Family First Health’s Center of Excellence provides patients with substance use disorders the support they need to reach, and maintain recovery. Our team links patients to community resources/support services, then walks alongside each patient to ensure that critical needs are met and that the patient remains in care for as long as needed. The goal – to give each patient the supports needed to get, and stay healthy. The team is currently seeing patients at our George Street, Hanover, and Columbia centers. For more information please call 717-801-4864.
Erin Cosgrove-Findley joined the Family First Health Center of Excellence (COE) program as the program manager at the onset of the program. She has a Master of Science in Clinical Psychology from Millersville University, a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from York College of Pennsylvania, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She feels privileged to have assisted with starting this program from the ground up and is very passionate about the work she does. When asked about the impact COE has on its patients, Erin shared that she has seen them “moving towards a healthier lifestyle and achieving the goals that they have always wanted to achieve.” Erin loves the positive impact the program has with patients and has watch them change their lives and build confidence.
Erin joined Family First Health because she knew about the good work being done and I wanted to be part of it to help the people in the community. In her free time Erin enjoys hanging out with her husband and animals, cooking, and being on the water or at the beach.
Tadd Hoffman joined Family First Health four years ago because he thought it was a great grass-roots organization that was really concerned about quality care for patients rather than profiting from them. He has spent time in our patient benefits department, the Caring Together HIV program, and ultimately joined the Center of Excellence (COE) program in spring of this year as their data analyst/administrative assistant. So why the change, and what drew Tadd to COE?
“It’s important to the communities that we serve. We are making our patients and their families lives better by providing them the necessary skills and assistance on their road to recovery.”
Tadd shared that getting to report out on the hard work and effort that the team puts in for their patients and building a sustainable program, makes it all worth it. In his spare time Tadd enjoys playing music, fishing, reading, and taking care of his cat-buddy, Deacon.