Kim has been with InterCommunity since 2003, and is responsible for the overall strategic planning and operations of InterCommunity and InterCommunity Recovery Centers. She works collaboratively with the Board of Directors of both organizations, executive leadership team, and area providers to ensure the highest quality of service is provided. She also cultivates and maintains effective relationships with federal, state and local funders to ensure and enhance the organization’s fiscal sustainability.
Bill serves as the Chief Strategy Officer of InterCommunity, Inc. and is responsible for human resources, information technology, quality, facilities and other related functions. He provides a focal point, leadership and coordination of organizational transformation projects. In addition, he leads external activities, including emerging relationships with other organizations.
Prior to the affiliation of InterCommunity and Alcohol & Drug Recovery Centers (ADRC), Bill served as Chief Operating Officer, and then as Acting Chief Executive Officer, of ADRC. As an organization leader and person in recovery, Bill is involved in a variety of recovery advocacy and public policy initiatives.
Tyler has been with InterCommunity since 2006 and oversees all direct services programs within InterCommunity’s three divisions: Primary Care, Behavioral Health, and Addiction Recovery Services. The creator of InterCommunity’s Help Now system, Tyler consults locally and nationally on providing rapid access to behavioral health care and the provision of healthcare for the whole person. Tyler also coordinates new program development ensuring InterCommunity’s services align with what he calls the quadruple aim of improved health outcomes, patient experience, financial stability, and staff satisfaction.
A graduate of Worcester State University, Jeff brings over 20 years of finance, business, and operational experience to our organization. Previously he was the CFO of the Connecticut Health Center Association of Connecticut (CHCACT), providing help and services to the under-served of Connecticut as well as its FQHCs and FQHC look-alikes.