Leadership Team

Norwil (Noy) Frial-Lopez, Psy.D., MHS, CADC
Executive Director

Norwil (Noy) Frial-Lopez joined PEER Services in November 2022.  With a 25-year history of non-profit service, Noy brings a wealth of leadership and clinical experience in health and human services.  Most recently, he was the Chief Clinical Officer at Turning Point BHCC, a community mental health center in Skokie.  He was drawn to PEER’s vision of a community free from harmful cycles of trauma, substance use, and addiction and from the stigma and systemic barriers that reinforce them.

As a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and a Certified Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Counselor, Noy has dedicated his career working with underserved communities providing innovative programs and services in mental health, substance use, crisis stabilization, housing, education, and case management.

Noy received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Adler University in Chicago and his Master’s in Health Science from Governors State University.  He is a graduate of the National Council for Mental Wellbeing’s Executive Leadership Program.  When not at PEER, Noy enjoys traveling, eating, and having fun with family and friends.

Christine McCall, MSW, LCSW, CADC
Clinical Director

Christine McCall holds a Master’s of Social Work degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Social Work and is a licensed clinical social worker. She developed and oversees the Adult & Adolescent Treatment Intensive Outpatient Program and Aftercare Program at PEER Services, and also oversees PEER’s early intervention, individual and group counseling, medication-assisted treatment, and dual diagnosis programs. Christine is an experienced trainer and leads community presentations around substance use and mental health.  Prior to her work with PEER Services, Christine provided clinical case management and therapy to individuals with dual diagnoses in a supportive housing program in addition to linking them with stable housing opportunities in Chicago. 

Gretchen Igliori, MSW, LCSW
Medication-Assisted Treatment Services Coordinator

Gretchen Igliori is the Clinical Coordinator of the Joint Commission Accredited Adult Medication-Assisted Treatment Program at PEER Services. She is a licensed clinical social worker with more than 15 years of experience in the treatment of substance use disorders. Gretchen joined the PEER Services staff after working in areas which include domestic violence, grief and loss, HIV/AIDS care, homelessness and mental health. In addition to her Clinical Coordinator responsibilities, Gretchen manages intern recruitment and training for PEER Services highly successful MAT internship program. She has an undergraduate degree with a major in Sociology and minors in Women’s Studies and Public and Environmental Affairs from Indiana University, Bloomington. Gretchen has a master’s degree in Social work from Indiana University, Indianapolis

Jahmillia Frye, LPN
Nursing Supervisor

Jahmillia is the Nursing Supervisor on our team. In addition to overseeing the nurses and medication dispensing for our programs, she works closely with the Medication-Assisted Treatment team to help clients understand medication safety and how to address their health needs. Prior to PEER Services, Jahmillia was a Unit Manager for the Renaissance of South Shore. She has experience in creating detailed client care plans as well as working with clients facing mental health and developmental challenges. Jahmillia is a Licensed Practical Nurse and also holds certifications in Pulmonary Resuscitation and Direct Support Aide.

Erin Tegge, AM, LSW
Prevention Director

As the leader of PEER’s Prevention Program, Erin manages and collaborates with the prevention team, who work closely with the Evanston, New Trier Township and Glenview/Northbrook communities. She oversees implementation of best practices in prevention education and data collection and analysis of local trends in youth mental health and substance use. An expert in youth prevention, Erin regularly provides consultation and delivers presentations for youth, families, school staff, and community stakeholders.

Erin joined PEER in 2014 and has over 15 years of experience in substance use prevention and social work. She earned a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a Master’s in Social Service Administration (Social Work) from the University of Chicago.

Anthony Hunter, MA, LPC
Community Outreach Manager

Anthony oversees PEER’s treatment outreach programming, coordinates substance use treatment services with community partners, as well as builds relationships amongst community members. Anthony is also a clinician on the Adult and Adolescent team where he provides individual outpatient counseling and supports clients on their path to recovery.

Anthony joined Peer in 2020 and holds a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling, with a specialization in substance use counseling from Adler University and is a licensed professional counselor. Anthony strives to reduce client barriers in providing accessible treatment services, increasing substance use awareness and de-stigmatizing the disease of addiction. 

Brian Richards, MSW
Operations Director

Brian Richards is PEER’s Operations Manager and he holds a Master of Social Work with a specialization in Leadership in Developmental Social Services from Loyola University Chicago. He has 10 years of diverse managerial experience in social services, specifically with adults/adolescents with developmental and behavioral disabilities. Prior to working with PEER, Brian was a Program Supervisor for an ICF short-term care facility for disabled adults and minors located in Minnesota. He also held a Program Coordinator position for a community supportive living home, also located in Minnesota. In his experience he learned the importance of a client first approach from all facets within an organization. Brian brings this compassion and desire to assist the community and its individuals with the knowledge from past experiences to PEER.

Anne Levy Brown
Development Director

Anne is responsible for raising funds to support our prevention and treatment programs through individual giving, events and foundation and corporate grants. Prior to joining PEER Services, Anne spent twelve years supporting the launch of new public schools at the Illinois Network of Charter Schools, including development to community engagement and fundraising strategies. Previously, Anne served as a qualitative evaluation researcher and Boston Public Schools middle school teacher. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English and American literature from Brown University, where she also completed a teacher education program.