Wasilla Closure Hotline
Your care team is made up of several different staff members, each with designated responsibilities to help you lead your journey to whole-person health. Get to know our team better so you can select your
primary care provider.
Duronda Twigg, RN
Chief Nursing Officer
Layla Micheli, LPN
Samantha Bell, LPN
Sara Heller, LPN
Sunshine Community Health Center’s Behavioral Health Team is committed to providing evidenced-based treatments to help you accomplish your goals. Our person-centered, trauma-focused approach always puts you in the forefront to make decisions about your treatment and take strides to apply a recovery-oriented approach to our care-delivery. Our services can be provided in various formats: in-person, virtual, or in a group setting. We utilize various tools and technology to meet each patient’s unique needs, while also helping our clients obtain resources to improve their ability to relate and function in the world around them. We look forward to meeting and working with you to meet your mental health needs. Give us a call today to hear about our group schedule and provider availability.
Behavioral Health Administrative Coordinator
Behavioiral Health Administrative Coordinator
Tyler Mann, DDS
Interim Dental Director
Registered Dental Hygienist
Stephanie Stanley-Harrell, CHRO
Duronda Twigg, RN
Patient Financial Services Director
Sierra Winter Smith,
Community Relations Manager
Join Our Board!
As our board members’ terms end, we are enlisting potential new members. If you want to help improve the health and wellness of Mat-Su Alaskans, this is a terrific opportunity for you! We are looking for potential board members with expertise in long term planning, governance, risk management, finance, and health care quality.
Do you want to make a difference in your community? Board members provide the critical intellectual capital and strategic resources to power nonprofit success and strengthen communities. Each year hundreds of individuals dedicate their time and expertise to shape the future of nonprofit organizations in the Matanuska Susitna Valley through board service.
ARE YOU ONE OF THOSE PEOPLE?
You could be one of those individuals who:
is committed to sharing their time and talents to help make the world a better place
has specialized skills and expertise that could benefit a nonprofit board’s work
is willing to be enthusiastic advocates for an organization and encourage others to get involved
STRENGTHEN YOUR SKILLS!
Serving on a board is a wonderful way to support a cause that you care about. But it also can be a powerful way to build your own skills and expertise. Individuals who serve on a board have the opportunity to:
develop and grow as a leader
cultivate new skill sets
expand their network of peers, professionals, community leaders, and community thought leaders