Our Affirming Staff

Our community faces a number of issues that place us at greater risk for untreated illnesses, depression, anxiety and alcohol and drug abuse, which is why it is so important that you are comfortable with your medical providers.  At Living Out Loud, our professional staff and volunteers are LGBTQI-knowledgeable and experienced in providing culturally-relevant care to individuals with varying sexual orientations and gender identities.  Many of our staff identify along the LGBTQI spectrum themselves.

Chad Mosher, PhD, Program Coordinator
Chad is responsible for the oversight of Living Out Loud Health & Wellness Center and leads outreach efforts to the community in addition to providing training and counseling services. He has more than 13 years of clinical experience in addition to five years of administrative experience as the chair for the College of Social Sciences at the University of Phoenix. Chad has been an advocate for the LGBTQI community for over 10 years, having been involved in numerous social justice efforts in Arizona. He served on committees promoting LGBTQI social justice and advocacy including at Wingspan, with the LGBT Coalition of Southern Arizona, on the City of Tucson Commission for LGBT Issues and was a founding member of the Arizona Association of LGBTQ Issues in counseling.

Chad received his Master's in Mental Health Counseling from Idaho State University, and his Doctorate in Counseling from the University of Memphis. Other professional affiliations include membership with the American Counseling Association and Arizona Counselors Association.

Justin Egoville, PMHNP
Justin is a psychiatric mental health nurse practioner who is passionate about providing whole-person care to each patient he sees. Justin graduated with honors with his Bachelor of Science in Nursing and his Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Arizona. After moving to Tucson after two years in the Peace Corps, Justin worked as a Case Manager for a local behavioral health agency where he was motivated to pursue a career in the field; helping people to take control of their lives through self-improvement. Justin's philosophy on providing care is to focus on and recognize the strengths in each person he works with. "I look forward to partnering with patients for the long-term," Justin says.

 Annette Armstrong, Sr. Program Assistant




 Daniel Barajas, Recovery Coach