Tammy Collins Appointed to Board of Liberation Programs, Inc.

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Liberation Programs, Inc., one of Fairfield County’s leading providers of behavioral health services focused on addiction treatment, has appointed Greenwich native Tammy Collins to its Board of Directors.

“It is an honor and privilege to serve on the board of an organization that provides treatment, support and hope to those suffering from addiction, delivered in a compassionate and non-judgmental way,” Tammy said. “I look forward to working with my colleagues at Liberation Programs to advance the mission of helping people within our community restore their lives.”

Tammy has over 15 years of hands-on management experience in treasury, finance and accounting functions, primarily in the financial services industry.

She has worked for such companies as GE Capital Corporation and Bear, Stearns & Co. performing financial analysis, envisioning new ways to approach financial issues and developing and executing solutions for improving and streamlining business processes.

Collins has also volunteered extensively in the Greenwich community serving in various nonprofit Board and Committee positions. She holds an M.B.A. from Columbia Business School and a B.A. from Dickinson College.

Tammy resides in Greenwich with her husband David, her daughter Brooke, who will attend Bucknell University in the fall, and their dog Mercury.

Liberation Programs, Inc. is one of Fairfield County’s leading behavioral heath service providers specializing in the treatment of a variety of addictions including opiates, alcohol, stimulants and depressants.

The agency serves over 2,000 people a year at service sites in Greenwich, Stamford, Norwalk and Bridgeport that include outpatient and inpatient programs, services for youth and families, education and prevention efforts, medication assisted treatment and permanent supportive housing.


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