UROHC Carbon and Emery Consortium Board


Debbie Marvidikis

Debbie Marvidikis is the Health Promotions Director at Southeast Utah Health Department. She received her B.S in Public Health and has worked at the health department for 15 years where she manages the health promotion programs focusing on community prevention and health and wellness for her community. She is the current chair of the Hope Squad for Carbon and Emery County for suicide prevention. And is currently working on the Opioid Prescription Grant for the Southeast Utah Health District.


Ashley Yaugher, PhD - Health & Wellness Faculty, HEART Program Coordinator, Utah State University Extension

Dr. Ashley Yaugher is a Professional Practice Extension Assistant Professor of Health & Wellness serving Carbon and Emery Counties; focusing on the opioid epidemic our communities are facing. Ashley earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Texas A&M University and has a strong background in mental health and wellness. Ashley is passionate about community outreach and collaboration in coming together to create healthier communities. Ashley hopes to make positive impacts on several key factors through involvement with UROHC; including reducing stigma related to substance use treatment and recovery, increasing prevention and education efforts, and assisting with community health care efforts for collaborative impacts.


Paula Dunham - Executive Director, Green River Medical Center

Educational Background: BS in Elementary Education, National Registry Paramedic (NRP), EMS Leadership Academy, and currently CHC Executive Fellowship with Kansas University Medical Center. Living and working in a community that shares the distinction of having the highest death rates related to opioid use in the state of Utah, is a great motivator to change our approach to behavioral health and networking to find and appropriately utilize resources available for treating Substance Use Disorder.

Joe Morrison

Joe Morrison

FNP-C with Carbon Medical
DNP from University of Utah
Health care provider working with substance abuse

Bradon Bradford

Bradon C. Bradford, MSPH, REHS

Director/Health Officer, Southeastern Utah Health Department
Public Health, Epidemiology and Environmental Health

We have a strong desire to create public health and community networks that can help to inoculate people against opiate addiction and help those that are suffering to recover.

Karen Dolan

Grant Barraclough

Grant Barraclough

Grant holds a Master’s Degree in Nursing Administration as well as a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from Western Governors University. He received his Associates of Nursing from Utah State University-Eastern and is a certified professional in patient safety (CPPS). He is the recipient of numerous honors, including the 2013 Emerging Nurse Leader Award given by the Utah Organization of Nurse Leaders, Also in 2013 he was awarded the Castleview Hospital Mercy Award.