Mandi Whitley, B.A., TCM, CBRS

Target Case Manager, Community-Based Rehabilitation Specialist

Personal Motto's:

"The discomfort of self-discipline will never be as great as the pain of regret"

"If you're going through hell- keep going."

"Treat other how you want to be treated!"


About Mandi...

Mandi is very excited to be our newest Case Manager and Community Based Rehabilitation Specialist. She is new to the Mental Health field but has been working in the health care industry for several years working as a Certified Nurse’s Assistant in both Long Term and Skilled Unit Care. She has a B.A. in Sociology and brings incredible experience with her into her CBRS and TCM roles, both in working within the health care field, as well as (like her other Pride members) with personal experience, which she hopes to use as contribution toward helping others. 

Mandi has an intense drive and passion for relating to, understanding, and helping others and the difficult situations others find themselves in. Her familiarity and understanding of the healthcare industry, socio-economic intricacies and limitations, and her compassionate nature offer her clients an abundance of opportunity, resources, perspectives, and experience. Mandi holds a lot of admiration for anyone willing to share their personal experiences of overcoming adversity and working for the betterment of themselves and those around them- those willing to be vulnerable for the sake of inspiring others. Mandi, like the rest of her Pride, holds great value in her personal experiences and intends to use all of her skills and experiences to benefit those around her. Pride Mental Health is a stronger team for having her as a part of it.

Outside of work, Mandi enjoys going for long drives and/or walks, working out, playing with her cats, playing golf, board games, and is always up for a new adventure. If she hit the lottery tomorrow, she would buy herself a new car, do all she can to help homeless communities, animal shelters, take care of her family, take her Mom anywhere she’d like to go, and continue helping others learn to better manage daily life.