KRCC CEO attends legislative reception


Courtesy Photo Pictured is Kentucky River Community Care (KRCC) CEO and Executive Director Mary Meade-McKenzie (center) with Senator Johnny Ray Turner (right) and Judge Tim Feeley, the new deputy secretary of the Cabinet for Health & Family Services (left). Meade-Mckenzie recently attended a legislative reception in Frankfort, Ky. The reception is an annual event hosted by all of the community mental health centers in Kentucky, including KRCC. Each center is honored by receiving a plaque for a program that has shown tremendous growth and/or excellence throughout the prior year. The housing services department at KRCC was the honored program this year. CEO Meade-McKenzie believes that the honor was well received. “Housing First is not simply an initiative or an empty promise at KRCC - it is a firmly held belief that a safe, habitable home is not just a basic human need, but it’s also truly the foundation upon which to build a productive life,” Meade-McKenzie said. “The housing services staff at KRCC pours their heart and soul into providing housing services to the citizens of our eight counties and those who find their way here. I am privileged to work with people so dedicated to the mission of KRCC, which is to serve others.”


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Pictured is Kentucky River Community Care (KRCC) CEO and Executive Director Mary Meade-McKenzie (center) with Senator Johnny Ray Turner (right) and Judge Tim Feeley, the new deputy secretary of the Cabinet for Health & Family Services (left).

Meade-Mckenzie recently attended a legislative reception in Frankfort, Ky. The reception is an annual event hosted by all of the community mental health centers in Kentucky, including KRCC. Each center is honored by receiving a plaque for a program that has shown tremendous growth and/or excellence throughout the prior year. The housing services department at KRCC was the honored program this year. CEO Meade-McKenzie believes that the honor was well received.

“Housing First is not simply an initiative or an empty promise at KRCC – it is a firmly held belief that a safe, habitable home is not just a basic human need, but it’s also truly the foundation upon which to build a productive life,” Meade-McKenzie said. “The housing services staff at KRCC pours their heart and soul into providing housing services to the citizens of our eight counties and those who find their way here. I am privileged to work with people so dedicated to the mission of KRCC, which is to serve others.”

Courtesy Photo Pictured is Kentucky River Community Care (KRCC) CEO and Executive Director Mary Meade-McKenzie (center) with Senator Johnny Ray Turner (right) and Judge Tim Feeley, the new deputy secretary of the Cabinet for Health & Family Services (left). Meade-Mckenzie recently attended a legislative reception in Frankfort, Ky. The reception is an annual event hosted by all of the community mental health centers in Kentucky, including KRCC. Each center is honored by receiving a plaque for a program that has shown tremendous growth and/or excellence throughout the prior year. The housing services department at KRCC was the honored program this year. CEO Meade-McKenzie believes that the honor was well received. “Housing First is not simply an initiative or an empty promise at KRCC – it is a firmly held belief that a safe, habitable home is not just a basic human need, but it’s also truly the foundation upon which to build a productive life,” Meade-McKenzie said. “The housing services staff at KRCC pours their heart and soul into providing housing services to the citizens of our eight counties and those who find their way here. I am privileged to work with people so dedicated to the mission of KRCC, which is to serve others.”
http://hazard-herald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_Meade-McKenzie.jpgCourtesy Photo Pictured is Kentucky River Community Care (KRCC) CEO and Executive Director Mary Meade-McKenzie (center) with Senator Johnny Ray Turner (right) and Judge Tim Feeley, the new deputy secretary of the Cabinet for Health & Family Services (left). Meade-Mckenzie recently attended a legislative reception in Frankfort, Ky. The reception is an annual event hosted by all of the community mental health centers in Kentucky, including KRCC. Each center is honored by receiving a plaque for a program that has shown tremendous growth and/or excellence throughout the prior year. The housing services department at KRCC was the honored program this year. CEO Meade-McKenzie believes that the honor was well received. “Housing First is not simply an initiative or an empty promise at KRCC – it is a firmly held belief that a safe, habitable home is not just a basic human need, but it’s also truly the foundation upon which to build a productive life,” Meade-McKenzie said. “The housing services staff at KRCC pours their heart and soul into providing housing services to the citizens of our eight counties and those who find their way here. I am privileged to work with people so dedicated to the mission of KRCC, which is to serve others.”
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