Meet our Community Support Services Team
Monique Adams, QMHPClinical Services Manager
Liz Barteld, LPCClinical Supervisor
Katie Stevens, MPPProgram Supervisor
Tamara Salinas, QMHACase Manager- Crisis
Michelle Harvey-MurphyEmployment Specialist
Kim PlummerEmployment Specialist
Adrienne StreaterLead Peer Coordinator
Stephen BradleyJail Diversion Supervisor and CIT Coordinator
Carmen FrostHousing Assistance Peer Specialist
Daniel VázquezCase Manager, Jail Diversion
Kristen Fourcade, QMHPMental Health Specialist I
Monique Adams, QMHP
Liz Barteld, LPC
Katie Stevens, MPP
Tamara Salinas, QMHA
Adrienne Streater came to work for Mid–Columbia Center for Living as the Lead Peer Coordinator in early 2019.
She graduated from Western Oregon University in Monmouth, Oregon. She enjoys equestrian activities and anything outdoors.
Stephen Bradley specializes in working with those with mental illness and coming in contact with legal/justice system. He works with community partners to provide supports, therapy, case management to consumers to increase quality of life and decrease risk to contact law enforcement.
Steve is also an after hours crisis workers, Oregon Certified Investigator and Examiner, Lic with the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists, certified to instruct Mental Health First Aid for Adults.
He presents as requested to community partners on the topics of mental illness, managing those with symptoms and de-escalation.
Steve obtained his MA in Counseling from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary , South Hamilton MA.
Hobbies include his dogs, birding, reading, running and being an overall nerd.
Carmen Frost currently holds the position of Peer Support Coordinator for the Housing Assistance Support (HAS) program which assists clients in finding and maintaining stable housing. She enjoys providing support to clients and assisting them in solving their challenges. Carmen’s certifications include Peer Support Specialist (PSS) – Adult Addictions, Adult Mental Health. Her interests are psychology, reading, writing, and travel.
Daniel Vázquez manages support and assistance to the behavioral health community in Hood River, Sherman, and Wasco counties through Center for Living’s Jail Diversion Program. Daniel has been an advocate and organizer for under-served and under-represented communities in Oregon as a public servant since 2011. He joined CFL in December of 2016 and has been part of the Jail Diversion Program ever since.
Daniel Vázquez earned a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Oregon and is a QMHA. He is a native Spanish speaker and provides services in Spanish. Daniel also studied and worked in East Asia for several years and speaks several Asian languages as well.
Daniel specializes in assisting clients reduce and eliminate their incarceration and recidivism rates as well as assisting clients with problem solving and independent living skills.
Kristen Fourcade, QMHP
Kristen Fourcade leads the early psychosis team, part of a state-wide safety net called the Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA). She is also the in-home therapist for adults who have both intellectual/developmental disabilities and mental health diagnoses.
Kristen has been with Center for Living for just over four years and loves what she does! She get to deliver services in the community and uses lots of creative problem-solving to help her clients live their best lives.
Kristin Fourcade also helps lead the Multi-Family Group and Workshop, present annually for the local Crisis Intervention Team, and helps after-hours with the mobile crisis team. She is currently a CSWA, but is just one large exam away from getting her clinical license (LCSW)!
In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, gardening, reading sci-fi/fantasy novels, and playing video games.