Anne Marie Lynch, MSW, LCSW
Anne Marie Lynch received her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Missouri – St. Louis with a concentration in children and families, along with a graduate certificate in Non-Profit Management and Leadership. Anne Marie has been working with people with addiction since 2000, when she provided individual and group therapy for a residential program for youth in the criminal justice system. Since that time, Anne Marie has provided treatment and led programs in residential settings for emotionally disturbed children and adolescents, hospital outpatient psychiatric programs and residential and outpatient addiction treatment programs. Anne Marie is also active in training other professionals as social workers as well as alcohol and drug counselors. She has been on faculty at both the University of Missouri – St. Louis School of Social Work and St. Louis University School of Social Work. Anne Marie is an approved supervisor for Missouri social work licensure, a Missouri Credentialing Board Qualified Supervisor and has specialized training in dialectical behavior therapy. Anne Marie has a passion for helping people, clients and families make improvements in their lives as they learn new skills and learn to view themselves and the world differently. In her spare time, Anne Marie enjoys training and showing dogs, reading, gardening, camping and spending time with family and friends.
Dr. Jan Onik
Dr. Onik is a board certified family physician who has practiced locally for 28 years. He is a staff member at Pike County Memorial Hospital and employed by Hannibal Regional Medical Group, at Pike Medical Clinic, in Louisiana and Bowling Green, MO. He is active in community organizations, and he has lived in this area his entire life.
MSN, RN-Director of Nursing
Lindsay received her Masters of Science in Nursing, Nursing Executive degree from Chamberlain College of Nursing in Addison, Illinois. Lindsay has over 18 years in the nursing field, and 6 of those years in nursing leadership experience in a non-profit acute care/outpatient setting. She has served on committees and was actively involved in improving patient outcomes while serving on the Patient Centered Care Team. Lindsay was selected as the Rising Star of the Year in 2014 by her peers. In 2017, Lindsay was a Daisy Award recipient nominated by a patient’s family. Lindsay has a passion for leadership and for helping to make a difference in the lives she touches every day. In her spare time, Lindsay enjoys spending time with her family, camping, golfing, and attending sporting events.