COVID UPDATE: Interagency Lunch Networking Meetings (typically from 12:00-1:00pm at El Corral Lozano 300 W. 2nd Street in Taylor)
will now be email updates until further notice. Stay safe!
Professional mental health services are provided FREE of charge by social workers, a family therapist and a mental health nurse practitioner for students, families and staff in Hutto, Taylor, Granger, Bartlett, Jarrell, Thrall and Coupland school districts.
Please join us for networking in East Williamson County. Help us share a unified message about mental wellness. Especially during COVID, we are genuinely concerned about the effects of trauma, stress and anxiety in our community. Stay well.
President: Jeff Ripple, Christ Fellowship Pastor, Ministerial Alliance Liaison
Years with Interagency - 8
Vice President: TBD
Secretary/Treasurer: Susan Brock, Retired City Clerk
Years with Interagency – 6
Jason Hennington, Editor at Taylor Daily Press
Years with Interagency - 3
Priscilla Moreno, Victim Services Coordinator, City of Taylor
firstname.lastname@example.org (512)269-7766 or (512)568-7264
Years with Interagency - 1
Monee Michna, Concerned Citizen
Years with Intergency - 1
Kori Ince, OWBC, Program Director of Community Services
New Board Member Feb. 2020
Board of Directors meet the 2nd Tuesday of each month (excluding August) at El Corral Lozano 300 W. 2nd Street Taylor, TX, 76574 from 11:00-12:00 prior to the Interagency Networking meetings that are from 12:00-1:00 in the meeting room. Lunch is available for purchase and all are welcome! Every August, the board and staff have a planning day together. All Board Members (100%) make a financial contribution to Interagency. *BOARD MEETINGS ARE via Zoom until further notice.
Executive Director: Trish van Til was appointed as Executive Director of Interagency in October of 2012. Trish holds a Bachelor of Art Degree in Human Services with a concentration in Psychology as well as a Master of Science Degree in Child Development. Trish is passionate about the work of Interagency. Trish is married to Deacon Bob van Til. Together, they have two sons, Isaac, a software engineer, and Alex, a chemical engineering student at Texas A&M Unitversity.
Intervention Services, PLLC, provide and supervise licensed social workers in East Williamson County Schools. www.interventionservicespllc.org
Jaime Nelson, Mental Health Advanced Nurse Practitioner provides psychiatric services.
Arlene Daigle, Bookkeeper, retired CPA. Arlene and her husband Stephen are living the good life in Tucson Arizona where Arlene enjoys reading and yoga.
Luisa Lerma, Administrative Assistant. Luisa helps collect and input information needed for grant reporting. Luisa has a degree and background in Criminal Justice. She and her husband Rudy have a daughter, Laura, a student at Texas State University.
2019 Community Health Assessment available at www.https://healthywilliamsoncounty.org/cha reports behavioral health as the number one health priority in Williamson County, Texas. Interagency addresses this priority by administering school-based mental health services in East Williamson County.
Randy Willis, Superintendent at Granger ISD attributes a great deal of the Granger ISD 100% graduation rate to our school-based mental health services. The social workers are a vital part of the Granger ISD Team!
Michael Cooper, Chief of Staff, Precinct Four County Commissioner Russ Boles Office shared that, the Commissioners Office would like to extend our full support for Interagency and the work they do by filling gaps in services for East Williamson County. Commissioner Boles cares deeply about our constituents mental health and well-being.