Odie Bacon, RN-BC, CCM, BSN, MSN
Odie Bacon earned her Master’s of Science in Nursing Leadership and Management from Western Governor’s University of Washington. She is a Board-Certified Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse and a Certified Case Manager. Odie is interested in how to effectively improve individual’s behaviors and built-in environments to prevent and manage chronic diseases. Odie provides individual, customized care that caters to all aspects of her clients - centered on the body, mind and spirit.
Lisa Baril, LPN
Lisa graduated from Florida Hospital College of Health Sciences as a Licensed Practicing Nurse. She believes that when caring for someone, thinking of the whole person is most important. Lisa’s philosophy of care is that true wellness is not achieved by medical care alone, but through healing relationships that speak to people's minds, bodies and spirits.
Jill Jones, BSN, RN
Jill Jones earned her Bachelor's of Nursing Science from Western Governor's University. Her clinical experience includes hospice and palliative nursing, as well as inpatient medical, surgical, and oncology nursing, serving patients with a wide range of chronic and acute conditions and coordinating post hospitalization care. Jill applies her advanced symptom management expertise to solve complicated medical situations. Her goal is to plan how individuals can live their best lives - promoting well-being, peace of mind, prevention, and in-place support in order to cope with any situation.
Krista Koval, BA
Krista graduated from Washington State University with a Bachelor’s of Art degree in Human Development, including Aging studies and a certificate in Gerontology. She has over 6 years of experience working as a Social Services Director in skilled nursing. Krista is passionate in working with the elderly. She assists in decision-making and provides support and relief to families by utilizing her network of local resources. She continually looks for different ways to help her clients.
Jenifer Nazarowski, LICSW, CMC
Jenifer completed her undergraduate studies at Pacific Lutheran University and earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Walla Walla University. Early in her career, she worked with CPS coordinating adoptions and working with individuals who have developmental needs. More recently, her experience includes hospital (ER), home health, hospice and counseling geriatric patients during crisis situations. Jenifer is a strong advocate and enjoys assisting families and clients – navigating them through the barriers and obstacles of healthcare.
Janet Pomeroy, MSW, CMC
Janet has over 15 years of experience as a Medical Social Worker, assisting clients and families with their medical, social and care needs. Janet earned her Master’s in Social Work from University of Georgia and offers a comforting and supportive style when working with her clients. She is able to find creative solutions and resources to challenging situations, with a focus on increasing a sense of wellness, reducing stress and honoring each individual’s unique life journey.
Laurie Thompson, LMHCA
Laurie is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate and behavior consultant for Washington State, local facilities and private clients in our community. As a member of the South Sound Alzheimer’s Council, she is an active advocate for families throughout Thurston, Mason and Grays Harbor counties. Laurie is passionate about walking with clients through their entire journey and navigating the unique experiences that come along the way. She works with clients that are in transition and facilitates support groups for older adults. Laurie meets with families to consult about placement, treatment options, family problem solving and other areas related to aging.
Leah Roos, RN
Leah graduated from Tacoma Community College with her degree as a Registered Nurse in 2008. Since then, she has worked in various inpatient and outpatient settings including medical/surgical oncology, trauma intensive care, palliative care, and hospice services. Leah has enjoyed working as a Care Manager for hospice where she was part of an interdisciplinary team of professionals providing individualized, holistic, and compassionate care to patients and families. Leah believes in honoring each client’s journey by carefully weaving a plan of care together constructed from each person’s values, goals, and vision for both their present and future selves.
Tarra Vega, RN
Tarra’s experience in community nursing, homecare and long-term care allows her to provide valuable insight, focusing on improving patient outcomes after discharge and decreasing re-hospitalization rates. She studied Geriatric and Palliative Care at the University of Washington and her passion to help others became a motivation for her to advance her career in nursing. In 2012 and 2013, she was awarded the Extraordinary Home Health Achievement Award, recognizing her work in treating disabled veterans and educating the community on preventative care.