Committee Member of the Month
Adult and Child Center
Stephanie Beasley Yoder is the Chief Operating Officer for Adult and Child Health, a private non-profit integrated healthcare and social services organization serving residents throughout central Indiana. As a certified Community Mental Health Center, Licensed Child Placement Agency, and Federally Qualified Look Alike program, Adult and Child Health provides a wide range of mental health, addictions, physical health and child welfare services for at-risk, underserved populations.
Ms. Yoder received her B.S. from Indiana University Bloomington, majoring in Criminal Justice and Sociology and received her Master’s in Social Work in 2004 from Indiana University School of Social Work. Prior to joining Adult & Child, Ms. Yoder spent 13 years working with the Department of Child Services. Beginning in front line child protection services, Ms. Yoder held several positions ultimately having senior responsibility over development and implementation of child welfare practice reform and statewide field delivery of child welfare services. Following DCS, Ms. Yoder spent 4 years with a statewide nonprofit as a consultant in the areas of strategic planning, organizational development, capacity building, project development, and executive coaching.
In March 2013, Ms. Yoder came to Adult and Child Health as Director of Child and Adolescent Services. After 1 year Ms. Yoder was promoted to Chief Operating Officer over mental health, addictions and child welfare programs. Under Ms. Yoder’s leadership, Adult and Child has significantly improved and expanded access to care, services, program revenue and number of clients served. In addition to leading growth and expansion to better meet community needs, Ms. Yoder assures services are provided with quality, compassion, and innovation as evidenced by the client feedback, community awards and professional recognition A&C has received.
Stephanie resides in Mooresville, Indiana with her husband and children.