The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester CEO Patricia Carty has appointed Jonathan Routhier to the role of Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer.
“We are so excited to have Jonathan back on the MHCGM team. He brings with him a tremendous amount of knowledge, experience, and compassion. I am confident that Jonathan will be an excellent match for this position and a strong asset to MHCGM and the Community” said Carty.
With nearly three decades of progressive clinical and administrative leadership in behavioral health care and developmental disability service organizations, Routhier is a seasoned leader with a strong record of collaboration, organizational success, and clinical experience.
Prior to re-joining The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester (MHCGM), Routhier served as Executive Director of Community Support Network (CSNI) in Concord, NH where he was responsible for planning and leading all operations for the association of area agencies across the state. His contributions led to operational and financial improvements for the organization as well as programming benefits for members. Routhier joined CSNI in 2016 and prior to that served as Chief Financial Officer for WestBridge. Routhier started his career in 1993 as a Clinical Case Manager for The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester and remained with the agency in various roles until 2002.
Routhier earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from UNH, his Master of Social Work from Boston University, and his MBA from Franklin Pierce College.
For more than 60 years, The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester has provided exceptional evidence-based services to ensure that people of all ages have access to behavioral healthcare. As a leader in the mental health field and within the state of NH, The Mental Health Center is designated as a Recovery Friendly Workplace and provides essential services and supports to more than 11,000 each year. Visit www.mhcgm.org