Sandra Beecher, MA, CRADC, MISA I, PCGC, SAP, Corporate Services Clinician. Illinois Institute for Addiction Recovery
Mrs. Beecher has been involved in the treatment of adults and adolescents in multiple arenas for the past 13 years. Sandra is a Certified Alcohol and other Drug Counselor, Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) as well as a Compulsive Gambling Counselor, and is credentialed as a professional provider to clients with dual diagnoses of mental illness and substance abuse (MISAI). She has conducted numerous educational presentations for health care providers, private practice clinicians, schools, and residents in the community on topics relating to addiction and mental health While working full-time, Sandra graduated from Lincoln Christian University (LCU) with a Bachelor of Arts degree and has graduated in May 2013 with Master of Arts in Counseling at LCU. Her personal commitment and faith has led to fostering many children and working with the Professional Foster Care Association and Children’s Home and Aid Society for the past 24 years. Sandra has been married for 13 years, has 10 adopted and 3 step-children. She enjoys spending time with her family, camping, 4-wheeling, and jet skiing. Sandra continues to endeavor to fulfill her life mission and passion by helping to pave the way for those who are suffering with addictions. The source of her boundless energy, unique talent and gift for working with addicts and their families is her faith and a wealth of life experience. Sandra Beecher Corporate Services Clinician Illinois Institute for Addiction Recovery.
Sue Herriott, SPHR, Director Human Resources. OSF St. Joseph Medical Center
Sue has been a registered nurse since 1979 and holds both a bachelor and master degree in Health Services Administration from the University of Illinois – Springfield. She spent many years in the nursing field, both at the bedside and in management. She has been the Director of Human Resources at OSF St Joseph Medical Center since 2005 and holds her SPHR certification. Sue was a member of the original task force who helped establish the HSA program at Lincoln College.
Angie McLaughlin, Executive Director. Community Health Care Clinic
Angie McLaughlin is the Executive Director of the Community Health Care Clinic. She has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Illinois State University and has over 15 years experience working with the most vulnerable members of her community. In addition to leading a free medical clinic, Angie is active on several community initiatives related to improving access to quality healthcare for the uninsured of McLean County. Angie also serves on the board of directors for the Illinois Association of Free and Charitable Clinics.