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Sandy Kerrigan

Sandy Kerrigan, MSW, LCSW-C is a Behavioral Health Manager with the Worcester County Health Department. She was hired with her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work at the Health Department in 2002 to work with children in schools. After becoming employed with the State of Maryland, Sandy decided to pursue her Master’s Degree in Social Work. While in school part-time, Mrs. Kerrigan continued to work at the Health Department and attained a specialty certification in Early Childhood Mental Health. Sandy earned her Master’s degree in 2008 from Salisbury University and obtained her clinical license in 2011. Sandy’s primary focus for the first 10 years of her career was children’s Mental Health. However, her dedication in the field ultimately lead her to supervision. In 2015, Sandy began overseeing programs she previously worked in as well as Targeted Case Management. From there, Sandy’s service population changed from children to adults and she quickly found her niche in program development. Sandy was a founding member of the Worcester County Homeless Outreach Team (aka HOT) which has received awards for its innovative approach and success rate. Sandy was instrumental in bringing one of the first two Safe Stations to the Eastern Shore. Mrs. Kerrigan holds steady programmatic oversite of numerous programs such as Peer Support, Emergency Department Care Coordination, Detention Center projects and ultimately interfaces with partners including but not limited to the following: Department of Social Services, the States Attorney, institutes for higher education, the recovery community, law enforcement, Emergency Services, and the Faith-based Community. Sandy’s dedication to making positive change paired with her commitment for follow-through has advanced local partnerships and allowed programmatic growth to meet the ever-changing needs of the Worcester County community.

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