Our dedicated team is changing lives with hope and health.
Oversight of all financial dimensions of the organization as well as human resources. Oversees community health programs and non-clinical staff.
Cecily Rouse Timmons
Director of Operations and External Relations
Oversight of fundraising, communications, volunteer programs, events, and community relations.
Andrés Ruiz, LCSWA
Licensed Clinical Social Worker - Detention Center
Conducts clinical mental health and substance use assessments and provides case management and therapy services to inmates at the Henderson County Detention Center.
Emily Shock Laws
Patient Health Advocate
Assists vulnerable patients in addressing barriers to health such as food, transportation, and housing. Engages patients as advocates in their own goals, health, and fullness of living.
Assists management team with administrative support, especially with fundraising and publicity, maintenance of donor database, and grant assistance.
828697-8422 ext. 134
Medical Receptionist (Bilingual)
Oversees reception area, maintains/orders office supplies, works with the electronic medical record system, and supervises reception volunteers.
Jason Taylor, RN
Clinical Case Manager
Leads medical clinic and community care management program. Provides clinical case management for patients of medical clinic as well as referrals from healthcare partners through the community case management program.
Julie Sabin, BSN, RN
Bridges to Health Case Manager
Leads innovative Bridges to Health Program for most vulnerable patients. Provides intensive, clinical case management.
Lisa Royals, BSN, RN
Psychiatric Case Manager
Leads psychiatric clinic. Provides clinical case management for patients of behavioral health clinic as well as referrals from healthcare partners
Melissa Stillwell, BSN, RN
Diabetes Case Manager
Leads diabetic program. Provides clinical case management and patient education.
Patient Health Advocate - Detention Center
Assists vulnerable patients at Henderson County Detention Center in addressing barriers to health such as food, transportation, and housing, and connecting detained and recently released persons with clinical and behavioral health care resources. Engages patients as advocates in their own goals, health, and fullness of living.
DIRECT PHONE: 828-694-2824