Lorrie Wick – Executive Director

After 20 years of working and volunteering in the human services non-profit field, she gained the know-how to better help individuals and communities address challenging life situations. Lorrie values connectedness, resiliency, and the power of positive relationships, to help one another rise above adversity.

After her children were grown, Lorrie returned to school to finish a Bachelor of Science at CA Sacramento State University, and a Master of Science in Psychology at Grand Canyon University. 

During her off time, Lorrie enjoys relaxing in her country-side home with her husband and catching up with her adult children and grand-daughter, who live in Southern Oregon. 

Coleen Roberts – Board President

My passion for helping those with a mental illness began after watching a close family member who was diagnosed with a severe mental illness try to navigate the mental health system and get into treatment. In that search for help, I found and joined the local National Alliance on Mental Illness and have been a member for 20 years, of which 10 of those years I have served as a board member. Through that same NAMI group, I became interested in Crisis Intervention Training and worked as the CIT coordinator for Douglas County for several years with the Roseburg Police Dept. and was awarded the Chief’s award for that work in 2018. During that same year, with the help of our NAMI board members, we were able to get the Chadwick Clubhouse established. My husband and I had a rental property we were will willing to donate for the use of the clubhouse to get it started. We have since moved into a larger facility. I served as the Clubhouse Director while under NAMI Oregon’s 501c3 and moved to the Board Chair Position after we gained our own 501c3 in Jan. of 2020. I recently retired from 20 years as a Corporate Pilot for Roseburg Forest Products and am still doing some part-time commercial flying. 

Deanna Watson – Vice President

I am a retired RN. I worked for 28 years as a Healthcare Quality Professional at VA Roseburg Healthcare System. I live on a working cattle ranch in Winston, Oregon. I am the mother of two adult children who have been diagnosed with serious mental illness, and so am passionate about improving services to individuals with serious mental illnesses. I have been a member of NAMI for a number of years and serve on the NAMI Douglas County Affiliate Board. I also serve on the Community Advisory Council for Umpqua Health Alliance. The Douglas County Affiliate Board was instrumental in establishing and opening Chadwick Clubhouse in 2018.

Allison Hoddle – Board Treasurer

Allison Hoddle is our Board Treasurer and has lived in Roseburg for 5 years. She works part-time for Wicks Emmett, a local accounting firm that specializes in non-profits, has experience in general ledger accounting and has functioned as a treasurer for a district AA organization.

Carol Eck – Board Member

Carol Eck is the Director of Behavioral Health Services for Mercy Medical Center. She holds a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology and Business Administration.

Her experience includes leadership as a director and CEO of inpatient psychiatric programs, outpatient community mental health programs, and emergency department crisis consultation.

Dan G. McKinney – Board Member

Mr. McKinney joined the firm of Reid & Hellyer in 1981 upon graduation and remained with that firm as a shareholder from 1985 to 2003. Mr. McKinney was the head of the litigation department and managing partner of that 40 attorney firm. He left in 2003 and relocated to Roseburg Oregon where he is currently a principal in the firm of McKinney & Sperry, PC also known as DC Law. Mr. McKinney has received an AV Preeminent rating issued by Martindale- Hubbell. This is the highest rating an attorney can receive, only the top 4 percent of attorneys have that rating. Mr. McKinney has been active with his bar associations and he received the California State Bar Association award for Pro Bono service in 1994. He was President of the Douglas County Bar association in 2007 and has been appointed to be a Judge pro tempore by the Oregon Supreme Court and he occasionally sits as a judge when one or more of the currently sitting judges are on vacation. Mr. McKinney was a lecturer of real estate law at the University of California Riverside for many years and has presented programs on real estate law for the California State Bar, and the American Bar Association and the American Groundwater Trust Association. He has been an adjunct professor of Real Estate law at Umpqua Community College, and is Chairman of the Paralegal Studies Program. Dan is also on the board of Common Ground Mediation and Chadwick Clubhouse. He has been married to his wife Tina for 40 years and they have 7 children and 14 grandchildren and he enjoys playing on their 185 acre ranch in Oakland Oregon.

Fred Dorman – Board Member

Fred Dorman joined the board in 2021, and he has been an active member at the Chadwick Clubhouse since its inception in 2018. He lived with his mental illness for 57 years. The Chadwick Clubhouse became an outlet for him to end his isolation, gain social skills, and be a part of teamwork in a work-ordered day. As a Board Member, Fred brings in his voice at the board meetings to speak up on behalf of Chadwick Clubhouse’s members. Fred experiences the benefits of being a member and a Board Member first-hand and believes that all members deserve to have opportunities to develop meaning and purpose in their lives. 

Marie E. Dixon – Board Member

I retired to Roseburg in 2009 from a career in administration, training  and project management/information technology in the financial services industry. My introduction to mental illness was through my son who displayed behavioral health issues starting in his twenties and was diagnosed with schizophrenia a few years later. He struggled with mental health issues for the rest of his life. I had many years of life experience with the inadequate way mental health was viewed and the difficulty obtaining treatment for people living with the issue. After retiring I joined the Douglas County Affiliate of NAMI (The National Alliance on Mental Illness) whose purpose is to support and educate families of people with mental illness. NAMI also lobbies for improved recognition of the needs of people with mental illness. I have worked with NAMI ever since. 

I strongly support Chadwick Clubhouse and considerate it an essential  resource to help people in recovery from mental illness transition into the community.  

Zenus Pringle – Trainee Board Member

Zenus Pringle is a trainee board member since 2021 and he has been an active member of the Chadwick Clubhouse since its opening in 2018. The Chadwick Clubhouse has supported him in his recovery and coping with the mental illness he lived with for 22 years. Zenus is proud of himself to gain more confidence, improving his communication skills, and reducing his medication. Currently, he is working towards continuing his education in Arts that he started at Phoenix College. In 2021, Zenus accomplished an accelerated two-week comprehensive training with Chadwick Clubhouse’s staff at Gateway in South Carolina. It has been a Clubhouse International certified training base since 1988 to assist other clubhouses to set up, improve and expand their operations.  All the opportunities that Zenus has been provided at the Chadwick Clubhouse have changed his life and he’s humble to give back by serving on the board.