Outer Cape Health Services has announced that licensed social worker Meara Baldwin has been named director of Behavioral Health for the federally qualified community health center.
In addition to providing oversight of the organization’s behavioral program and clinicians, she will see patients in Wellfleet and Harwich Port. Baldwin succeeds Dikke Hansen, who is retiring from OCHS.
Previously, Baldwin worked as a clinician with Cape Cod Healthcare and as the behavioral health director for the Kodiak Area Native Association of Alaska. Baldwin is trained in dialectical behavior therapy skill building and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and is certified in Problem Solving Therapy in a Primary Care Setting.
A resident of Chatham, Baldwin received a bachelor of arts degree from Yale University and a master in Social Work degree from the University of Southern California