Celebrating two ISBH team members at the 2022 Behavioral Health Awards

November 1, 2022

The 317 Alcohol, Drug and Mental Health Board of Athens and Vinton Counties annually recognizes three individuals for their advocacy and commitment to those they serve. This year, two of ISBH's very own were honored, Kim Brozak, Advanced Practice RN, and Amanda Clark, Athens Country Behavioral Health Coordinator.  


Amanda Clark
2022 Behavioral Health Advocate
Athens County
Nominated and Presented by Cathye Williams

Ms. Clark provides wraparound services for Integrated Services for Behavioral Health in Athens County and leads a staff of community behavioral health workers. Ms. Clark provides a strong foundation by meeting people where they are in their life and offering support and resources. Her dedication to the community is shown in her interactions with both clients and staff. 


Kimberly Brozak
2022 Behavioral Health Advocate
Vinton County
Nominated and Presented by Natasha Rapp

Ms. Brozak is a dedicated advocate for those with mental health and substance use disorders. Her advocacy goes beyond providing medications. She listens to her patients and is reassuring when setbacks happen. She is a strong advocate for increasing support, adding resources, and understanding the change process is not linear. Her person-centered approach, empathy and patience has made an immeasurable difference in her patients’ lives.

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