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LEAD Fire Program


LEAD Fire Program Manager

Jessica Furnish-Coda previously worked as a certified peer support specialist providing outreach to those experiencing homelessness and opioid use disorder and has been a mental health case manager at Peninsula Behavioral Health.  She brings both clinical experience and experience being out in the field meeting people where they are at to support them in improving overall quality of life and wellness through social service support.  Along with case management experience, she practiced as a Substance Use Disorder Professional Trainee at Jamestown Healing Clinic. Jessica has been a part of two start up programs, State Targeted Response PATH with PBH and the opening of Jamestown Healing Clinic. Jessica is certified through Crisis Prevention Institute in de-escalation. She is also skilled with Motivational Interviewing and Trauma Informed Care.


Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

Kim Conley spent most of her career in emergency services, having worked as a paramedic, ER nurse, ICU nurse, Critical Care Transport Nurse, and Flight nurse. She's worked with Critical Incident Stress Management Teams providing peer support since 1998 and currently volunteers with the Clallam County Critical Incident Stress Management Team. She's looking forward to using her background and skills to help promote mental health care in Clallam County and as a member of the OPCC team.  


LEAD Case Management

Carolyn Hamilton joined OPCC/REdisCOVERY in early 2021 to begin the expansion of the REdisCOVERY Mental Health Field Response outreach program. Since joining OPCC, she has worked with all of the outreach, case management and other outward-facing programs at the clinic, including street and shelter clinics. She supervised the outreach and co-response teams before agreeing to help launch the LEAD Fire program. She is a co-responder with Clallam County Sheriff’s Office and Port Angeles Fire Department, and is authorized to provide services in Clallam County Jail. Carolyn holds certifications as a Certified Peer Counselor (CPC) and Certified Crisis Intervention Specialist (CCIS II). She is also a specialist in trauma informed care (TIC) and motivational interviewing (MI)


Medical Outreach Specialist

Jaqueline Lheureux was born, raised and ‘raising’ in Port Angeles. Her background includes 11 years in the caregiving industry as a CNA providing services in-home and in several facilities from assisted living to skilled nursing, including medication assistance. She holds a newly active phlebotomy certification & Medical Assistant through the Olympic Peninsula Community Clinic. Her current role with REdisCOVERY lets her provide connections through street outreach / shelter clinics / LEAD Fire referrals for social service interventions, housing coordination & she is beginning to learn some procedures for wound care. She also works during active clinical days as an MA-R under our Medical Director’s supervision.

Medical Respite

Viola Ware

Clallam Respite Care Supervisor


Viola Ware has worked in human services since 1994 starting in community corrections where she served as a Bureau of Prison Corrections Counselor and the Assistant Operations Director of a Seattle Work Release. Viola has served people experiencing homelessness in Clallam County since 2012 which includes Operations Director of Serenity House of Clallam County where Viola developed the first Youth-centered Coordinated Entry in the state and most recently as the Arrest and Jail Alternatives Coordinator with REdisCOVERY. Viola was awarded the Port Angeles Police Department Citizen’s Service Medal in June of 2017 alongside then Sergeant Jason Viada for their pioneering work matching housing services to PAPD foot patrols reaching out and housing our most vulnerable community members sheltering outside.

Viola is currently the Supervisor of Clallam Respite Care, building and operating a two-year pilot medical respite providing home recovery for people experiencing homelessness. She has served on the Clallam County Behavioral Health Advisory Board and the Port Angeles Safety Advisory Board. She currently has a seat on the Sarge’s Veteran Support Board of Directors and has been appointed by Governor Inslee to serve on Washington State’s Homeless Youth Prevention and Protection Advisory Committee.

OPCC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, religion or religious creed, disability or handicap, sex, gender, gender identity and/or expression, sexual orientation, military or veteran status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law.

Your generosity makes a difference in the lives of the people we serve.

Thank you for your support!

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