Our Team


Adrien Boyd

Family Engagement Coordinator

Adrien walks beside families as they build a vibrant family movement and bring family voice to the system of care. She provides support, empowerment and training as someone who is passionate about advocacy for mental health because of the empowerment she has experienced through raising a child with a mental health challenge. She is a member of community committees, such as the Preschool Intervention and Referral Team, to share family voice. 


When you look, you see. Adrien Boyd

Darlene Radcliff

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant

Darlene is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and a Registered Play Therapy Supervisor (RPT-S), whose work has focused on helping young children and their caregivers recover from trauma, and build resilience, in the context of deep caring relationships and the adventure of playing together.

In the spirit of living a joyful, resilient life, Darlene tries to spend as much time as possible in nature, and recently fulfilled a life-long dream of visiting the beautiful Sequoia and Redwood forests!  She plays daily with her family and Siberian Husky, and frequently joins with other family members in learning to speak German.  😊

There are three ways to ultimate success

The first way is to be kind.

The second way is to be kind.

The third way is to be kind. Fred Rogers

Amy Seipel

SOC Operations Coordinator

Amy spends a lot of time typing emails. Like, a lot of time. She coordinates the day-to-day workings of The SOURCE projects, provides support to the team and supervises the Family and Youth Engagement Coordinators. She is is an ACE Interface Master Trainer and partners with others to provide free presentations on ACEs. 

Amy is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with over 15 years experience working with children and their families. 


Children do not come in pieces. They come in families, and families come in communities. Communities are affected by the culture and by public policies. We have to have multiple strategies. We have to break down all these silos, address the needs of the whole child, and push forward with persistence and passion. Marion Wright-Edelman

Darial Sterling

Cultural and Linguistic Competency Coordinator

Darial collaborates with service providers, leaders and stakeholders to help put systems and programs in place to reduce disparities among minority youth who struggle with mental and/or behavioral health challenges. With the help of the CLC committee and system of care partners, Darial gathers data from Elkhart County’s systems to analyze for disparities and disproportionalities and develops CLC plans to help reduce these disparities and disproportionate numbers. Darial uses the Cultural and Linguistic Appropriate Services (CLAS) Standards as the standard and guide for all services and program implementation.


One of Darial’s life mottos is “What you do will come back to you.”

Shin Yee Tan

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant

Shin Yee travels around childcare settings in Elkhart county, providing support to the teachers and parents for the little ones. She meets with caregivers where they feel most comfortable and has monthly meetings with parents and teachers to share ideas to help their children. She also relies on the Preschool Intervention and Referral Team, which consists of preschool experts in the community, to help her with her work.

Shin Yee is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with a Master’s degree in Child Development and Social Work. She has worked with children and adolescents since 2010. She enjoys being silly with her two young, cute children and exposing them to different food and places.


“It takes a village to raise a child” is a concept that guides Shin Yee’s work.

Cory Witmer

Juvenile Justice Mental Health Consultant

Cory is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) and the Mental Health Consultant for the Juvenile Intake Project in Elkhart County. 

Cory has been working with youth and their families in a variety of settings for the past 15+ years. He enjoys spending time with his wife and three kids, camping, hunting, reading, and serving as a volunteer youth leader at his church.

Blessed are those who trust in the Lord and have made the Lord their hope and confidence.  Jeremiah 17:7

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