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Katherine Stoddard Pope

Chief Executive Officer

STARCARE LUBBOCK

HQ Phone:  (806) 766-0310

Direct Phone: (806) ***-****direct phone

Email: c***@***.org

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STARCARE LUBBOCK

904 Ave O

Lubbock, Texas,79408

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Corporate Board

Medical Mutual Insurance Company of Maine


Administrative Assistant

Maine Medical Center corporation


Executive Director, MHMR Services

Concho Valley


ician; Past Vice President

Spectrum Medical Group P.A


Affiliations

Lubbock Chamber of Commerce

Board Member


Hospice Inc

Co-Founder


Maine Medical Association

Chair of the Legislative Committee


Colby College

Board Member


Maine Medical Partners

Honorary Trustee


MaineHealth

Officio Trustee


Spring Harbor Hospital

Officio Trustee


Maine Mental Health Partners

Honorary Trustee


Miles Memorial Hospital

Honorary Trustee


St. Andrews Hospital

Honorary Trustee


Mid-Coast Mental Health Center

Honorary Trustee


LincolnHealth Inc

Honorary Trustee


HomeHealth

Honorary Trustee


National Audubon Society Inc

Board Member


Education

M.D.


MA


undergraduate degree

English

Colby College


Web References(52 Total References)


STARCARE LUBBOCK - ELCA

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The committee, co-chaired by Aretha Marbley, Ph. D. Associate Professor with the Texas Tech College of Education and Cathy Pope, CEO of StarCare Specialty Health System, was not included in the grant and was informally composed of organizations that historically provided services in East Lubbock.


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Cathy Pope
(806) 766-0220 StarCare Specialty Health System


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Cathy Pope, CEO of StarCare Specialty Health Systems, said there's a stigma about mental health conversation in West Texas.
People don't like to discuss it, Pope said. "We have to pull together," Pope said The community should have an emergency mental health care center to visit by Sept. 1, adding an additional resource for area patients, she said. During the final address for the event, Pope suggested gathering group members for another meeting in the future to continue the conversation.


lubbockonline.com

Cathy Pope, CEO of StarCare Specialty Health System in Lubbock, will receive the Lifetime Service Award, and Danny Servance, head football coach at Estacado High School in Lubbock, will receive the Mentor of the Year Award.


lubbockonline.com

"The bottom line is without help, he will be back how he was," said Cathy Pope, chief executive officer at Lubbock Regional MHMR.
Pope credits the Lubbock County Detention Center's Special Needs Pod with helping get Robert stabilized. That's why it is important to get these now-patients into outpatient services and in steady contact with MHMR staff, Pope said. However, Lubbock MHMR is currently overcapacity, and state-mandated cutbacks have hurt it even more, Pope said. The first step, Pope said, is establishing a household. Many patients have nothing when they're released from jail - no clothes, towels, dishes or toiletries. Pope said she prefers to try to find long-term housing for newly released patients instead of sending them to shelters. Many patients with special needs don't function well in a group setting, such as the Salvation Army. "The last thing we want to do is put them in a group setting for three days and then out on the street during the day," Pope said. "That's not really very conducive to a good transition." Some are fortunate enough to have a place to go back to - some semblance of a home life. Others are not so lucky, Pope said. "If they were homeless, then they have nothing left," Pope said. That includes Social Security and Medicaid benefits. If they were receiving benefits before they got locked up, they've lost them and must reapply. They can't reapply until the day they get out, Pope said. "If we could get benefits established before they leave jail, that would be a huge help," she said. If everything goes perfectly, they could start receiving benefits in about 30 days, Pope said.


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