Meet Our Office Staff

Maegan Anderson, CPB

Practice Manager/Certified Professional Biller 

Maegan is a 30 year native of Florida. An avid work out enthusiast, Maegan can be found hitting the pavement in the wee hours of the morning. Maegan's performance extends to the work place as well, as a valuable resource for both the agency and its clients navigating the nuances of the health care industry. 

Santa Rosa Practice Manager/Billing Assistant

Cheryl's love of the Gulf Coast brought her to the Pensacola area after spending most of her life in Richmond, Virginia. She found the area welcoming, stating "I fell in love with the kindness of strangers that quickly became friends". Cheryl has a strong commitment to the mental health field and has a passion for making a difference in the lives of others. Her experience in customer service and accounting make her an asset to our Administrative Team.  

Cheryl Graham

Haylie Lecaroz

Practice Manager/Billing Assistant

Santa Rosa Office Receptionist 

From the forests of Maine to the sunny beaches of Florida and many places in between, Debby has lived a life of adventure with a driving force to help those in need. She can rarely turn down any challenge and loves to make people laugh and smile because she believes that positivity is contagious.

Debby Young

Michelle Justice

Escambia Office Receptionist

I am a Pensacola native just recently returning home after a 25-year residence in Cincinnati, Ohio. I have two sons, seven grandchildren, and two cats. My "happy place" is the beach and being around water.  I have many years of experience in front desk administration. I love meeting new people and making connections with them. I am a strong advocate for mental health and really love my job!

Escambia Office Receptionist

Julianna is a Pensacola local who is currently attending The University of West Florida. She is actively working on her  Bachelors of Social Work, then plans to pursue her Masters. Julianna’s ambition is to utilize her education to advance her work within the mental health field. In her free time she likes to kayak, explore the outdoors, talk about escape rooms (and never actually get around to going to one), and find an assortment of literature to add to her reading list. 

Julianna Cannon