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Haley Suskauer, MPH

MATCH Program Manager/Case Manager

Haley serves as MATCH Program Manager and Case Manager. She grew up in Eastern North Carolina. Her love for behavioral health took her to The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to study Psychology. Haley spent her four years at UNC working with patients suffering with behavior health disorders. She later received her Masters in Public Health with a concentration in Health Promotion at Liberty University in Virginia. Haley's experience includes working with various health promotion programs and bioterrorism. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and cheering on the UNC Tar Heels to another National Championship.

Haley says, "improving our community's health means looking beyond the typical doctor's office. We must also take a deeper look at other factor's that influence our health such as the physical environment, health practices, coping skills, and the economic environment. In order to take control of our health, we must take a holistic approach."

Amy Vaughn

Enrollment Specialist/ Case Manager

"The M.A.T.C.H. program  takes a unique and holistic approach to health by not only providing access to quality care, but utilizing valuable resources in the community to address the social and economic needs of our clients.  By looking at the bigger picture, and addressing the multiple challenges our clients face, we hope to give more people the opportunity to lead healthier successful lives.  As a life long resident of this community it is truly a privilege to have a role in helping the region become a healthier place to live and work.”

Casey Trejo, BS

Enrollment Specialist

Casey serves as an Enrollment Specialist for the MATCH Program. Casey grew up in Marion surrounded by the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. She followed her dream of helping individuals with special needs and attended Western Carolina University to receive her Bachelors in Communications Sciences and Disorders and Spanish. During her time at WCU, Casey traveled to Costa Rica for 6 months to work with families and children with speech and language disorders. She has played an active role in the National Special Olympics and Farmworker Health Program. Casey says, “I would like my community to know that my door is always open, as we are here to alleviate the burden of their challenges, in making linkages to community resources and providing services to live a better quality of life.”

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