Veronica Mercadel is currently a Certified Application Counselor (CAC) with Franklin Primary Health Center. Prior to this position she was employed with AltaPointe Health System where she held several positions that offered both inpatient and outpatient services for mental illness.
Moore Mercadel received her B.S. from Faulkner University and her Master of Public Health and Master of Science Psychology from Grand Canyon University. She intends to pursue her PhD in Psychology with a concentration in Substance Abuse and Addition Counseling. Moore Mercadel is also s certified Medicaid Assister, CPR Certification, Certified Mental Health First Aid, Certified OraQuick HIV Testing. She is also a Certified Peer Health Advocate, Certified in Chronic Disease Management both through the University of South Alabama (USA) in conjunction with Coastal Research and Resiliency Center (CRRC), Community Health Advocate with the American Cancer Society, a member of Circle of Breakthrough Women’s Ministry, and a volunteer with The American Red Cross.
Moore Mercadel is currently training and being educated on the importance of the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) through the University of South Alabama, Mitchell Cancer Institute. Moore Mercadel is married to James M. Mercadel, with three adult children, and one granddaughter, is a native of Mobile and this is where she currently resides.