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Management Team


Patti Greenough, M.Ed., C.P.P., has more than 40 years experience in the field of substance abuse and mental health prevention and treatment with 30 years as the CEO of EPIC Behavioral Healthcare in St. Johns County, Florida. In her position as CEO, she has taken the agency from a small single focus organization to a multi-faceted behavioral health care service delivery system, expanding the agency to meet the ever increasing needs of her community including leading the effort to bring a 16-bed inpatient detox and residential treatment center to St. Johns County.

Patti is an active participant in several community and state organizations. She currently serves as the Chair of the Florida Behavioral Health Association, a Past-President of the Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association, and a member of the Board of Directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters Association of Florida. On a local level, Patti serves on several organizations including the St. Johns County Behavioral Health Consortium, Public Safety Coordinating Council, Health Leadership Council, Fetal Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) Team, PACT Prevention Coalition, Continuum of Care Planning Board Establishing Committee Workgroup, and the United Way Agency Directors Association.

In previous years, Patti served on the original committee of the Florida Certification Board to develop the certification for addiction prevention professionals and was an initial member of community boards and workgroups to address community need through the establishment of such entities as the PACT Prevention Coalition, Safety Shelter/Betty Griffin House, Kids Bridge Family Visitation Center, Communities in Schools, St. Johns County Juvenile Justice Council, the Community Health Improvement Partnership, Juvenile and Adult Drug Courts, West Augustine Weed and Seed Strategy, and the Emergency Services and Homeless Coalition. She was also instrumental in creating new substance abuse services in her community such as the Anti-Drug Initiative with the State Attorney’s Office, an in-jail addictions program with the Sheriff’s Office, Drug Treatment Court, and an alternative to suspension program with the School District. She also successfully transitioned the local Big Brothers Big Sisters agency under the EPIC umbrella which has allowed mentoring services in her community to expand exponentially.

Patti earned double major Bachelor Degrees in Psychology and Sociology from Florida State University and a Masters Degree in Counseling Education from Florida Atlantic University. Before coming to St. Augustine to assume her current position, Patti’s professional career included positions as a Juvenile Probation Counselor, Family Therapist, Clinical Director of a Residential Treatment facility, and Program Director of a Substance Abuse Prevention Unit. Patti has received several prestigious awards including the Leader of the Year from the Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association, Florida Distinguished Service Medal from the Adjutant General of the Florida National Guard, designation of Who’s Who in Prevention Leadership for the State of Florida, and the Sheriff’s Community Service Award.

Over the past 32 years, Patti has quintupled the size of EPIC Behavioral Healthcare and has successfully expanded the provision of prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery support services throughout her community relying on the integration of evidenced-based practices throughout all program service systems, continuous quality improvement, a diverse and committed local Board of Directors, and a proactive, experienced and dedicated staff.


Dr. Pomm is Board Certified in Psychiatry, Addiction Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. He is also a Certified Medical Review Officer. Dr. Pomm served on the Governor’s Commission on Mental Health and Substance Abuse. In 1992 he began working for the Impaired Professionals Program of the State of Florida, the Professionals Resource Program (PRN). From 1998 until 2011 he served as Medical Director for this organization. PRN serves 29 Healthcare Boards and Councils on matters relating to healthcare professionals’ impairment. Also, from 1994 until 2010, Dr. Pomm was an Expert Consultant to the Florida Board of Bar Examiners. He served as Medical Director for River Region Human Services from 1994 until 2017. Dr. Pomm serves as Chief Medical Officer for Gateway Community Services in Jacksonville, Florida. He is a Courtesy Assistant Professor in the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. In addition, he holds an appointment as Courtesy Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Florida. He has been a leader in the addiction field as it relates to the evaluation and treatment of co-occurring disorders and management of impaired professionals. He, most recently, was the author for Project Save Lives, as funded by the Jacksonville City Council. Dr. Pomm has received multiple awards, including “The Marie Award” from the American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence. He is an international speaker and has written multiple publications on issues surrounding addiction as well as healthcare professional impairment.


Sara provides oversight of our mental health and substance use programs. She has 14 years of experience working with children, adolescents and adults in the mental health and substance use field. Her most recent experience has been working as the Director of Outpatient Services for a non-profit community-based program. Sara has extensive knowledge in program development, quality assurance, HIV Case Management, behavioral health outpatient clinic management, addiction services and the integration of behavioral health and primary care health services for child, adolescent and adult populations. Sara received her Masters of Social Welfare from the University of Kansas. Sara has relocated to the St. Johns County area to be closer to family.


Teresa has more than 30 years’ experience working with non-profit organizations. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Education and a Master’s of Science degree in Counseling & Human Services, both from Florida State University. Her accomplishments include program management, marketing and public relations, special event and fundraising coordination, development and management of training programs, volunteer training, volunteer program management and crisis intervention. During her 20+ years at EPIC Behavioral Healthcare, she has been responsible for the management of their community-based prevention programs, the Big Brothers Big Sisters program and the agency fundraising activities and special events. Teresa is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive fund development strategy for the organization. She also serves as our media and public relations specialist. Teresa is an instructor for both QPR  (Question, Persuade, Refer – a Suicide Prevention strategy) and Youth Mental Health First Aid. She is also a recipient of the Who’s Who in Prevention Leadership for the State of Florida.


Tim joined EPIC in December, 2014 as Chef and Facility Manager for the new EPIC Recovery Center. Tim has over 30 years experience in the local restaurant and hospitality industry as chef, partner, and owner and has experienced the many facets of operating service oriented businesses. After ‘retiring’ from restaurant life, he began a new venture in setting up and operating private school lunch programs and also worked with the Council on Aging to modernize their Meals on Wheels and Congregate dining experience. Tim now oversees all of EPIC’s facilities.