Employees Making a Difference- November 2019

Published 11/01/2019
Thank you to all FHR staff for their contributions to fulfill FHR's mission - to improve the behavioral health, well-being, and quality of life for the individuals we serve. 
 
Each month, FHR recognizes employees organization-wide who have gone above and beyond in their work with Making a Difference Awards.
 
The following staff members have been recently recognized by their peers to receive this honor:

Jacinda Bragg  

Lead RN Trainer, Corporate Office 

Caroline Prag  

Quality Management Specialist, Corporate Office

How Jacinda and Caroline Make a Difference: 

• “Jacinda and Caroline are nominated for Making a Difference for coordinating and implementing the Collaborative Documentation training in Wilmington, DE.” 


Johnna Motta  

Quality Management Specialist, Corporate Office

How Johnna Makes a Difference:  

• “Johnna is nominated for implementing the Annual Client Satisfaction Survey and ensuring participation in the regions through added support and reminders that has allowed for a relative response rate that exceeded past years. “ 


Sarah Katherine Tiller  

Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Clinician, North Carolina

How Sarah Katherine Makes a Difference:

• “Katherine is a dedicated and committed professional counselor who truly goes above and beyond. On Friday, November 15th Katherine saved the life of a young man who overdosed during her evening SAIOP group. She administered rescue breathing and 3 Narcan kits to revive him. The young man is alive and well thanks to Katherine and the others in the group that assisted in the event. Katherine followed up by going to the detox where the ambulance took him, with follow up calls over the weekend, and offered to help the family if she could.” 

• "The addictions department is grateful for Katherine and blessed to have her as a part of our team.” 


Madinha Aumaree  

Mental Health Assistant, Rhode Island 

How Madinha Makes a Difference:  

• “Madinha continuously treats all individuals with dignity and respect.” 

• “Madinha is never late and never calls out; she goes above and beyond every shift she works” 

 • “Madinha is always positive and comes up with great ideas for Westwick House. She has picked up numerous shifts last minute and is always ready, willing, and able to help her team members.” 


Robert Holliday  

Crisis Counselor, Virginia  

How Robert Makes a Difference:

• “Robert has excellent clinical quality and very good rapport with staff and clients...Overall excellence in his work!” 

• “He is very dependable and is always willing to work extra when he is needed.”