Jennifer Chambliss, Site Support Supervisor
Jennifer is one of Spectrum Healthcare’s Site Support Supervisors, overseeing and coordinating Medical Assistants and Patient Care Technician for both Primary Care and Psychiatry. Raised in the Verde Valley, Jennifer is EMT certified and has worked in healthcare for the past six years. She loves her job, because she is an organized and efficient problem solver and loves helping patients and staff alike.
Jody Marion, Adult Clinical Supervisor
Jody is the Adult Clinical Program Supervisor for the Behavioral Health Workers, Vocational Rehabilitation Coordinator and Recovery Specialist teams. Jody is also the Manager of Spectrum’s owned independent housing complex for up to 11 seriously mentally ill members. Jody has over twenty five years combined experience with co-occurring psychiatric and substance abuse disorders having worked for the Arizona Division of Behavioral Health, Arizona State Hospital and other regional behavioral health authorities within Arizona before joining VVGC now Spectrum Healthcare in 1995. Jody has served on the team for organizational improvement and in addition to being case manager for the seriously mentally ill she was also the adult hospital and jail liaison prior to becoming a program supervisor December 2013. In 2007 and 2010 Jody was named employee of the year based on agency involvement and performance. Jody is a native Arizonan and is well versed area resources and systems
Debi Pomeroy-HIPAA Compliance, Safety and Security Officer/Medical Records Supervisor
Debi is the HIPAA Privacy and Security Officer at Spectrum Healthcare with responsibility for Compliance, Safety and Security at multiple locations as well as overseeing management of medical records. Debi holds her Privacy Certification since 2013 and provides privacy and security training to staff. Debi was named Employee of the Year in 2001 and has been with the agency for 22 years.
Rob Petsche-Children’s Program Director
Rob moved to the Verde Valley from Iowa in April 2013. With a Master’s Degree in Counseling, Rob has worked in schools, residential, in-home and private practice, during which he has supervised staffs of up to 48 employees. He is married with 3 children, and is a die-hard sports fan of Chicago Cubs, Bears and Bulls, but is quickly adopting Phoenix teams into his list of favorites. Rob is passionate about working with children of all ages to help them attain a path of safety and success.
Eleanor Sade-Program Director for Chemical Dependency Residential program (Woman’s World)
Eleanor’s career started in 1982 working for the military where she served as a US Marine, working as an engineer and a career planner. In 1993 she transferred to the Reserves and became a full time behavioral health counselor at Castle Medical Center in Hawaii, gaining experience working with co-occurring disorders, substance use disorders, crisis management and care management. In 1998 she received General Colin Powell’s America’s Promise to Youth grant where she worked with rural youth in a grassroots effort to promote healthy living skills through school and community prevention programs, which led her to Arizona Children’s Association where she worked as a therapist and as a program supervisor spear-heading the opening and management of a rural behavioral health clinic that provided counseling services, Child and Family Team meetings, case management as well as respite services. An opportunity to return to Hawaii came in the form of employment with the Department of Defense where she worked once again with the Marines as an education counselor, then in family programming with the Navy, and finally with Homeland Security (Coast Guard). She retired from government service in 2014 and in December 2014 was hired as the Program Director for Chemical Dependency Residential program (Woman’s World). Her master’s degree is in Counseling Psychology from Chaminade University in Honolulu with an emphasis in Marriage and Family therapy. She is a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor in Arizona, currently working on completing her doctorate in Counseling, Education and Supervision with an emphasis in Trauma and Crisis.
Bonelle Woodard. Site Support Supervisor
Bonelle moved to Arizona from the Midwest in 2003, where he had worked with mentally disabled adults in group homes. She joined the Spectrum Healthcare Team in 2009 and after assisting thePsychiatric Team with coordination of care and scheduling, she now serves as one of Spectrum Healthcare’s Site Support Supervisors. Bonelle is happily married and when not at work, can be found coaching her daughter’s soccer team.