Special Announcement – New Administrator for C-M-P MH/DS!
Dear Friends and Colleagues of C-M-P MH/DS:
On behalf of Carbon-Monroe-Pike Mental Health and Developmental Services (C-M-P MH/DS), I am proud to announce the appointment of Tina L. Clymer, MS, LPC, to Administrator, effective immediately. We received a rich pool of applicants and are confident that Tina’s experience, knowledge, and integrity are a great match to advance our mission and vision.
Tina has been with C-M-P MH/DS for 20 years, having served the last 10 years as Deputy Mental Health Administrator. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Master’s Degree in Community Counseling, in addition to holding several certifications including Crisis Intervention; Mental Health First Aid (Adults, Youth, and Law Enforcement); and Question-Persuade-Refer (QPR) Suicide Prevention.
If you have not yet had the pleasure of meeting or working with Tina, you will find her to be a visionary leader who is passionate and dedicated with extraordinary knowledge of the behavioral health system which is evident by her ability to effect change and develop solutions. She has made tremendous advancements in the Mental Health Department with reorganizations, streamlining operations, and creating a platform for future expansions, including the current Forensic Program at C-M-P MH/DS. She is a strong team player and extraordinary consumer advocate who fosters positive discussion while bringing out the best in others. She is greatly respected and admired by her colleagues, peers, and staff.
I hope you will join with our staff and Board of Directors in congratulating Tina on her advancement to C-M-P MH/DS Administrator. You may reach Tina at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 570-420-1900, extension 3322.
Mary Fisher O’Brien, Administrative Assistant, Carbon-Monroe-Pike MH/DS
Carbon, Monroe, and Pike Counties
Carbon, Monroe, and Pike counties operate a mental health and developmental services program with offices in each county. If you have a need for such services, or know someone who does, you may contact us by email, telephone, or by visiting one of our offices.
Promote an environment where all community members receive the supports they need to be self-sufficient and to maintain quality of life in a community that fosters acceptance and embraces recovery.
Facilitate access to quality behavioral health and developmental services that empower individuals and families on their journey toward independence and wellness.