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Kim Scott is responsible for providing executive leadership for all Trillium program operations. He provides direct supervision to the organization’s Chief Executive Officers, and leadership in the development of organizational policy and procedure, compliance with national accrediting bodies, and program and business development activities.  Kim is committed to the health and well-being of Oregon’s children and families, and has dedicated his life’s work to making the world a safer, more supportive place for ALL people to thrive.

Mr. Scott provides statewide leadership in the development of intensive treatment services that are family focused and integrated with local communities and planning structures. He serves on the Advisory Board of the American Association of Children’s Residential Centers, on the Strategic Planning Committee of the National Alliance of Children and Families, on the Board of Directors at Concordia University, and on the Board of Trustees at Helping Men Heal.  Kim is also peer faculty at the National Alliance of Strong Communities and Families in their Residential Treatment Transformation Initiative, and has been invited to participate in the Building Bridges Summit sponsored by SAMHSA, as well as being actively involved with the Oregon Alliance of Children’s Programs.

Mr. Scott started his career as a childcare worker at Waverly Children’s Home in 1978 and he became the Residential Services Coordinator in 1983. In 1985, he moved to Alaska, where he served as Detention Unit Leader for the Department of Health and Social Services in Juneau and as youth counselor at Johnson Youth Center, also in Juneau, Alaska.  Prior to joining Trillium Family Services, Mr. Scott served as Associate Director of the Children’s Farm Home in Corvallis, Oregon. In this role, he was responsible for directing all the residential care and treatment services operations and supervised coordinators responsible for managing residential, community-based and clinical services program operations.  Mr. Scott received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Counseling Education from Columbia Christian College in 1980. He received a Masters in Public Administration from the University of Alaska Southeast in August 1995.

Mr. Scott has presented at conferences for the Child Welfare League of America (CWLA), Oregon’s Children & Adolescent Residential Psychiatric Programs (CHARPP), the Council on Accreditation (COA), and the University of Southern Florida’s Research & Best Practice conference and has provided quality assurance, accreditation and electronic record consultation for mental health agencies in Oregon and Alaska.

Over the past few years, Kim Scott and his team at Trillium have adopted a trauma-informed lens to the work of the organization.  Understanding the profound impact that trauma and stress have on individuals, families, organizations, systems, communities, and all human systems has led Trillium down a path toward creating a network of trauma-informed community partners determined to change  the conversation about people and problems from, “What’s wrong with you?” to “What has happened to you?”  Trillium’s “Keep Oregon Well” campaign was launched in 2015, with initiatives involving poverty, equity, inclusion, and safety in the pipeline for the coming year.

Kim Scott

CEO (Trillium Group), Executive Director (Trillium Family Foundation)

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Lisa Kane

Chief Administrative Officer (Trillium Group)

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John Donovan

Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Constituent Relationships (Trillium Group)

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Jamie Vandergon, LPC

President (Trillium Family Services)

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Dr. Keith Cheng

Chief Medical Officer

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Cindy J. Smith MD, MPH

Regional Medical Director, Mid-Valley

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David A. Jeffery, MD, MAR

Child Psychiatrist, Regional Medical Director Portland Metro

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Sandy Boyle

Vice President of Clinical Infrastructure (Trillium Family Services)

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Eileen K. McCarty MD, MA

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist

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Amy McAdams, LCSW

Vice President of Operations, Children's Farm Home (Trillium Family Services)

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Steve Chinn

VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Justin Hoyt, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Children’s Farm Home

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Suki Conrad, MD

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Lana Shotwell, LPC

Vice President of Community Operations

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Rich Blum

Sr. VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Nali Thanasouk

Vice President of Finance (Trillium Family Services)

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Regina Renn

Health Information Management Director and Privacy Officer

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Jessie Eagan

Senior Vice President of Residential Operations

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Bethany Wallace, LCSW

Director of Quality Improvement

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Kelley Fellman, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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Andy Adler, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Birgit Meyer, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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E. Stanford, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Edwards Day Treatment

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Kristen Taylor, MS, PHR, SHRM-CP

VP of Human Resources

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Brian Schilling, LPC

Vice President of Operations, Parry Center for Children (Trillium Family Services)

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David Ferber

Technology Director

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Lisa Kane is responsible for managing and coordinating all shared services for Trillium Group, which owns and operates both the Trillium Family Foundation and Trillium Family Services, Oregon’s largest provider of mental and behavioral healthcare for children and families. Lisa has worked for Trillium for the better part of the past two decades.

In her role, Lisa provides leadership in the development of personnel policies and procedures, as well as oversight and strategic planning for human resources, finance, risk management, and information technology (I.T.) across all Trillium Group subsidiaries.

Prior to joining Trillium Family Services in 2001, Ms. Kane worked for several Portland area companies, including a bakery and a pharmaceutical company. Ms. Kane received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Oregon and her Master’s degree from Lewis and Clark College. She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management.

Kim Scott

CEO (Trillium Group), Executive Director (Trillium Family Foundation)

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Lisa Kane

Chief Administrative Officer (Trillium Group)

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John Donovan

Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Constituent Relationships (Trillium Group)

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Jamie Vandergon, LPC

President (Trillium Family Services)

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Dr. Keith Cheng

Chief Medical Officer

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Cindy J. Smith MD, MPH

Regional Medical Director, Mid-Valley

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David A. Jeffery, MD, MAR

Child Psychiatrist, Regional Medical Director Portland Metro

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Sandy Boyle

Vice President of Clinical Infrastructure (Trillium Family Services)

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Eileen K. McCarty MD, MA

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist

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Amy McAdams, LCSW

Vice President of Operations, Children's Farm Home (Trillium Family Services)

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Steve Chinn

VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Justin Hoyt, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Children’s Farm Home

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Suki Conrad, MD

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Lana Shotwell, LPC

Vice President of Community Operations

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Rich Blum

Sr. VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Nali Thanasouk

Vice President of Finance (Trillium Family Services)

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Regina Renn

Health Information Management Director and Privacy Officer

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Jessie Eagan

Senior Vice President of Residential Operations

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Bethany Wallace, LCSW

Director of Quality Improvement

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Kelley Fellman, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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Andy Adler, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Birgit Meyer, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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E. Stanford, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Edwards Day Treatment

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Kristen Taylor, MS, PHR, SHRM-CP

VP of Human Resources

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Brian Schilling, LPC

Vice President of Operations, Parry Center for Children (Trillium Family Services)

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David Ferber

Technology Director

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John Donovan has 30 years of experience in public affairs, communication, and resource development roles. He has provided outreach and advocacy services for public, private, and nonprofit entities, both as an employee and as a consultant. John was one of the original founders and a partner of Metropolitan Group from 1989 to 1994. His current work focuses on environmental education, heritage, arts, culture, child welfare, public health and community development. He joined Trillium Family Services in June 2019 as the Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Constituent Relationships.

John has provided strategic communication and outreach consulting to clients across the country. He coordinated a national shared agenda-setting process for Enterprise Community Partners that engaged more than 25 national environmental and community development organizations. He also provided strategic communication, resource development, and positioning services for Lewis & Clark College, Oregon Health & Science University and Sustainable Northwest, a rural economic development nonprofit helping small communities integrate environmental and economic strategies.

More recently, John served as project manager for a comprehensive $46 million resource development effort for Vernonia’s K-12 schools, and for a groundbreaking community outreach effort to support the Portland Harbor Superfund cleanup effort. He was the project manager of a strategic positioning effort for Trillium Family Services, Oregon’s largest provider of children’s mental health services. He has also provided strategic communication and outreach for Oregon Tobacco Prevention and Education Program and Kitsap Regional Library System in Southwest Washington; for Metro’s Regional Transportation Plan program; and a new industrial air quality program for Oregon DEQ through a statewide engagement program, “Cleaner Air Oregon”.

Kim Scott

CEO (Trillium Group), Executive Director (Trillium Family Foundation)

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Lisa Kane

Chief Administrative Officer (Trillium Group)

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John Donovan

Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Constituent Relationships (Trillium Group)

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Jamie Vandergon, LPC

President (Trillium Family Services)

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Dr. Keith Cheng

Chief Medical Officer

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Cindy J. Smith MD, MPH

Regional Medical Director, Mid-Valley

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David A. Jeffery, MD, MAR

Child Psychiatrist, Regional Medical Director Portland Metro

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Sandy Boyle

Vice President of Clinical Infrastructure (Trillium Family Services)

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Eileen K. McCarty MD, MA

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist

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Amy McAdams, LCSW

Vice President of Operations, Children's Farm Home (Trillium Family Services)

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Steve Chinn

VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Justin Hoyt, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Children’s Farm Home

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Suki Conrad, MD

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Lana Shotwell, LPC

Vice President of Community Operations

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Rich Blum

Sr. VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Nali Thanasouk

Vice President of Finance (Trillium Family Services)

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Regina Renn

Health Information Management Director and Privacy Officer

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Jessie Eagan

Senior Vice President of Residential Operations

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Bethany Wallace, LCSW

Director of Quality Improvement

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Kelley Fellman, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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Andy Adler, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Birgit Meyer, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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E. Stanford, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Edwards Day Treatment

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Kristen Taylor, MS, PHR, SHRM-CP

VP of Human Resources

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Brian Schilling, LPC

Vice President of Operations, Parry Center for Children (Trillium Family Services)

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David Ferber

Technology Director

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Jamie Vandergon provides leadership to our diverse array of community based and residential programs across the state of Oregon. Over the past fourteen years Ms. Vandergon has held progressively responsible leadership positions within the agency and continues to grow the size and scope of Trillium’s programs.

Ms. Vandergon is responsible for all of Trillium Family Services’ programs, as well as being a voice for state-wide system transformation and integrated care for a healthier Oregon.

Ms. Vandergon began her career working in community based children’s mental health programs at Johns Hopkins Hospital and initially began working for Trillium Family Services in 2002 as a school based Child & Family Therapist.

In 2007 she left Trillium briefly to spend some time working with Multnomah County as a Family Care Coordinator on system wide transformation efforts and the creation of a more robust system of care.

Ms. Vandergon earned her Masters of Science degree in Psychology from Loyola University in Maryland, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Oregon.

Kim Scott

CEO (Trillium Group), Executive Director (Trillium Family Foundation)

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Lisa Kane

Chief Administrative Officer (Trillium Group)

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John Donovan

Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Constituent Relationships (Trillium Group)

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Jamie Vandergon, LPC

President (Trillium Family Services)

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Dr. Keith Cheng

Chief Medical Officer

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Cindy J. Smith MD, MPH

Regional Medical Director, Mid-Valley

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David A. Jeffery, MD, MAR

Child Psychiatrist, Regional Medical Director Portland Metro

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Sandy Boyle

Vice President of Clinical Infrastructure (Trillium Family Services)

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Eileen K. McCarty MD, MA

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist

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Amy McAdams, LCSW

Vice President of Operations, Children's Farm Home (Trillium Family Services)

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Steve Chinn

VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Justin Hoyt, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Children’s Farm Home

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Suki Conrad, MD

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Lana Shotwell, LPC

Vice President of Community Operations

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Rich Blum

Sr. VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Nali Thanasouk

Vice President of Finance (Trillium Family Services)

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Regina Renn

Health Information Management Director and Privacy Officer

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Jessie Eagan

Senior Vice President of Residential Operations

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Bethany Wallace, LCSW

Director of Quality Improvement

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Kelley Fellman, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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Andy Adler, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Birgit Meyer, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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E. Stanford, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Edwards Day Treatment

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Kristen Taylor, MS, PHR, SHRM-CP

VP of Human Resources

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Brian Schilling, LPC

Vice President of Operations, Parry Center for Children (Trillium Family Services)

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David Ferber

Technology Director

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In 1982, Dr. Cheng received his M.D. degree at Loma Linda University where he also completed his general psychiatry residency training. He subsequently trained at Yale University where he completed a post-doctoral fellowship in child psychiatry in 1990. Dr. Cheng is Board Certified in both General and Child Psychiatry.

Dr. Cheng joined Trillium Family Services (TFS) as Medical Director in 2001. His duties as Medical Director extended to all three TFS campuses: Children’s Farm Home, Parry Center for Children, and Wake Robin in Salem. As TFS grew in size, Dr. Cheng was promoted to Chief Medical Officer in 2010. Dr. Cheng brings medical leadership to the TFS executive team and oversight, through two regional medical directors, for all TFS clinical programs. Currently, he provides guidance and expertise to TFS research projects, community collaborations, clinical initiatives and program development.

Dr. Cheng is well known as a senior child psychiatrist in the mental health community after 25 years of practice in Oregon. He has practiced at every level of clinical care, from traditional outpatient to state hospital and intensive community treatment service programs. He is presently adjunct associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Oregon Health & Sciences University (OHSU) and teaches and supervises trainees in the Division of Child Psychiatry. For his many years of instruction at OHSU, he was recently recognized with a distinguished teaching award. In addition to his duties at Trillium Family Services, Dr. Cheng serves as the Medical Director of Oregon Psychiatric Access Line about Kids (OPAL-K) at OHSU. OPAL-K is an innovative consultation program for primary care providers to support them in providing mental health care in the “medical home.” This demonstration project is funded through a $1.5 million state grant.

Dr. Cheng has been involved in many state and community mental health projects. He served on Governor Kitzhaber’s Task Force on Youth Suicide Prevention. He served as a teacher for the Portland Police Bureau’s Crisis Intervention Training Program. While at Emanuel Hospital, he was a member of the Legacy Hospital IRB. He was also on the committee that helped develop the initial child psychiatric portion of the Oregon Health Plan. Presently, he serves on an Oregon Youth Authority (OYA) community advisory council. Other community involvement includes being on the boards of Chamber Music Northwest and Park Academy, a school for dyslexic youth.

Dr. Cheng has published in peer-reviewed journals and has made numerous presentations at national and international psychiatric meetings. Through primary care clinician education, Dr. Cheng has a special interest in promoting the provision of psychiatric care to youth in Oregon, in the “medical home.” His two editions of “Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: The Essentials,” a textbook created for primary care clinicians, is considered a best seller by his publisher Williams & Wilkins. He also provides mentorship to OHSU psychiatry trainees and medical students. His trainees have presented research at local, national and international psychiatric meetings in Portland, Honolulu, Paris, Durban, and Toronto.

Dr. Cheng has held several clinical leadership positions in Oregon. From 1990 to 1992, he served as the Medical Director for the Adolescent Inpatient Program at Portland Adventist Medical Center. From 1992-1994, he was the Clinical Director for the Child Psychiatric Program at Holladay Park Medical Center. From 1995-1997, Dr. Cheng was Medical Director of the ADHD Clinic at OHSU. From 1994-2000, he served as the Medical Director of Child & Adolescent Treatment Psychiatric services at Emanuel Hospital. He also worked as a staff psychiatrist at Clackamas County Mental Health from 2000-2001. He is a past president of the Oregon Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. For his “leadership, innovation, and impact on Oregon’s Children and families, Dr. Cheng received the “Rose Otte Award,” from the Oregon Alliance of Children’s Programs in 2015.

Kim Scott

CEO (Trillium Group), Executive Director (Trillium Family Foundation)

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Lisa Kane

Chief Administrative Officer (Trillium Group)

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John Donovan

Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Constituent Relationships (Trillium Group)

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Jamie Vandergon, LPC

President (Trillium Family Services)

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Dr. Keith Cheng

Chief Medical Officer

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Cindy J. Smith MD, MPH

Regional Medical Director, Mid-Valley

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David A. Jeffery, MD, MAR

Child Psychiatrist, Regional Medical Director Portland Metro

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Sandy Boyle

Vice President of Clinical Infrastructure (Trillium Family Services)

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Eileen K. McCarty MD, MA

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist

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Amy McAdams, LCSW

Vice President of Operations, Children's Farm Home (Trillium Family Services)

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Steve Chinn

VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Justin Hoyt, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Children’s Farm Home

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Suki Conrad, MD

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Lana Shotwell, LPC

Vice President of Community Operations

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Rich Blum

Sr. VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Nali Thanasouk

Vice President of Finance (Trillium Family Services)

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Regina Renn

Health Information Management Director and Privacy Officer

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Jessie Eagan

Senior Vice President of Residential Operations

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Bethany Wallace, LCSW

Director of Quality Improvement

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Kelley Fellman, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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Andy Adler, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Birgit Meyer, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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E. Stanford, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Edwards Day Treatment

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Kristen Taylor, MS, PHR, SHRM-CP

VP of Human Resources

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Brian Schilling, LPC

Vice President of Operations, Parry Center for Children (Trillium Family Services)

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David Ferber

Technology Director

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Dr. Cindy Smith provides clinical leadership for the Children’s Farm Home residential and day treatment programs and mid-valley outpatient programs including promoting and teaching the principles of the Sanctuary model and the Zero Suicide Project in clinical care and community and organizational leadership and bringing the latest evidence-based practices to clients and families.  She is a gifted teacher who loves working with interdisciplinary teams and breaking learning into manageable chunks using active learning techniques and promoting deliberate practice.

Dr. Cindy Smith completed her internship at Yale and her Psychiatry residency and fellowship training as well as a Master’s in Public Health at the University of Washington.    She has a special interest in suicide and self-injury prevention, is extensively trained in Dialectic Behavior Therapy and co-founded one of the earliest adolescent DBT programs in 1995.  Dr. Smith has worked for Trillium Family Services since 2003 implementing an adolescent DBT program at the Children’s Farm Home as well as CBT treatments for anxiety and depression.  She enjoys many outdoor Oregon activities and aspires to someday have a poem published on a billboard or bus.

Kim Scott

CEO (Trillium Group), Executive Director (Trillium Family Foundation)

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Lisa Kane

Chief Administrative Officer (Trillium Group)

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John Donovan

Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Constituent Relationships (Trillium Group)

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Jamie Vandergon, LPC

President (Trillium Family Services)

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Dr. Keith Cheng

Chief Medical Officer

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Cindy J. Smith MD, MPH

Regional Medical Director, Mid-Valley

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David A. Jeffery, MD, MAR

Child Psychiatrist, Regional Medical Director Portland Metro

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Sandy Boyle

Vice President of Clinical Infrastructure (Trillium Family Services)

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Eileen K. McCarty MD, MA

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist

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Amy McAdams, LCSW

Vice President of Operations, Children's Farm Home (Trillium Family Services)

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Steve Chinn

VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Justin Hoyt, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Children’s Farm Home

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Suki Conrad, MD

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Lana Shotwell, LPC

Vice President of Community Operations

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Rich Blum

Sr. VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Nali Thanasouk

Vice President of Finance (Trillium Family Services)

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Regina Renn

Health Information Management Director and Privacy Officer

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Jessie Eagan

Senior Vice President of Residential Operations

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Bethany Wallace, LCSW

Director of Quality Improvement

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Kelley Fellman, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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Andy Adler, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Birgit Meyer, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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E. Stanford, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Edwards Day Treatment

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Kristen Taylor, MS, PHR, SHRM-CP

VP of Human Resources

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Brian Schilling, LPC

Vice President of Operations, Parry Center for Children (Trillium Family Services)

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David Ferber

Technology Director

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Dr. Jeffery is a child and adolescent psychiatrist who has been practicing in Portland, Oregon, since 1998 and has been with Trillium Family Services since 2003. Dr. Jeffery completed medical school at Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine in Chicago, Illinois, then completed general psychiatry residency and child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Oregon Health and Science University.  Dr. Jeffery also holds a Master of Arts in Religion from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary in Massachusetts. Dr. Jeffery enjoys biking, snowboarding, surfing, music, traveling and all kinds of recreation with his family and friends!

Kim Scott

CEO (Trillium Group), Executive Director (Trillium Family Foundation)

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Lisa Kane

Chief Administrative Officer (Trillium Group)

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John Donovan

Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Constituent Relationships (Trillium Group)

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Jamie Vandergon, LPC

President (Trillium Family Services)

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Dr. Keith Cheng

Chief Medical Officer

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Cindy J. Smith MD, MPH

Regional Medical Director, Mid-Valley

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David A. Jeffery, MD, MAR

Child Psychiatrist, Regional Medical Director Portland Metro

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Sandy Boyle

Vice President of Clinical Infrastructure (Trillium Family Services)

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Eileen K. McCarty MD, MA

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist

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Amy McAdams, LCSW

Vice President of Operations, Children's Farm Home (Trillium Family Services)

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Steve Chinn

VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Justin Hoyt, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Children’s Farm Home

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Suki Conrad, MD

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Lana Shotwell, LPC

Vice President of Community Operations

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Rich Blum

Sr. VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Nali Thanasouk

Vice President of Finance (Trillium Family Services)

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Regina Renn

Health Information Management Director and Privacy Officer

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Jessie Eagan

Senior Vice President of Residential Operations

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Bethany Wallace, LCSW

Director of Quality Improvement

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Kelley Fellman, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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Andy Adler, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Birgit Meyer, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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E. Stanford, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Edwards Day Treatment

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Kristen Taylor, MS, PHR, SHRM-CP

VP of Human Resources

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Brian Schilling, LPC

Vice President of Operations, Parry Center for Children (Trillium Family Services)

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David Ferber

Technology Director

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Sandy Boyle is responsible for assisting the Executive Team and the Board of Directors with creating, communicating, implementing, and sustaining strategic initiatives, with the goal of helping Trillium align and integrate its capabilities to turn ideas into positive social impact. Ms. Boyle oversees the Project Management Office, Quality Improvement, Health Information Management and the partnership with Footprints Behavioral Healthcare Interventions autism services. Ms. Boyle and her team utilize processes and data to support the development of innovative programs or services, assess the field to identify emerging trends and recommend new initiatives to grow the organization.

Ms. Boyle began her career at Trillium as a Waverly Children’s Home Outpatient Therapist, and since then has held the roles of Outpatient Program Supervisor, Community Services Director, Regional Director and Vice President of Provider Services. She has been in the mental health profession for over 20 years, working in a variety of residential and community mental health agencies as well as juvenile justice settings.

Before her time with Trillium, Ms. Boyle worked specifically with pregnant and parenting adolescents for three years and with juveniles with law violations for four years at the Donald E. Long Juvenile Detention Facility and in a Multnomah County Diversion Program.

Ms. Boyle earned her Master’s of Science degree in Clinical Child and Youth Work with a specialization in Family Work from Western Oregon State University, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Oregon.

Kim Scott

CEO (Trillium Group), Executive Director (Trillium Family Foundation)

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Lisa Kane

Chief Administrative Officer (Trillium Group)

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John Donovan

Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Constituent Relationships (Trillium Group)

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Jamie Vandergon, LPC

President (Trillium Family Services)

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Dr. Keith Cheng

Chief Medical Officer

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Cindy J. Smith MD, MPH

Regional Medical Director, Mid-Valley

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David A. Jeffery, MD, MAR

Child Psychiatrist, Regional Medical Director Portland Metro

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Sandy Boyle

Vice President of Clinical Infrastructure (Trillium Family Services)

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Eileen K. McCarty MD, MA

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist

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Amy McAdams, LCSW

Vice President of Operations, Children's Farm Home (Trillium Family Services)

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Steve Chinn

VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Justin Hoyt, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Children’s Farm Home

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Suki Conrad, MD

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Lana Shotwell, LPC

Vice President of Community Operations

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Rich Blum

Sr. VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Nali Thanasouk

Vice President of Finance (Trillium Family Services)

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Regina Renn

Health Information Management Director and Privacy Officer

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Jessie Eagan

Senior Vice President of Residential Operations

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Bethany Wallace, LCSW

Director of Quality Improvement

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Kelley Fellman, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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Andy Adler, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Birgit Meyer, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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E. Stanford, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Edwards Day Treatment

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Kristen Taylor, MS, PHR, SHRM-CP

VP of Human Resources

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Brian Schilling, LPC

Vice President of Operations, Parry Center for Children (Trillium Family Services)

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David Ferber

Technology Director

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Dr. Eileen McCarty graduated from UC Santa Cruz (BA in Literature/Creative Writing from the fightin’ Banana Slugs), New York University (MA in Creative Writing/Poetry from the fightin’ Violets) and medical school at UC Irvine (MD from the fightin’ Anteaters). Despite these warlike school mascots, Dr. McCarty is not a huge fan of sports. With the exception of the Portland Thorns. (Please do not try to explain the concept of “offsides” to Dr. McCarty; she does not believe in it, unless it is called against the opposing team). Dr. McCarty considers her many (hundreds?) of years waiting tables to have been an excellent prerequisite for being a psychiatrist, and can still carry four full dinners at once if pressed into service. Dr. McCarty has interest and additional training in integrative psychiatry, and the role of nutrition in mental health. She considers it a personal mission to eradicate Takis from the face of the earth. Dr. McCarty has enjoyed advanced integrative psychiatry trainings with William Walsh PhD, Will VanderVeer MD, Janet Settle MD, and Scott Shannon MD. Lest you think she is merely a biomolecular geek, Dr. McCarty is very interested in psychotherapy (individual and family). She has trained in David Burns MD’s T.E.A.M. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach and enjoys bringing these highly effective techniques into her work with children, adolescents and adults. Dr. McCarty is also a fan of and believer in Collaborative Problem Solving (and has trained with Stuart Ablon PhD and Bruce Perry MD). She loves to work with families who are deep “in the struggle” of challenging behavioral and communication dynamics. She is also a big believer in and proponent of physical exercise as a treatment modality, and will try to coax unsuspecting tweens onto one of the two spin bikes in her office. Her dog, Pepsi (aka Dogtor McCarty) is a frequent guest on the Parry Center campus, and would like you to stop reading and throw the ball now, if you please. Dr. McCarty has worked as a psychiatrist in a variety of settings: the emergency room, inpatient (child/adolescent and adult), partial hospitalization (including with eating disordered adolescents and adults), outpatient, day treatment and residential care. Dr. McCarty is the 2019 President of the Oregon Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. She was disappointed to learn this role comes with neither a crown nor a sceptre.

Kim Scott

CEO (Trillium Group), Executive Director (Trillium Family Foundation)

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Lisa Kane

Chief Administrative Officer (Trillium Group)

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John Donovan

Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Constituent Relationships (Trillium Group)

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Jamie Vandergon, LPC

President (Trillium Family Services)

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Dr. Keith Cheng

Chief Medical Officer

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Cindy J. Smith MD, MPH

Regional Medical Director, Mid-Valley

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David A. Jeffery, MD, MAR

Child Psychiatrist, Regional Medical Director Portland Metro

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Sandy Boyle

Vice President of Clinical Infrastructure (Trillium Family Services)

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Eileen K. McCarty MD, MA

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist

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Amy McAdams, LCSW

Vice President of Operations, Children's Farm Home (Trillium Family Services)

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Steve Chinn

VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Justin Hoyt, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Children’s Farm Home

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Suki Conrad, MD

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Lana Shotwell, LPC

Vice President of Community Operations

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Rich Blum

Sr. VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Nali Thanasouk

Vice President of Finance (Trillium Family Services)

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Regina Renn

Health Information Management Director and Privacy Officer

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Jessie Eagan

Senior Vice President of Residential Operations

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Bethany Wallace, LCSW

Director of Quality Improvement

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Kelley Fellman, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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Andy Adler, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Birgit Meyer, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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E. Stanford, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Edwards Day Treatment

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Kristen Taylor, MS, PHR, SHRM-CP

VP of Human Resources

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Brian Schilling, LPC

Vice President of Operations, Parry Center for Children (Trillium Family Services)

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David Ferber

Technology Director

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Amy McAdams, LCSW is responsible for the leadership and oversight of the Operations at Trillium’s Children’s Farm Home in Corvallis, Oregon. These operations include Psychiatric Residential Treatment, Sub Acute programming, the Secure Adolescent State Hospital Program, in addition to other operational departments such as Health Services, Access, Dietary, Facilities/Housekeeping, and Equine. Amy McAdams is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Oregon.

Amy has worked in children’s mental health in a variety of programs in Wisconsin, Georgia and Oregon. She began her career as a direct care staff in 1993 in Wisconsin after receiving her Bachelor Degree in Psychology from University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. She went on to get her Master of Social Work Degree at Clark Atlanta University in 1997. She worked in multiple environments as a Therapist with an emphasis on working in children’s mental health residential facilities.

Amy began working as a manager in residential services while at a Children’s Home in Atlanta. She moved her family across the country to Oregon in 2006 and ran a Children’s Intervention Program for a Domestic Violence agency. Amy started with Trillium at the Children’s Farm Home working as the Clinical Director of the Secure Adolescent Inpatient State Hospital Program in 2012 prior to her current role as the Vice President of Operations at Children’s Farm Home.

Kim Scott

CEO (Trillium Group), Executive Director (Trillium Family Foundation)

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Lisa Kane

Chief Administrative Officer (Trillium Group)

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John Donovan

Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Constituent Relationships (Trillium Group)

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Jamie Vandergon, LPC

President (Trillium Family Services)

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Dr. Keith Cheng

Chief Medical Officer

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Cindy J. Smith MD, MPH

Regional Medical Director, Mid-Valley

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David A. Jeffery, MD, MAR

Child Psychiatrist, Regional Medical Director Portland Metro

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Sandy Boyle

Vice President of Clinical Infrastructure (Trillium Family Services)

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Eileen K. McCarty MD, MA

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist

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Amy McAdams, LCSW

Vice President of Operations, Children's Farm Home (Trillium Family Services)

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Steve Chinn

VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Justin Hoyt, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Children’s Farm Home

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Suki Conrad, MD

Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Lana Shotwell, LPC

Vice President of Community Operations

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Rich Blum

Sr. VP of Business Development & Provider Relations (Trillium Family Services)

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Nali Thanasouk

Vice President of Finance (Trillium Family Services)

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Regina Renn

Health Information Management Director and Privacy Officer

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Jessie Eagan

Senior Vice President of Residential Operations

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Bethany Wallace, LCSW

Director of Quality Improvement

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Kelley Fellman, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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Andy Adler, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Children’s Farm Home

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Birgit Meyer, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Parry Center for Children

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E. Stanford, MD

Child Psychiatrist, Edwards Day Treatment

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Kristen Taylor, MS, PHR, SHRM-CP

VP of Human Resources

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Brian Schilling, LPC

Vice President of Operations, Parry Center for Children (Trillium Family Services)

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David Ferber

Technology Director

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