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Vive Announces New Team Members And Streamlined Services
Published May 10, 2017Vive Family Support Program
Category: Programming Change / Evolution
Vive has had some exciting evolutions over the past few months. At the Independent Educational Consulting Association (IECA) conference in Denver, Vive will be sharing new streamlined services and packaging with referral partners. The new packaging will allow our Vive teams to better serve families and truly encompasses the Vive philosophies and standards.
Vive has also had some exciting new additions to their leadership team. These additions are some of the most respected and seasoned professionals in our field.
- Audrey Peavey: joins the Vive Team as Director of Outreach. Audrey has over 17 years of experience in the family choice behavioral healthcare industry. She brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and passion to the team.
- Marcy Clark: Marcy joins the Vive Team as Director of Admissions. Marcy has worked at Sunrise RTC (UT) in various roles over the past 4 years. Marcy brings a natural ability to connect with and support families.
- Melissa Iacovacci: Melissa has been promoted after many years as a regional director for Vive, to our National Clinical Director.
Vive has also promoted a few of the mentors and coaches to new positions of leadership as regional directors in a few of the markets we serve. Vive has built an amazing team with Leah Madamba leading the way of providing quality services and support to families in their home communities. These innovative new directions will only continue to improve the quality of services to the families that are served.
About Vive Family Support ProgramVive Family Support Program works with families in their home and their community to create strong, lasting relationships. Vive support teams are available "in the moment" when family issues or crises arise and communication breaks down. Vive supports the entire family system, working side-by-side in an experiential and community-based approach. Vive is located in Boston, NY + tri-state, Washington D.C. metro, Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, + Denver/Boulder.