Wendy Broughton, MA, RAS
Senior Vice President
MHS Senior Vice President Wendy Broughton has well over twenty years of successful experience in the administration and management of substance abuse treatment and criminal justice programs. She is responsible for the oversight of 33 contracts, over 150 employees, and 32 million dollars annually. Wendy joined MHS in 1998, spending her first four years with the agency working as a Program Manager, before moving to the home office as Head of Service for the Corrections and Rehabilitation services. Wendy was promoted to Vice President overseeing the Female Offender Treatment and Employment Program (FOTEP) Region IV- Providence Place and New Hope, as well as our Federal Probation Programs (FPP) in 2003. For eight years prior to stepping into her current position, she was responsible for the administrative oversight of Corrections and Rehabilitation programs. Wendy is a transplant from the East Coast, where she worked primarily with adolescents and families. She began her work with the criminal justice/substance abuse population after arriving on the West Coast. She has since been involved at State and County levels for 20 years now. Wendy received her B.A. in Psychology and her M.A. in Counseling. She also became a Certified Life Coach in 2007, a Certified Master Life Coach in 2009, and maintains certification as a Registered Addictions Specialist. Over the years, Wendy has served on many committees in the name of improving client care, and readily accepts various training and public speaking engagements on behalf of the agency. Yet she can just as easily be seen at the program level talking with clients. Wendy is dedicated to making a difference wherever she is most needed at MHS.