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N.E. "Beth" Boyett
Social Worker - Baldwin County Public Schools

Phone: 251-461-1700
E-mail: neboyett@southalabama.edu

Beth Boyett, LCSW, PIP is a social worker/therapist serving Baldwin County. Her experience includes clinical social work, disaster/crisis counseling, emergency assessment, and school social work. She is committed to meeting the goal of expanding and enhancing behavioral health and disaster services in the gulf coast region.




Sara Darling
Social Worker - Franklin Primary Health Center

Phone: 251-461-1700
E-mail: sdarling@southalabama.edu

Sara received her master’s degree from the University of Alabama’s School of Social Work. Sara’s experience includes coordinating services for the elderly and adults with intellectual disabilities. She has designed and implemented training programs for adults with barriers to employment including history of incarceration and substance abuse. Sara also spent several years working with children and families as a senior social worker and social work supervisor for the State of Alabama.




Kendra Miller
Social Worker - Mobile County Public Schools

Phone: 251-461-1700
E-mail: kmmiller@southalabama.edu

Kendra Miller, LGSW is a social work therapist assigned to the Mobile County/School System. She is currently providing school based mental health services and crisis intervention through a collaborative effort between the Gulf Coast Behavioral Health and Resiliency Center and the Mobile County Public School System.She is a US Air Force Veteran with experience in direct patient care, medical coding and medical social work.




Emma Vines-Harris
Social Worker - Mobile County Health Department

Phone: 251-461-1700
E-mail: evinesharris@southalabama.edu

Emma Vines-Harris is a licensed social worker, from Albertville, Alabama. She completed her Masters and Bachelor Degrees from The University of Alabama A&M in Huntsville, Alabama. Mrs. Harris started her career in Counseling with specialty populations, such as, women, and women w/ children. She continued her career in substance abuse programs working with groups, individuals, and families recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. She is experienced working with adolescents who are at risk and continues to provide services to the community today. Mrs. Harris has a passion for helping people and seeks to help the underserved and uninsured connect to find hope for their lives.