Cheyenne, WY – Peak Wellness Center is proud to welcome Shelby Perea to its administrative team. Ms. Perea will assume duties as Peak’s Community Outreach Development Coordinator, responsible for developing and executing a fundraising program and overseeing community outreach, revenue-generating events, and donor relations.
Ms. Perea comes to Peak with 10+ years of experience in business development, community relations and marketing. She most recently held the position of Communications Specialist at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center, and brings to Peak a fresh perspective and diverse background of talent.
“The addition of Shelby demonstrates Peak’s commitment to expanding outreach and fundraising efforts to ensure that the unique needs of the communities we serve are met with exceptional service and innovative treatment methodologies,” said Kortnie Mendoza, Peak’s Chief Operations Officer. “Shelby’s wealth of experience makes her the perfect addition to the team. We’re thrilled to have somebody of Shelby’s caliber to assist in expanding our community development program throughout our entire coverage area, and we look forward to continued growth and success.”
With the hire of Ms. Perea, Peak anticipates building stronger relationships within its community, and diversifying its streams of funding in order to further enable the organization to provide expanded state-of-the art behavioral health services to the communities it serves.
About Peak Wellness Center:
Peak Wellness Center has a long history of being the largest and leading provider of comprehensive mental health and addiction-recovery services in southeastern Wyoming. We provide confidential, effective, affordable mental health services for people of any age in our community facing mental health challenges or addictions of any kind. Our highly experienced professional therapists have been specifically trained to treat addictions, depression, and family conflict. Peak Wellness Center has been leading the way in mental health services in Wyoming for over 55 years, since 1959. Our continued growth has allowed us to remain one of the top mental health and addiction-treatment centers in the state.