Randy served in the U.S. Army for eight years. While he served, he developed a strong passion to help, serve, and give back to his community. Before becoming a Care Coordinator in late 2020 he was a Community Programs Coordinator that worked with severely emotionally disturbed children and adolescents at AK Child & Family. Randy has also worked as a […]
Noel was born and raised in Hawaii and, is a recent transplant to Alaska. He has his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Hawaii Pacific University. Noel joined Care Coordination of Alaska in 2020, having previously worked as a Resident Crisis manager and behavioral health technician, helping people with mental illness transition into the community. He was drawn to working with […]
Autumn joined the CCRA team in July 2020. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services and is pursuing her Master’s in Human Services Counseling. Autumn has spent the last four years working with Severely Emotionally Disturbed youth as a Direct Service Provider and Case Manager at Presbyterian Hospitality House. Additionally, she did two year-long internships at Valley Pathways School, […]
Sarah has been with Alzheimer’s Resource of Alaska (ARA) for over years. She initially worked as the program assistant for the care coordination department. Sarah has been providing care coordination services to seniors with ARA since June 2019.
Before working with ARA, she worked as a behavioral health associate with Denali Family Services. Sarah worked with young children and teens […]
Jessica has been providing care coordination through CCRA for over year, since March of 2019. Before this position, she worked at United Way, Covenant House, and STAR, cultivating 6 years of experience serving community members in the great state of Alaska.
Through Care Coordination, Jessica helps connect individuals with the services they need to lead safe and independent lives, with focus […]
Tami graduated from Biola University with a BA in Psychology. Her interest and the majority of her career has been in working with people with multiple challenges: intellectual & developmental disabilities, physical conditions & illnesses, substance abuse, mental health disorders, etc. Tami’s choice of careers was heavily influenced by her experiences with her youngest brother, who was born with a […]
As a Care Coordinator, I work with participants who need support to live safely and as independently as possible in the home of their choice by assisting them with getting services to maintain quality of life. I ensure that the participants have choice, safety, independence and dignity in home and community-based living with quality services to promote independence and incorporate […]
As a care coordinator, I am an advocate. My responsibility is to guide individuals who experience dementia related symptoms, and those who experience physical and/or intellectual disabilities. My roll, with support from the team, is to write the individual’s plan for supports granted under an annual waiver. The goal is to ensure they have enough support so that they can […]
Donny Cox has been a Care Coordinator since January 2018. He feels he helps individuals and their families navigate a complex system to obtain assistance with their every day physical needs and advocate for their wellbeing.
• Worked with the Medicaid state of Alaska programs since 2005
• Overseen Personal Care Assistant Agencies, worked with the IDD population and group homes