About Us

          FCC Behavioral Health is a private, non-profit community behavioral health center with a proven history of delivering effective, person-centered, community-based care in rural Southern Missouri. Founded in 1976, FCC Behavioral Health continues to promote recovery by providing comprehensive, integrated care in order to improve people’s overall health and wellness.
          FCC Behavioral Health offers a wide array of behavioral health programs for individuals and families. Programs include mental health, substance use disorders, healthcare home, housing, prevention, disease management and targeted outreach programs (i.e. ERE and CMHL). At each of our 27 clinics and treatment centers across Southern Missouri, qualified professionals provide a person-centered, wellness approach to care. Last year, FCC’s 400 staff served over 6,800 Missourian’s with behavioral health care.
          Services include screenings, comprehensive assessment, crisis response and intervention, individual and group therapy, psychiatry, disease and disorders education, community support, psychosocial rehabilitation, medication management, wellness groups, recreational groups, vocational services, peer support, medication-assisted treatment, and many others. Intensity of care includes residential, day treatment, intensive outpatient, outpatient and maintenance levels of care to meet the needs of each person. Care is delivered using a comprehensive, integrated approach that also meets the preferences of each person using trauma-aware practices. People are empowered to take an active role in the development of their individualized wellness and recovery plan.
FCC Behavioral Health’s core values include:
  • Behavioral health conditions can effectively be treated in the community, using evidence-based practices to empower people to achieve and sustain their individual recovery and wellness goals
  • Quality care occurs in the least restrictive environment suitable to the person’s unique needs and preferences which promotes choice, safety and confidentiality, using a trauma- informed approach
  • Prevention of diseases and disorders is possible through community education, training and screenings 
  • Collaboration with communities is vital to ensure that behavioral health needs are identified, addressed and the stigma surrounding these needs is eliminated
  • Behavioral health care is affordable when people have sufficient access to quality care that promotes overall well-being
  • Behavioral Health problems can be effectively treated in the community.
  • Care should take place in the least restrictive environment suitable to the individual's unique situation and under condition which assure safety, comfort, confidentiality and wellness.
  • ​People can learn to effectively manage even chronic behavioral health problems and live healthy, meaningful lives in the community.
  • Community involvement is crucial in identifying and meeting the behavioral health needs of local residents.
  • Prevention, education and wellness programs are essential in reducing the on-set of behavioral health problems.
  • Integrated care yields effective outcomes toward recovery and wellness.
  • Trauma awareness is essential to person-centered care.
Service Area

Executive Officers

Randy Ray​​​
Chief Executive Officer

Nancy Blackshare ​​
Chief Clinical Officer (Mental Health)

Noble Shaver ​​
Chief Clinical Officer (Substance Use Disorders)

Raymond Gunter​​​
Chief Operating Officer

Charley Phebus​​​
Chief Financial Officer

Tommy Allgood
Chief Business Development Officer

Tracy Ellis​​​
Chief Compliance Officer


Max Steyer​​
Performance Management Officer

Alison Davis​​
Human Resource Officer

Tylee Tracer​​
Public Relations Officer

Seth Roso​​​
Administrative Officer

Board of Directors

John Moyer​

Board President
Personnel Committee Chair

Coleen Pu​

Vice President
PQI Committee Chair

Kim Capps​

Finance Committee Chair

Carl Williams​


Leah Mobley​


Alex Sellers​


Gerri Smith​


Ashley Mayberry-Volner​


Desi Bean​


Jim Medlock​


Back (Left to Right): Desi Bean, Ashley Mayberry Volner, Carl Williams, Kim Capps
Front (Left to Right): John Moyer, Alex Sellers, Collen Pu 
Not Pictured: Leah Mobley, Gerri Smith, Jim Medlock