Stephanie Gilrein - Program Director
Works with school counselors, guidance counselors, and families to receive referrals and intake forms and set up help and support with re-entry.
PASS Program Director, Stephanie Gilrein is a confident and highly organized individual with more than six years of working as Studio Manager for a company in the health and wellness sector, and as a manager in the busy Cape Cod restaurant industry.
She is experienced in supporting positive personal growth in others and committed to providing outstanding service and excellent communication.
Stephanie is a graduate of Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Rhode Island.
Stephanie and her young daughter, Leela, live in South Yarmouth.
Allie Jason - Student Support Director
Offers schoolwork support, organizes activities, assists with psychoeducational groups and re-entry.
PASS Student Support Director, Allie Jason, is a talented musician with a large amount of life experience and drive. She is passionate about helping others, especially young people.
She was born and raised on Cape Cod and attended Nauset Regional High School for three years. Allie graduated from R. J. Reynolds High School in Winston Salem, North Carolina.
Allie’s career in the music world has given her a strong sense of Self that she feels is beneficial to assisting others in their journey of self-discovery.
Throughout her life, she has used music for the healing of her own struggles, but with the hope of calming the storm in as many people’s lives as humanly possible.
She is empathetic, a great listener and an advocate for young people.
Mary Kirby - Clinician / Counselor
Completes mental health and substance use assessments for students at PASS; provides recommendations and referral services; and collaborates with PASS staff in psychoeducational group sessions.
Mary Kirby is a certified School Psychologist with a dual degree in school psychology and counseling psychology from Tufts University. She lives in South Orleans and has worked for most of her career in the public-school systems (as a consultant and a direct provider) as well as in a therapeutic day program. She is an employee of Outer Cape Health Services in Harwich, MA.
Mary is eager to work with the high school students attending the Cape Cod PASS Program. She will conduct individual assessments of emotional, social, and behavioral health, and translate identified needs into referrals to services in the community.
She will provide psychoeducational group counseling to build students’ understanding about trauma, anxiety, depression, substance use and social stressors. Mary will report evaluative findings at PASS meetings in a way which is easily interpreted by staff, school personnel, community-based providers, and parents/guardians. She will provide continuing support to students and families to help with the implementation of service.
Behavioral Health Innovators contracts with Outer Cape Heath Services who provides the licensed clinician for the Cape Cod PASS program