Allison Trammell, LCSW

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Allison Trammell is the Chief of Quality Management at Behavioral Health Link.  She has more than 20 years of experience providing behavioral health services to various populations in a variety of treatment settings including inpatient, outpatient and in-home. She has also been responsible for managing inpatient and residential substance abuse programs.

Allison was hired as a contractor working with the Project Hope Program supervising staff who provided outreach services to those persons displaced by hurricane Katrina in 2005.  Due her clinical knowledge and success with Project Hope, she was hired full-time as the Director of Staff Development when BHL was awarded the contract to operate the Georgia Crisis & Access Line in 2006. She transitioned to her current role as Chief of Quality Management in 2009 where she provides clinical leadership and leadership in managing program key performance indicators and quality improvement projects. Among her many skills and duties, she is a registered ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) trainer facilitating the training for staff and community stakeholders.

Allison received her bachelor’s degree from Fordham University in New York City, New York, and her master’s from Clark Atlanta University School of Social Work, in Atlanta, Georgia.  She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.

What are you passionate about and why do you work for BHL? 

The services that BHL provides to the community are very unique and offer the public front door access to behavioral health services covering every range along the continuum of behavioral health care.  I am very proud of being part of an organization that integrates suicide prevention/intervention knowledge and skill development in its practice and backs it up with 24/7 availability.

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