Amanda McDade, Executive Director is pleased to announce the appointment of Elizabeth Anderson as Clinical Director effective May 16, 2022.
This newly developed position will oversee the Behavioral Health and Care Coordination programs. Anderson commented “NWRC is continually looking into the communities we serve for gaps in healthcare services and ways we can help fill the gap. An example of this is the need for in-home substance treatment. I am excited to lead a dedicated and knowledgeable team to continue developing this innovative new program and looking forward to implementation. This program will remove barriers and increase access for in-home education and provide treatment options.”
Anderson received a B.A. in Business Administration from Western Washington University, a Master of Arts in Counseling from Seton Hall University and is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. She has been working with NWRC since 2014 as a Care Coordinator and then Health and Human Services Planner. During this time, she focused on providing individualized healthcare navigation, crisis intervention, program development, implementation, and monitoring program success. In addition, she helped develop the strategic plan for the agency.
Since 1971, Northwest Regional Council has been helping seniors, people with complex medical conditions, and their families obtain resources and assistance that promote optimal health, well-being, independence to improve quality of life in Island, San Juan, Skagit, and Whatcom Counties. For more information, nwrcwa.org