Meet Our Staff

Ann Strachan, Director of Mental Health Services and Clubhouse Programs

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Ann Strachan is Executive Director of Seacoast Pathways and the Manchester Clubhouse.  She is the Director of Mental Health Services at Granite Pathways.  Ann has a Master’s degree in Counseling from UNH, is a graduate of the UNH Institute on Disability Leadership Series, serves on the NH Mental Health Advisory and Planning Council, and is an active volunteer with NAMI-NH.  In 2017, Ann received the Erik Cogswell Memorial Award for those who provide hope, education, and/or support for those living with mental illness.  Ann is part of the collaborative Seacoast Community Care Team which addresses individual cases with complex health, mental health, social and addiction needs, and collectively finds solutions for clients’ care and safety. She serves on the NH State BRSS-TACS policy group for Peer Support sustainability; is active with the Integrated Delivery Network in the Seacoast and Manchester; serves on the Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders Steering Committee of the Network4Health IDN; and the NH State First Episode Psychosis Steering Committee.  She is a current Board member of the NH Charitable Foundation’s Piscataqua Region Advisory Board.

Staff Generalists

Joseph (Joe) Hill johill@granitepathways.org

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Joe spent most of his career as a teacher in various subjects including: history, economics, and social studies. He has been with Seacoast Pathways from the beginning (2014) and completed colleague training at the Genesis Clubhouse in Worcester MA in December 2017 along with Scott, Ann, and a member. Joe enjoys creating homemade videos, watching movies, and baseball.

 

Scott Garnett sgarnett@granitepathways.org

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Scott spent his post college career in biotech working for several different Massachusetts and New Hampshire companies. He worked as a lab technician in quality control labs along with team lead for several projects. In 2015 he made a career change to human services for a better work/life balance, increased job satisfaction, and a shorter commute. Scott has been working for Seacoast Pathways since November 2016 and completed colleague training in December 2017. Scott enjoys hiking, running, gardening, music and artwork.