Case Management

GMHC’s Case Management division assists adults with realizing their treatment goals through support, advocacy, outreach, planning and linkage to community resources.


Andy KAndy Kemp
Adult Case Management Program Supervisor

Andy joins the Gallatin Mental Health Center’s Case Management team after two years of working at The Gallatin Re-entry Program. Andy attended the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, where he earned a B.F.A. in the department of Letters and Sciences. Before working at the Re-entry Program, Andy was employed as a broadcast journalist for 10 years with CNN and NBC Montana. Andy moved to Montana in 2008 with his two children.

Sunny Rae YocumSunny Rae Yocom, BA
Adult Case Manager
Sunny Rae began working at GMHC in March of 2008, through a marvelous twist of fate, when she became the case manager for the PATH program.  Shortly thereafter, she increased her caseload, swiftly shifting gears following the completion of the PATH grant to become an integral part of the case management team. Sunny Rae currently manages the Dorothy Eck housing complex in addition to providing full-time case management services. A consummate housing guru, Sunny Rae is actively committed to her work improving the lives of chronically homeless populations and has been an irreplaceable part of both the GMHC and case management teams. She holds a degree in Literature and Business from Montana State University. In her spare time, Sunny Rae enjoys spending time with her family.

Kate Tillson
Adult Case Manager
Kate Tillson brings to her work a passion for helping others ignited by her sociology and criminology coursework at MSU. Working for GMHC solidifies her love of giving back to the community she now calls home. Originally from California, Kate comes from a family of social workers who inspire her to continue serving the Gallatin Valley in any way she can. When not at GMHC, she enjoys spending her time with friends and family and appreciating all that Montana has to offer.

Jenna Londynsky, BS
Adult Case Manager
Jenna brings to Gallatin Mental Health Center an unwavering dedication and energy for working with individuals with mental illness and those experiencing homelessness.  She received her BS in Secondary Education, Social Studies, with a minor in Psychology from Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont.  Upon graduating, she completed an AmeriCorps VISTA year in Fayetteville, North Carolina where she worked with behavioral health and helping professions serving the military community.  After finishing her VISTA year, Jenna accepted a position at the Billings mental health center in their homeless outreach program (PATH).  This was her first direct service experience and she had never been West of Ohio – best move ever.  Now at GMHC, there is no doubt that her passion lies in social work.  She is currently working on her MSW from the University of North Dakota and enjoys incorporating Motivational Interviewing techniques.  In her spare time, you can find Jenna attempting to fly fish, reading Harry Potter, and / or hiking to remote mountain lakes.  She grew up in New Jersey so you will have to excuse her pronunciation of “cawfee”.

 

bio photoJustina Clinch

As a Montana State University graduate with a BS in Applied Psychology, Justina has a passion for mental health and social work. She moved from her home in Colorado to Montana in 2011 and has made the Gallatin Valley her new home. Along side her work at GMHC, she also is involved with HAVEN where she volunteers and advocates for their clients as well. At home, Justina enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and dogs, enjoying the outdoors, and doing crafts.


Shari Hagen

Bio coming soon…