The Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services Board announced last week the appointment of Elizabeth “Liz” Lyon as its new Director of Early Intervention Services.
Lyon assumed her responsibilities on Jan. 1. She supervises both the Rural Infant Services Program (RISP) and the Healthy Families Program, both of which are housed in Urbanna. Lyon succeeds Kathy Phillips, who, after 31 years with the CSB, will be retiring on Jan. 31.
Lyon brings with her over 20 years of clinical experience, program development, administrative knowledge and advocacy educative services from Henrico County to the Tidewater, Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck regions. In the past decade, she has focused her therapeutic skills by supporting families and children within the local schools, domestic violence shelters, early intervention programs and outpatient rehabilitation assistance services.
Academically, Lyon earned a bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science with a concentration in Public Heal...
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