Fleming-Fuller is currently employed at New Center Community Services as Director of Programs. In this capacity she is responsible for all programs and service operations to ensure optimal service delivery, business growth, and revenue sustainability. As director of operations for The Children's Center of Wayne County, she was responsible for developing and expanding organizational programming, systems and processes that supported clinical infrastructure and building collaborative networks with other systems of care and community partners. Some of her endeavors include establishing a partnership with St. John Providence School-Based Health Centers to expand the organization's service base, fostering an enhanced partnership with Advantage Health Centers to facilitate integrated health services for clients and families receiving behavioral health services at The Children's Center, and development and implementation of a co-located clinic to facilitate integrated health services for patients at Children's Hospital of Michigan Specialty clinic.
Fleming-Fuller works diligently toward reducing stigma attached to mental health. She is a strong advocate of integrated health services, believing that it is an innovative means of providing access to mental health services for individuals who otherwise may not seek such services. She pioneered a telemedicine integrated health project while at New Center Community Servicesfacilitating behavioral health services within a primary health care setting to address high acuity patients and decrease emergency psychiatric hospitalizations. Fleming-Fuller served as chair of the Training Workgroup with Detroit-Wayne Health Authority and led the Planning Committee for the 2011 Integration of Primary Care and Behavioral Health in Detroit/Wayne County Area conference. She was also a presenter at the conference, focusing on Opportunities and Challenges.
Additionally, Fleming-Fuller serves as a team leader with Council on Accreditation (COA), a board member for Christ Arms Reaching Everywhere (C.A.R.E.), professor of at Wayne State University Department of Social Work, and has established Fleming & Associates, a private practice and consulting business focusing on behavioral health training and organizational and staff development.