Patti Holland, M.S.,has over 25 years of experience working to advance recovery-oriented services and systems, with an emphasis on supportive housing, psychiatric rehabilitation, and evidence-based practices. She has provided technical assistance to several states on developing supportive housing services under Medicaid, with an emphasis on provider qualifications, certification, and training. Currently, she is the Assistant Director for Mindfulness in Public Health and Medicine Initiatives at Brown University, where she designs and teaches evidence-based therapeutic mindfulness training and programs for individuals experiencing stress-related health conditions and those with behavioral health conditions including anxiety, depression, and substance use disorders. Prior to this, she was a Senior Associate at TAC where she led a permanent supportive housing provider TA, training, and coaching initiative in Louisiana to support evidence-based supportive housing service delivery for a cross-disability population. Ms. Holland’s consulting work reflects a comprehensive approach to systems change and service delivery. Her past experience includes positions held in nonprofit administration, academia, and state government.