Alternatives/Misdemeanor Probation Management

Amanda Green : Beta Jail Alternatives Supervisor

Amanda Green, Beta Jail Alternatives Supervisor

Amanda Green began working at Alternatives, Inc. in March of 2008 as a Client Advisor. In June, 2008 she was promoted to Alcohol and Drug Treatment Case Manager at Passages. Amanda left Alternatives, Inc. to work for the Yellowstone Clerk of District Court and then Montana State University Billings where she was involved in student affairs and academic affairs. In September, 2014 Amanda returned to Alternatives, Inc. as the Beta Jail Alternatives Supervisor. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Montana State University and a Master of Science in Public Relations from Montana State University Billings.

Adeia Thompson : Beta Program Assistant

Adeia Thompson, Beta Program Assistant

Adeia Thompson began working at Alternatives, Inc. in November of 2002 in the records department. In March, 2003 she was hired as the Beta Records Manager. Since then she has held multiple positions at Beta Jail Alternatives ranging from Records to Jail Alternatives Manager. Adeia also assisted in the development of Alternatives, Inc.'s Total Offender Management database system. In October, 2010 Adeia was promoted to the Beta Program Assistant. She graduated in May, 2002 from Bennington College in Vermont but is a native of Montana.

Elizabeth Cox : Stillwater Alternatives Manager

Elizabeth Cox, Stillwater Alternatives Manager

Elizabeth Cox began her career with Alternatives, Inc. in the Stillwater Satellite office in December of 2010. She previously worked for the Stillwater County Justice Court as Court Clerk for 2 years. Prior to that, she was employed at Stillwater Abstract & Title Company researching court records. Before moving to Montana, employment included working in all aspects of accounting for more than 25 years.

Lindsey Olsen : Carbon Alternatives Manager

Lindsey Olsen, Carbon Alternatives Manager

Lindsey began managing the Carbon Alternatives office in Red Lodge, Montana in March of 2016.  She has six years of combined experience working in the chemical dependency field while previously working at an inpatient treatment center before working at Alternatives.  Some of her previous work experience includes: managing the ACT program, being a member of the DUI Task Force, facilitating outpatient groups, providing lectures on drug and alcohol relapse prevention, and completing chemical dependency evaluations.  She received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Montana State University - Billings and is currently working on her degree in nursing.