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Spectrum Health Systems recently announced several key appointments within the substance abuse and mental health treatment provider's corporate management.

"These new appointments exemplify Spectrum Health Systems' dedication to providing the highest quality substance abuse and mental health treatment services by employing the highest quality workers, from the top level down," said Charles Faris, president and CEO. Newly appointed are: 

Susan Moitozo, Vice President of Clinical & Women’s Services - 
Susan Moitozo, M.Ed., LADC, has twenty years of experience in the field of substance abuse and mental health treatment. Ms. Moitozo previously served as the State Director for Spectrum's correctional treatment programs in Massachusetts for seven years. Her current role involves program planning, staff training and curriculum development. Ms. Moitozo chairs Spectrum's Women's Services Committee and serves on the Board of the Correctional Association of Massachusetts. She is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor and holds a Master of Education degree. 

Stacy Flanagan, Vice President of Human Resources - 
For eight years, Ms. Flanagan has managed all HR-related activities for Spectrum, including employee recruitment, retention, compensation, training and employee relations. Ms. Flanagan brings more than twenty years of experience in human resources management in the healthcare field. She previously served as the Director of Human Resources for CareMatrix Corporation where she managed all human resource functions for 3,600 employees. Ms. Flanagan has a Bachelor's degree in Communications with a concentration in Health Administration. 

Cindy Buraczynski, Vice President of Planning & Development - 
Ms. Buraczynski is responsible for new business development, marketing communications, proposal writing and fundraising. Ms. Buraczynski has twenty years of experience in business development, marketing and communications in the behavioral health field. Since Ms. Buraczynski joined the organization in 2002, Spectrum has opened programs in six new states. Previously, she was the Director of Communications for The Mentor Network, a national human service provider. Ms. Buraczynski holds a Master's degree in Health Services Administration and a Bachelor's degree in Rehabilitation Services. 

Romas Buivydas, Vice President of Clinical Development - 
Romas Buivydas, Ph.D., LMHC, has more than twenty years of experience in the behavioral health field. His expertise spans program development and implementation, training, quality assurance, risk management, compliance and data management. As Vice President of Clinical Development, Dr. Buivydas provides training and consultation in clinical methods and instructional techniques to program staff throughout the organization. Previously, Dr. Buivydas provided consultation to numerous behavioral health organizations and was formerly the Director of Evaluation at a hospital-based psychiatric/addiction department for six years. He is also a national presenter/trainer at conferences/symposia across the country. 

Based in Worcester, Massachusetts, Spectrum Health Systems, Inc. is a private, nonprofit substance abuse and mental health treatment provider. Spectrum operates nearly 100 institutional and community-based programs in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Georgia, Tennessee, Maine, Maryland, Iowa and Washington State -- serving more than 20,0000 individuals each year. 

CONTACT: 
Andrew Strecker, Development Associate 
(508) 792-5400 x7113 
andrew.strecker@spectrumsys.org