Who we are

Healthy Life Resources is led by a team of local mental and behavioral health experts who understand Maine people and the needs of your organization. 

Angela-Fileccia_Headshot-(2).jpg Angela Fileccia, LCSW, director of Healthy Life Resources, has worked with children, adults, and elders in both psychiatric and medical hospitals, providing inpatient, acute psychotherapy, and care transition planning to patients with serious and persistent mental illness and substance use disorders. Her career has been spent helping patients in community-based settings, non-profit advocacy groups, and providing clinical supervision to case managers serving a wide variety of individuals, including those with mental illness, intellectual disabilities, and HIV. 

A natural teacher, Angela has mentored bachelors and masters level students,
led a multi-disciplinary care management department, and helped found Unlimited Solutions Clubhouse located in Bangor, Maine.

Among her work today, Angela is spearheading a program for Northern Light Health’s 12,000+ workforce to address resiliency and mental well-being during this extraordinary and difficult time of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Angela lives in Orono with her husband, three loving dogs, and in her free time is both a yoga instructor and director of education for yoga teacher training program.


Tanisha Gilbert is the program coordinator for Healthy Life Resources where she develops workflows and assists clients on their journey to becoming (or remaining) mentally strong, settled, flexible, safe, focused, healthy, and confident.

Tanisha previously worked as a quality contract consultant for Managed Care Contracting at Northern Light Health, supervising all quality contractual obligations. She ensured that all Northern Light Health member hospitals successfully provided exceptional quality care under those various agreements.
In Tanisha’s spare time, she loves to create art and do-it-yourself crafts. You can often find her and her family immersed in crafty projects every weekend!

Contact us at AcadiaHLR@northernlight.org.

For employees:
  • 24/7 on-demand resource center
  • Targeted strategies for mental wellness
  • Access to a dedicated therapist
  • Self-care and burnout prevention
  • MyStrength mobile app
  • Services and information tailored to specific social and cultural needs.
  • One-on-one support for individuals/groups

For employers:
  • Analytics to reduce health plan costs
  • Workforce mental wellness assessments
  • Coaching and navigational services
  • Health plan member outreach
  • Training and education for leaders and staff (including expert-lead trainings for staff or consultation with parents)
  • Employee direct behavioral health services and resources
  • Crisis services (including critical incident stress management debriefings after traumatic events in the workplace