Tim Murphy has over 30 years of experience treating individuals with mental illness and substance abuse issues. He has served as the Administrative Director of Psychiatric Services at Salem Hospital, and was one of the founders of Liberty House, a Child Abuse Assessment Center. From 2005 to 2008, Tim was on the faculty of the National Technical Assistance Center, and he also served as a national educator and trainer for SAMHSA.
Prior to establishing Bridgeway Recovery Services, Tim was the Chief Executive Officer of Maui Youth and Family Services on the island of Maui, HI. He is also the co-author of “Restraint and Seclusion: The Model for Eliminating their Use in Healthcare.”
Renee Hancock has over 20 years of experience in human services and is dedicated to creating an organized culture where clients feel safe, supported and welcomed. Her role as the Chief Operations Officer includes establishing policies and practices that promote Bridgeway culture and procedures.
Isaac Vandergon brings over 15 years of Management and Finance experience as Bridgeway’s Chief Financial Officer. In addition to his role in finance, Isaac also helps oversee many of the digital functions of the organization including the Electronic Health Record and employee Intranet portal. When not working, he enjoys volunteering in the community, spending time with his family, traveling, and enjoying the many outdoor offerings of the Pacific Northwest.
Tina Bialas has worked with individuals struggling with both mental health and addictions issues for nearly 20 years. Her areas of special interest include adult ADHD, drug court treatment programs, women’s issues in recovery, and the use of nutritional supplements in treatment. Tina is dedicated to empowering people to achieve healthy and functional lives through education, collaboration and support.
Doug brings over 29 years of public service experience to his role as Bridgeway’s Director of Medically Managed Withdrawal, where he oversees all program operations and provides staff support. Prior to working at Bridgeway, Doug served as a Marion County Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant. Some of his achievements in this role included implementing and managing the Student Opportunities for Achieving Results (SOAR) program and working with Marion County’s Drug Court team. Doug is passionate about helping individuals heal and return to our community as family members, friends, and coworkers.
Ronell Warner is a twenty-year veteran of the nonprofit sector whose background in education and social welfare reflect her mission: to invest in people and help them thrive. As Director of Human Resources, she ensures every Bridgeway employee has the resources, training, and support they need to be successful and fulfilled.
Char Tong has 28 years of experience in professional social work and health care management. Before joining Bridgeway’s team, Char held various leadership positions including the Director of Mental Health Projects for a local federally qualified community health center. Her professional experience includes medical social work, veteran mental health, substance abuse and general social work, youth corrections, mental health and homeless services, and adult mental health services.
Dr. Rosborough has been Bridgeway’s Medical Director since its inception in 2009. After graduating from OHSU medical school in Portland he began his primary care practice in Mollala, Oregon. When not attending to his patients Dr. Rosborough can be found on a lake, stream or river with a fly rod in his hand and his lab Fisher by his side.
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