Amy Horton (she, her, hers) has over eight years of experience managing homelessness and behavioral health technical assistance (TA) and evaluation initiatives. She is a skilled project manager with experience in program evaluation and quality improvement methods, including the Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycle for improvement.
Amy coordinates an annual qualitative evaluation of Medicaid-funded Children’s Behavioral Health Initiative (CBHI) services in Massachusetts. She also manages multiple training, consultation, and workforce development initiatives designed to improve practice in the CBHI service system, including the CBHI Licensure Reimbursement Program, which provides financial support to CBHI staff seeking independent licensure. She previously participated in the national evaluation of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration’s Cooperative Agreements for the Benefit of Homeless Individuals States and Communities grants and conducted compliance reviews for the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) Supportive Services for Veteran’s Families (SSVF) grants. Amy was previously the TA and Training Coordinator for TAC’s TA contracts with the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the VA.
Prior to joining TAC, Amy worked at a Community Development Corporation, overseeing a HOME-funded first-time homebuyer program and a neighborhood revitalization initiative funded by a Community Development Block Grant.