Ms. Melodie Pazolt has over 35 years experience in community rehabilitation with both people with behavioral health issues and people with developmental disabilities. She has operated 20 independent grants/contracts in conjunction with direct services to consumers of mental health services, in addition to managing the activities of a core mental health funded employment program. She was the Associate Director of the Columbia River Mental Health Services, supervising over 30 full time staff. Programs included supported employment programs, welfare to work programs, vocational rehabilitation and workforce development activities for individuals with mental health, substance use disorders, developmental disabilities and physical disabilities. In addition she managed multiple federal grants serving youth and adults with disabilities, as well as individual who are homeless. Prior to her position at the Health Care Authority, she worked for the Clark County Department of Community Services as the Consumer and Stakeholder Affairs Manager. Ms. Pazolt is currently the Behavioral Health Programs and Recovery Support Services Section Manager for the Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery within HCA. Ms. Pazolt brings an understanding of not only the issues that face individuals with behavioral health challenges but an overall understanding of the various systems that may be involved in that person’s life.
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