Stephanie LeBlanc, LCSW
Stephanie leads the agency through an ongoing process of continuous quality improvement, strategic planning, clinical program expansion and maintaining collaborative community partnerships.
Stephanie joined OCMHS as the Exective Director in May of 2014. She has made incredible angency-wide improvements in since then, increasing program quality and expanding programs. Staff have reported significant improvements in employee culture, and are feeling more dedicated and passionate about their work than ever before.
Prior to joining OCMHS Stephanie served as the Manager of Adult Clinical Services & Quality Management at Tri-County Mental Health Services.
Jason Brown, MHRTC
Jason manages human resources, coordinates training, and assists in agency strategic planning.
Jason joined OCMHS as a case manager in November of 2010. Since then, he has managed the Community Integration, Daily Living Skills, and Behavioral Health Home programs.
Jason became the Operations Manager in December of 2017. He looks forward to assisting the agency in continued program expansion while finding ways to improve service delivery and employee satisfaction.
John T. Gorman Fellowship
Stephanie LeBlanc is the recipient of the 2017 John T. Gorman Fellowship, provided by the John T. Gorman Foundation. We are extremely proud of her for representing OCMHS among this accomplished group of leaders!
The John T. Gorman Fellowship is designed for professionals who aspire to be results-based leaders with the vision, confidence, and competence to advance changes in programs, policies, and systems that can improve the lives of vulnerable people in Maine. Through a series of six two-day seminars and a site visit, the Foundation convenes up to 12 fellows to reflect, explore, and learn more about their leadership practice in the context of personal strengths, organizational roles, and the complex systems in which they work.
Ashlee Brooks, LMSW-cc, MHRT-C/CSP
Clinical Program Manager
Ashlee manages the Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU), Crisis Response Services (OCCR), Beacon House Peer Recovery Center, and the Home-Community Treatment Services (HCT).
Ashlee joined OCMHS as a Mobile Crisis Response worker in September of 2010. She obtained her Master’s degree at the University of New England in 2016.
Prior ro joining OCMHS leadership in December of 2017, Ashlee was a Child Forensic Interviewer and Outpatient Therapist in the Spurwink Services children’s program. She is committed to providing improved access to quality services in Oxford County.
Pam manages the finances of OCMHS, which includes payroll, accounts receivables, accounts payables and budgeting.
Pam joined the agency as a Finance Assistant in March of 1997 and became the Finance Manager in 2013. She looks forward to continuing to work with the Senior Management Team to expand services and improve agency finances.
Board of Directors
Jason Rosenberg, Board Chair
Maurice Porter, Vice Chair
Dot Adams, Secretary