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The OAAP confidential general phone line is 503-226-1057 or 800-321-OAAP. Our individual contact information is listed below.  The OAAP is completely confidential.

OAAP ATTORNEY COUNSELORS

Shari R. Gregory, LCSW, JD
Attorney Counselor/Assistant Director
503-226-1057 or 800-321-OAAP ext. 14
Email: sharig@oaap.org

Kyra M. Hazilla, JD, LCSW
Attorney Counselor
503-226-1057 or 800-321-OAAP ext. 13
Email: kyrah@oaap.org

Mike Long, JD, LCSW, CEAP
Attorney Counselor
503-226-1057 or 800-321-OAAP ext. 11
Email: mikel@oaap.org

Douglas S. Querin, JD, LPC, CADC I
Attorney Counselor
503-226-1057 or 800-321-OAAP ext. 12
Email: douglasq@oaap.org

Bryan R. Welch, JD, CADC I
Attorney Counselor
503-226-1057 or 800-321-OAAP ext. 19
Email: bryanw@oaap.org

OAAP EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Barbara S. Fishleder, JD, BBA
Executive Director
503-684-7425 Email: barbaraf@oaap.org

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OAAP ATTORNEY COUNSELORS

Shari R. Gregory, LCSW, JD, is the assistant director and an attorney counselor at the Oregon Attorney Assistance Program. She is a graduate of Wurzweiler School of Social Work (MSW 1987) and Rutgers School of Law (JD 1992). Ms. Gregory received her Certificate of Business Management from Portland State University (2003) and her license in clinical social work (LCSW 2010). She is experienced in career and life transition counseling; relationship counseling; mental health counseling; crisis intervention; stress management; organizational challenges; and alcohol/drug and addiction counseling. She worked as a criminal defense attorney prior to coming to the OAAP in 1999.

Direct Line: 503-226-1057 or 800-321-OAAP, extension 14
Email: sharig@oaap.org

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Kyra M. Hazilla, JD, LCSW, is a 2006 graduate of the University of Michigan Law School (JD) and School of Social Work (MSW). She was a public defender practicing juvenile law for most of her legal career and also worked as a contract attorney in the areas of personal injury law and civil rights law before joining the OAAP staff in 2014. Her counseling experience includes crisis intervention; working with victims of sexual assault; drug, alcohol, and substance use counseling; mental health counseling; and helping domestic violence survivors and their children. Ms. Hazilla was raised by a family member in recovery.

Direct Line: 503-226-1057 or 800-321-OAAP, extension 13
Email: kyrah@oaap.org

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Mike Long, JD, LCSW, CEAP, is a graduate of Hastings College of Law, San Francisco, California (JD 1983) and Portland State University (MSW 1991). He was in private legal practice in Portland between 1985 and 1990. Mr. Long worked in alcohol and drug residential treatment from 1990 to 1991 and as a therapist and crisis counselor from 1991 to 1993 before joining the OAAP staff in 1994. He is a Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP) and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). He is also a coauthor of Lawyers at Midlife: Laying the Groundwork for the Road Ahead (Decision Books, Seattle: 2008).

Direct Line: 503-226-1057 or 800-321-OAAP, extension 11
Email: mikel@oaap.org

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Douglas S. Querin, JD, LPC, CADC I, is a graduate of the University of Oregon (JD 1971) and George Fox University (MA in Counseling 2006). He was in the private practice of law in Portland for over 25 years, working as a trial lawyer in state and federal courts throughout the Pacific Northwest. In recovery since 2002, Mr. Querin joined the OAAP staff in 2006. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC I). Mr. Querin is the 2008 and 2013 recipient of the Oregon Counseling Association Distinguished Service Award.

Direct Line: 503-226-1057 or 800-321-OAAP, extension 12
Email: douglasq@oaap.org

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Bryan R. Welch, JD, CADC I, is a graduate of Northwestern School of Law at Lewis and Clark College (JD 2003) and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC I). Prior to joining the OAAP staff in 2015, he was in the private practice of law for 12 years, primarily in family law and family mediation. In addition to his work at the OAAP, his experience includes providing drug and alcohol counseling services for a court-mandated DUII treatment program and for a local non-profit working with people impacted by homelessness, poverty, and addiction. He has been in recovery since 2001, and has been actively involved in the recovery community, including the OAAP, since 2001.

Direct Line: 503-226-1057 or 800-321-OAAP, extension 19
Email: bryanw@oaap.org

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OAAP EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Barbara S. Fishleder is a graduate of John Marshall Law School (JD 1978) and the University of Michigan School of Business (BBA 1975). She was in private practice from 1979-1986 and a Professional Liability Fund claims attorney from 1986-1989. She joined the staff of the Oregon Attorney Assistance Program in 1989, where she serves as OAAP Executive Director. She is a founding member of the Oregon Lawyer Assistance Foundation (OLAF) and continues to serve on its board of directors.

Direct Line: 503-684-7425                                                                
Email: barbaraf@oaap.org

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