Our Team

Hilary Schuler

Drug Free Community Partnership Coordinator

Community Health Improvement at Dartmouth-Hitchcock

Danielle Mackey

Young Adult Strategies Coordinator

Community Health Improvement at Dartmouth-Hitchcock

Lauren Chambers

Substance Misuse Continuum of Care Facilitator

Community Health Improvement at Dartmouth-Hitchcock

Andrea Smith

Substance Misuse Prevention Coordinator

Community Health Improvement at Dartmouth-Hitchcock

Officers

Name Organization Role
Bob Sherman Greater Eastern Radio Chair
Matt Herbert Norwich Fire Dept Vice Chair
Lyndsay Porreca Valley Court Diversion Secretary
Kimberly Knowlton-Young Private Practice Psychotherapist Alternate Officer
Vacant Vacant Alternate Officer

Coalition Representatives

Name Organization Coalition Sector Representing
Bridget Meehan Hanover High School Youth Sector Member
Frieda Meehan Circle Up Parent Sector Member
Bob Sherman Great Eastern Radio Media Sector Member
Lyndsay Porreca Valley Court DiversionYouth Serving Organization Sector Member
Meagan Henry Lebanon Recreation Department Local Government Sector Member
Stacey Chiocchio Hypertherm Business Sector Member
Nicole Coleman Upper Valley Business Alliance Civic Organization Sector Member
Steve Kelly Better Life Partners Substance Use Treatment Sector Member
Elizabeth Powers Richmond Middle School School Sector Member
Matt Herbert Norwich Fire Department Healthcare Sector Member
Chief Sam Frank Canaan Police Department Law Enforcement Sector Member
Pastor Kyle Seibert Our Savior Lutheran Church Religious/Fraternal Sector Member

The Public Health Council’s mission is to improve the health of Upper Valley residents through shared public health initiatives and services within a network of community stakeholders. ALL Together works closely with the PHC as it’s Substance Misuse Workgroup. Substance use affects all aspects and sectors of society, so in partnership with the PHC, ALL Together works across sectors, bringing together diverse community voices, breaking down the silos that traditionally kept public health efforts separate. This model has led to countless successful collaborative efforts around not only substance misuse prevention, but also emergency preparedness, mental health, older adult health, and more.