CSS Crisis Supervisor, Hospital Liaison
Amy has been working in the mental health field for 25 years. Amy knew from a young age that her main goal in life was to help people and quickly found that the mental health field was a great way to do that. Amy started working at an Inpatient Psychiatric Facility, then moved on to in home Family Preservation and Foster Care. Amy joined the SCMHCC team in 2009 as a Targeted Case Manager and was in that role until 2010 when she joined the Crisis Team. Since that time, Amy has been the Adult Crisis Supervisor and Hospital Liaison. Amy was recognized as the SCMHCC Employee of the year in 2013. Amy enjoys working alongside individuals that are struggling with increased mental health symptoms and empowering them to gain safety, stability, and independence. Amy also enjoys collaborating with community partners and strengthening these relationships that allow various Butler County agencies to work together to best support residents of Butler County.
Outside of her time at SCMHCC, Amy loves spending time with her family and friends, especially her nieces and nephews. Amy loves music and attending concerts and loves to travel, even if it’s a short weekend getaway!
Jena Storment Prichard
CBS Crisis Services Supervisor, ASIST/Suicide Talk/CPI Instructor, PRTF/Hospital Liaison
Jena has an educational background in Science, obtaining a Criminology degree, with an emphasis in Forensic Science, and a minor in Sociology. Jena became interested in the mental health field while in college studying early mental health intervention and how it can help reduce future criminal behavior. She has now been in the mental health field for over 25 years.
Jena is married to her husband, Derrick, and has four children. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with family and friends and traveling. One of her favorite quotes is from Jane Goodall, “What you do makes a difference and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make”. Jena believes it is exceptionally rewarding to know that every day we have a chance to make a positive difference in someone’s life and see how that difference can help change their path in life for the better.
Access TCM, Crisis, Hospital Liaison
Shelbi received a Certificate in Surgical Technology in 2010 from WSU Tech. Shortly after graduation, Shelbi started working in the mental health field while awaiting a position in Labor & Delivery. Quickly realizing that mental health was both challenging and rewarding, Shelbi built her career around helping others outside of the operating room. Over the past 12 years, Shelbi has held several positions at SCMHCC including Case Management Team Lead and, currently, Crisis Services. Shelbi resides in Butler County with her four daughters and is engaged to be married. Shelbi enjoys spending time with her children, being active with friends and family, traveling, and trying new things.