MHSA, RN, Executive Director
Kevin has many years of experience combining direct service, system development and administrative management, mostly throughout central and southeastern Ohio. He is a registered nurse with much of his work focused on creating collaborative solutions with partners across health and human service systems and in alliance with therapeutic, housing and employment professionals. Related to his responsibilities as Executive Director of Integrated Services and through recent involvement with an array of healthcare reform ventures, Kevin is exploring themes of social innovation to reframe a sustainable local network approach to build a strong home and community dimension for person centered health homes. All of his consulting, teaching and system design work is grounded in a deep appreciation for the ageless cultural knowledge associated with everyday helping. Kevin is the co-author of Collaborative Helping: A Strengths Framework for Home Based Services (Wiley, 2014).
MHA, Chief Information Officer
Randall Haskins is the Chief Information Officer for Integrated Services for Behavioral Health. Mr. Haskins has many years of data management experience, including TCN Behavioral Health, where he was formerly Director of Information Technology and Vice-President for Non-Clinical Services. Randy shares the entrepreneurial spirit of Integrated Services and is proficient in a range of electronic health records, including Carelogic. He is an accomplished IT professional with both data management and operating systems skills. Randy provides top leadership for Health Priority Systems customers and affiliates as we all move together throughout the challenges associated with health care reform to discover unparalleled opportunities that lie beyond.
MSW, LISW-S, Chief Operating Officer
Samantha Shafer has worked in the field of behavioral health for nearly 20 years. She has experience with most every area of behavioral health, but over the years she has developed a special interest in children and families and substance use disorder treatment. Prior to joining Integrated Services in 2014, Samantha served as the Director of Early Childhood Mental Health programming for Hopewell Health Centers. Recently, she worked in partnership with Fairfield County Children Services to implement the innovative practice of “Family Search and Engagement/Family Group Decision Making Model” as a collaborative way to reduce out of home placements.
Craig M. Stewart
Chief Human Resource Officer
Craig Stewart served in a similar capacity previously at the Mid-Ohio Foodbank. Over the years, he has established himself in the fields of human resources and nonprofit corporate leadership, emphasizing quality of life for the employees he serves. Craig has newly committed himself to our broad mission of promoting healthy people and strong communities. His new role with ISBH will allow us to pursue a course for continued growth and development both within our region and across Ohio. Much of Craig’s initial time with ISBH is spent working to define the “new normal” associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. He provides our leadership team with the employee perspective needed to fully understand the promise and challenge associated with technology and remote work.
Chief Accounting Officer
David Wallace is the Chief Accounting Officer for Integrated Services for Behavioral Health. Mr. Wallace is a CPA and has many years of experience in both for profit and nonprofit organizations. He has worked in the behavioral health field since 2008. Most recently employed with a for profit consulting company, The Center for Innovative Partnerships, he joined Integrated Services in 2016. David’s focus is on maintaining a systemic software approach for managing the diverse segments of the organization. Supporting the organizational mission by timely, accurate financial reporting is David’s main goal.
Managing Director, Information Technology and Health Priority Systems
Brandon is passionate about the efficient use of technology. As an alumnus of The Ohio State University, he works hard to ensure the organization has the technology it needs to fully serve its clients and fulfill its mission. Brandon has lead various ISBH projects to improve the information security of the agency, increase the speed and reliability of the data networks that our providers rely upon to serve our clients, and adopt best practices in its use of CareLogic. He also oversees the Health Priority Systems subsidiary of ISBH, which focuses on helping smaller behavioral health agencies improve their billing processes and optimize use of their electronic health records. Away from work, he is a devoted husband and enjoys jogging, hiking and bicycling.
LPPC-S, Managing Director, Community Behavioral Health
Kim has been practicing in the field of Community Behavioral Health for over 25 years. Her passion is family preservation and promoting a healthy, strong community for all. She began her career with ISBH providing Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST) and has served in many roles throughout her career. In her current role, she supports the community based work across each county that is at the heart of ISBH's mission.
Rebecca Neubauer Eddy
Managing Director of Development
Rebecca is the Managing Director for Integrated Services for Behavioral Health. Rebecca is responsible for real estate development, construction and participates broadly in community affairs. Becky collaborates with leadership partners at Integrated Services to make sure that behavioral health and primary care innovation align efficiently with community development initiatives. She maintains a special focus on affordable and supportive housing in communities throughout central and southeastern Ohio.
LPCC-S, Managing Director of Behavioral Health Performance
Lindsey began her behavioral health career with a variety of assignments related to child and family mental health. She served as a supervisor of home-based and all related services for several years in one of our larger counties. Lindsey is now working closely with our entire leadership team to build a comprehensive care coordination capability that ensures much improved performance accountability within a supportive Collaborative Helping framework.