Our Staff and Board Members
Therese has lived in Bridgton for 10 years. She is retired from careers in nursing and social work focusing on behavioral health and homelessness. Her additional volunteer activities include the Rufus Porter Museum, Rotary, Southern Maine Agency on Aging, Bridgton Recycling Committee and Friends of the Bridgton Public Library.
Linda is a retired educator who has worked with adults and children with special needs. She was the Wisconsin state Director of the oldest worldwide human relations organization. Her previous Board experience includes Horizon House in Milwaukee, a residential house for women in recovery or recently released from prison. Linda has supported her son's journey from addiction to recovery. Seven years ago, Linda moved to Bridgton.
Chief, Bridgton Police Department
Why I serve: Substance use disorder is a community problem and we need a community approach. There are too many factors leading to this crisis for one person or agency to resolve. We need to work together to find solutions.
Charlotte is a Maine Native currently working at Key Bank in Bridgton. In her spare time she enjoys all things outdoors: hiking, camping, hunting, kayaking and fishing. She volunteers with the Greater Bridgton Lakes Chamber of Commerce. She has a passion for bridging the gap between different social groups and bringing people together.
Rob Slattery is President and CEO at Allons!Health. An advocate for physician organized & lead delivery systems, where alignment and transparency are optimized to achieve unparalleled performance, Rob lives in Sweden, ME and serves on several Boards.
Dani has a Masters degree in Public Health from Rutgers University and is a Certified Health Education Specialist. She brings work experience from her positions at the VA Healthcare System and a New Jersey coalition. She has experience in program management and in working with patients with complex health and social needs and addiction.
Chip has experience providing counseling to individuals and families affected by addiction in Pennsylvania, Vermont, and New Hampshire. He implemented and managed Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) and was a Substance Use Program Director in Vermont before moving to Naples, ME.