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Krist-Anah Watkins

Cochise County Attorney's Office

 

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Class
Class 28
First Name
Krist-Anah
Last Name
Watkins
Occupation
Mental Health Coordinator
 

COMPANY INFO

Company Name
Cochise County Attorney's Office
Title
Mental Health Coordinator
 

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City
Sierra Vista
State
Arizona
County
Cochise County
 

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Family is the primary priority for Krist-Anah. She and her husband have been married for fourteen years. They have two fantastic boys, ages nine and six. The family enjoys hiking, swimming, and the Marvel Universe. Krist-Anah’s secondary priority is the community. She is a Precinct Committeeman for the Republican Party, presently serves as Committee Chair for Pack 445 (Scouting, BSA), and the President of the PTO. She also volunteers by serving her Church as a 2nd-grade small group leader and is part of the Bake Team. Originally from California, Krist-Anah moved to Apache County, Arizona, in 2006. She quickly became involved in her community and began volunteering for the American Red Cross (Disaster Response Team) and coaching youth soccer. Krist-Anah later accepted a position with the American Red Cross and was responsible for disaster response in Apache, Navaho, Coconino, and Yavapai county and supervised over 100 volunteers. She moved to Cochise County in 2013, where she began her position at Cochise County Attorney’s Office. Currently, she is the Mental Health Coordinator for the GRACe Program. The GRACe program is an alternative to traditional prosecution for defendants afflicted by a Mental Health Issue. Defendants who participate in the GRACe Program are connected to appropriate services. Once the defendant has completed their treatment plan, (as determined by a medical or mental health professional), their case(s) are dismissed.

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