ABOUT

WHO WE ARE

The Fletcher Group exists to help those experiencing addiction and homelessness rebuild lives of dignity and fulfillment.

WHAT WE DO

Through partnerships with a variety of public and private entities, our unique “Recovery Ecosystem” business model helps you build recovery housing that provides those in need with a full and effective continuum of care.

OUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Developed under the leadership of Governor Fletcher and Don Ball, the Recovery Kentucky model has already helped thousands of people rebuild their lives while saving millions of taxpayer dollars.

In The Beginning

The roots of the Fletcher Group go back over two decades to the construction in Lexington, Kentucky of a novel shelter for homeless women that philanthropists Don and Mira Ball called “Hope Center.”

The effectiveness of the center in helping those experiencing homelessness and addiction later came to the attention of newly elected Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher. Having previously served three terms in the United States House of Representatives, Fletcher was familiar with the ways of both federal and state government. Turning his attention to Kentucky’s disadvantaged, he realized the value not only of what the Balls had done, but what they had learned.

In 2004, Governor Fletcher appointed Don Ball as Chairman of the Kentucky Housing Corporation and within a year their “Recovery Kentucky” initiative had acquired the partners and resources needed to construct the state’s first Recovery Center. There would be 17 more centers to come, each applying the innovative “Team Approach” developed by Ernie, Don and Mira by which a variety of private and public entities partnered together to reduce recidivism and rebuild lives.

Fletcher’s tenure as governor would eventually come to an end, but not his desire to help the disadvantaged. The Balls felt the same way and in 2017 invited Ernie to lead a national effort to extend to other states the successful model they had built together in Kentucky.

The Fletcher Group—a not-for-profit entity chaired by Ernie and Glenna Fletcher—was incorporated in 2017 with the Don Ball Recovery Center of Excellence housed within it.

Dramatically Positive Outcomes

It’s All About Partnership

The advantages of partnership are obvious: When you leverage, coordinate and optimize every effective resource—private, public or faith-based—and apply them in a central location that addresses all underlying systemic issues, you end up with the kind of “Recovery Ecosystem” that actually works.

Instead of bouncing from shelter to emergency room to jail and back, clients can be guided, treated, and sheltered in one optimally designed location.

The Numbers Don’t Lie

The cost savings are obvious, too: Repeated emergency room visits alone can incur exorbitant costs. Why not reroute that money—as well as the judicial system costs from repeated arrests and incarcerations—to facilities that address and solve the problem at its root level so that clients can reclaim their natural abilities, ambition, autonomy, and dignity.

A “Bright Spot” In The Darkness

In a world of efforts well-intentioned but often ineffective, The Fletcher Group stands out. The “Recovery Kentucky” model upon which our “Recovery Ecosystems” are based was called a “bright spot” by the Louisville Courier-Journal following the paper’s two-year investigation of the state’s prescription drug abuse epidemic.

McConnell Endorsement

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell noted, in announcing a recent $1.68 million POWER grant awarded to the Fletcher Group: “The compounding problems of unemployment and the opioid and substance abuse epidemic have seriously damaged Kentucky communities, but organizations like the Fletcher Group and the Don Ball Foundation are developing new strategies to fight back.”

McConnell said he was “proud to support this application for competitive federal grant resources to help open new recovery centers which will also focus on education and workforce training opportunities.”

In a nod to the Fletcher Group’s “Recovery Ecosystem” model, McConnell added, “We know that wrap-around services—including stable employment, reliable housing, and treatment programs—boost an individual’s chances of long-term sobriety.”

Our Team

ERNIE FLETCHER
Founder

Fighter pilot, board-certified physician, statesman, and healthcare visionary, Ernie Fletcher was elected in 1998 to the first of three consecutive terms in the United States House of Representatives. In 2003 he was elected the 60th Governor of Kentucky. As Founder of the Fletcher Group, Ernie continues a legacy of innovative public service that promises to extend the company's unique model of "Recovery Ecosystems" to states across the country.

efletcher@fletchergroup.net

Read Governor Fletcher's extensive Wikipedia Bio
GLENNA FLETCHER
Co-Founder

From her early practice as a Register Nurse to her position as Kentucky’s First Lady, Glenna has always been driven by a passion to help others. Untiring in her concern for the health and safety of children, she championed the “Get Healthy KY!” program, guided the “Keep Children Alcohol Free” Foundation, and led the establishment of the “Read To Achieve” program at over 150 elementary schools. At the Fletcher Group, she divides her time between operational management and strategic initiatives.

gafletcher@fletchergroup.net

DAVE JOHNSON
CEO

Dave has over 35 years of experience leading program development with a specific focus on holistic service models that address physical health, mental health, substance abuse, and social determinants of health. His successful grant writing experiences include being awarded over $7 million in funding from Federal and State Agencies and Private Foundations.

djohnson@fletchergroup.org

GRANT MEYER
Director Project Management

Grant is Director of Project Management, a role in which his unique blend of experience in public policy, real estate finance, and economic development facilitate the building of cost-effective Recovery Ecosystems. Grant is devoted to finding solutions, creating employment, and advancing innovation in the treatment of substance-abuse disorders. He holds a master’s degree in Urban Planning with a concentration in Real Estate Development from Harvard University.

gmeyer@fletchergroup.org

LORI BAIER
Director of Employment Services

Twenty-five years as a Registered Nurse have given Lori a keen understanding of healthcare’s diverse population base. In the five years before joining the Fletcher Group, Lorie devoted herself to creating second-chance career opportunities for the most vulnerable by developing and teaching AOKY/GED+ (Accelerating Opportunity Kentucky/General Educational Development) programs at Ashland Community and Technical College in Kentucky. Her ability to reduce barriers and bridge gaps in education plays a key role in the Fletcher Group’s promotion of recovery through the kind of meaningful employment that rebuilds lives, restores families, and revitalizes local communities.

lbaier@fletchergroup.org

DANNY FLETCHER
Director of Faith-Based Initiatives

After 22 years as an Air Traffic Control Officer in the Air Force, Danny served on numerous airborne drug interdiction missions in and out of South America. Increasingly frustrated by the inability to prevent drugs from flowing into the United States, Danny became convinced that the only way to combat the nation’s growing drug epidemic was to address demand. Today, through his efforts with Celebrate Recovery, a Christ-centered recovery program, and his work with local halfway houses, Danny works to improve the mental health treatments and community support needed to combat addiction and rebuild lives.

danny@fletchergroup.net

 

DEBBY KEENER
Administrative Assistant

Debby is a graduate of Western Kentucky University and has resided in Lexington, Kentucky most of her adult life. For the past 19 years she served as Don Ball’s assistant until his passing in 2018. Together with Governor Ernie Fletcher, Don Ball spearheaded the Recovery Kentucky program throughout the state of Kentucky. Debby feels fortunate to have assisted in such a noble effort. In her current position as Administrative Assistant with the Fletcher Group, Debby is pleased to help realize the grand vision of her former employer by expanding the Recovery Hope model to other states across the nation.

dkeener@fletchergroup.org

JOHN REES
Criminal Justice Specialist

John is the Fletcher Group’s SME (Subject Matter Expert) regarding criminal justice and treatment and recovery options. His experience is vast. As Kentucky’s Commissioner of Corrections he worked with recovery centers to provide alternatives to incarceration for misdemeanor and Class D felony offenders. He has served as a Director, Facility Administrator or Consultant in numerous states, including Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, New Mexico, and Florida. At the Corrections Corporation of America, he served as Vice President of Business Development, overseeing governmental affairs on the state and federal level. John has published several articles related to the criminal justice system such as Establishing Partnerships Between Correctional Agencies and University Researchers to Enhance Substance Abuse Treatment Initiatives and is the author of the book, My Life: John D. Rees's Four-Decade Career in Corrections. In 2013 John was inducted into the Hall of Fame at Florida State University’s School of Criminology. His expertise, experience, and networking skills play a key role in the Fletcher Group’s ability to offer alternative paths to those with drug-related crimes so that they can find the treatment they so desperately need.

 

SARAH ADKINS
Program Specialist

Sarah Adkins holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice, a Master of Science Degree in Corrections and Juvenile Justice Studies, and is a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor. She has served as a Classification and Treatment Officer at the Green River Correctional Complex in Central City, Kentucky and as a Substance Abuse Counselor, Probation Officer, and Social Services Program Consultant with the Georgia Department of Corrections. More recently, she served as Director of the Owensboro Regional Recovery Center, a 100-bed substance abuse facility within the Recovery Kentucky network. In addition to her work for the Fletcher Group, she serves as Chairperson of “The Alliance For A Drug-Free Owensboro and Daviess County” and Secretary/Treasurer of “Daviess County Treatment Providers.” In 2015, Sarah received the Lighthouse Recovery Beacon Award for her contributions to substance abuse recovery and advocacy.

sadkins@fletchergroup.org

JENNIFER MILES
Director of Research/Program Evaluation

Dr. Miles brings to the Fletcher Group a wealth of experience in researching and evaluating intervention and treatment outcomes for individuals with Substance Use Disorders. A doctoral graduate of Brandeis University, Jennifer has worked extensively with recovery support services and treatment systems, the creation of chronic care models for treating alcohol and other drug use disorders, and the development of payment innovations to fund substance use treatments. Jennifer’s most recent policy brief, titled "MAT-Capable Recovery Residences: How State Policymakers Can Enhance and Expand Capacity To Adequately Support Medication-Assisted Recovery," has helped increase awareness among state policymakers regarding the challenges and barriers to providing Medication-Assisted Treatments to recovery housing residents.

MILENA STOTT
Outreach and Engagement Specialist

A healthcare systems expert, Milena has held numerous titles within the industry, including Chief of Strategy, Chief of Transformation and Innovation, and Director of Healthcare Integration. She currently serves as an Adjunct Faculty at the University of Washington's School of Social Work where she teaches advanced practices regarding policy and reform. She is also an integrated care consultant and supports work at regional accountable communities of health, all of which promise to serve her well as an Outreach and Engagement Specialist for the new Fletcher Group Recovery Center of Excellence.

 

mstott@fletchergroup.org

GENE DETHERAGE, JR.
Outreach and Engagement Specialist

An Appalachian currently pursuing a Masters in Public Administration at Morehead State University in Morehead, Kentucky, Gene is a proven Housing Specialist with considerable experience with non-profits and affordable housing as well as addiction recovery. His skill set includes Data Entry, Networking, Public Speaking, Program Management, Project Implementation and Administrative Office Skills.

gdetherage@fletchergroup.org

MICHELLE DAY
RCOE Director of Administration

In her previous position, Michelle coordinated and implemented an extensive Homeland Security training delivery system that involved scheduling, logistical support, productivity tracking, data collection, contracting, and regulatory compliance. In her position as Director of Administration for the Fletcher Group Rural Center of Excellence, Michelle will apply her two Masters Degrees and passion for public safety to identify and engage stakeholders and explore with them the possibility of developing local recovery housing through innovative Technical Assistance provided by the Fletcher Group.

mday@fletchergroup.org

 

JOHNNA ALLEN
OUTREACH AND ENGAGEMENT SPECIALIST

Johnna is a Family Facilitator for the National Alliance On Mental Illness and currently serves as Treasurer on the NAMI Rome Executive Board, one of the most active affiliates in the state of Georgia. Holder of a Master of Business Administration degree from Berry College, Johnna has extensive experience with non-profits and local government as well as the private sector, particularly the banking industry. Her proven ability to collaborate, network, and build effective partnerships, combined with a lifelong passion to help others, will significantly enhance the Fletcher Group’s efforts to provide Recovery Housing, SUD intervention programs, technical assistance, and training to those in need in North Carolina as well as Georgia. Johnna is also a lay speaker and the council chairperson at her local church.

jallen@fletchergroup.org

JENNIFER WHITE
DIRECTOR OF HEALTH INITIATIVES

A graduate of Morehead State University where she majored in Psychology and Social Work Chemical Dependency, Jennifer is currently pursuing a Master of Social Work at the University of Kentucky. Long an advocate for substance abuse and behavioral health recovery, she brings to the Fletcher Group considerable prior practicum, teaching, facilitation, and volunteer experience relating to recovery. She gained her in-depth understanding of the social model of recovery by working extensively with numerous Recovery Kentucky Centers. Before joining the Fletcher Group, Jennifer served as an Alternative Sentencing Worker with the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy where she assessed, mitigated, and advocated on the behalf of those with substance abuse and behavioral health challenges within the criminal justice system. Her outreach and networking skills proved valuable there as she worked to facilitate close collaboration between the local criminal justice system, Drug Courts, and jails, on the one hand, and local and statewide rehabilitation services and facilities on the other (including those within the Recovery Kentucky program). Rounding out her skill set, Jennifer is also currently pursuing licensure as a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor.

jwhite@fletchergroup.org

KAREN COBURN
Outreach and Engagement Specialist

Karen holds a Doctorate degree in Education Leadership and has over 20 years of experience as a facilitator, trainer, and consultant for numerous Fortune 100 companies both in the United States and the United Kingdom. Before joining the Fletcher Group, she served as a Partnership Specialist Team Leader for the U.S. Census Bureau in eastern Kentucky and southern Ohio, developing relationships with state and local government and community groups to educate and engage the public regarding the importance of the 2020 Census. She led workforce development at Ashland Community and Technical College, served as Chair and Coordinator for the Ashland Young Women Lead program, and co-created the Mobile Technology Lab that delivered STEM-based experiences to K-12 schools in Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia. She is also a certified practitioner of the Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument, a tool used to leverage the connections between thinking, behavior, and performance.

kcoburn@fletchergroup.org

RICHARD FAYLOR
COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR

Trained as a journalist, Richard has served as writer, editor, and communications specialist for numerous Fortune 1000 companies. At the Fletcher Group he oversees all messaging, marketing, and communication efforts, including the design of the company’s new website and the creation of the distance learning and staff training materials that will become increasingly important as the company expands its unique business model throughout the United States.

rfaylor@fletchergroup.org

Our Executive Board

MIRA BALL
Chief Financial Officer and Secretary-Treasurer Of Ball Homes, LLC

Mira Ball and her husband Don started Ball Homes in 1959, developing it into one of the top 100 builders of single-family homes in the nation. Ball has always been an active member of the Lexington community. In 1991, she became the first woman president of the Lexington Chamber of Commerce. She also is the first woman ever elected to the Kentucky Utilities Board of Directors.  From 2007 to 2010, she served as chair of the UK Board of Trustees, becoming the first woman to do so. She was also named as the first chairwoman of the Midway College Board of Trustees and continues to serve on that board as a Life Trustee. She has worked with the State Economic Development Task Force and was a part of the Governor’s Commission on Tax Policy. She has served on numerous boards including the United Way of the Bluegrass, the St. Joseph Hospital Foundation, the Children’s Advocacy Center, the Kentucky Historical Society, and the Kentucky Horse Park. She continues to serve on the Endowment Board of Kentucky Educational Television (KET). Mrs. Ball received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education from the University of Kentucky. In 2016, she was awarded an honorary doctorate of humane letters recognizing extraordinary contributions to philanthropy, human development, education, or societal well- being from U.K. She has three children, seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

ERNIE FLETCHER
PHYSICIAN, CONGRESSMAN, GOVERNOR AND FOUNDER OF THE FLETCHER GROUP

Fighter pilot, board-certified physician, statesman, and healthcare visionary, Ernie Fletcher was elected in 1998 to the first of three consecutive terms in the United States House of Representatives. In 2003 he was elected the 60th Governor of Kentucky. As Founder of the Fletcher Group, Ernie continues a legacy of innovative public service that promises to extend the company's unique model of "Recovery Ecosystems" to states across the country.

 

 

GLENNA FLETCHER
CO-FOUNDER OF THE FLETCHER GROUP

From her early practice as a Register Nurse to her position as Kentucky’s First Lady during her husband’s two-term governorship, Glenna’s primary passion has always been to help others. Untiring in her efforts to protect the health and safety of children, she championed the “Get Healthy KY!” program, guided the “Keep Children Alcohol Free” Foundation and led the establishment of the “Read To Achieve” program instituted at over 150 elementary schools. At the Fletcher Group, she divides her time between operational management and strategic initiatives.

LUTHER DEATON
Chairman/President/CEO of Central Bancshares, Inc. and Central Bank & Trust Co., Lexington, KY

Luther currently serves as Chairman, President, and CEO of Central Bancshares, Inc. and Central Bank & Trust Co., Lexington, KY. He has served, and continues to serve, on many outside Boards, including the American Bankers Association; the Lexington Chamber of Commerce; the Kentucky Bankers Association; the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce; the Kentucky State Police Foundation; the Judicial Compensation Commission, Frankfort, KY.; Transylvania University; Gatton College of Business & Economics/University of KY.; and the U.K. Hospital Board. Luther is involved in numerous civic and community organizations throughout Kentucky. He recently received the Transylvania University Medal for outstanding service to the community and in past years the Community Service Award from the Urban League of Lexington; the Tribute Award for Outstanding Service to the Commonwealth of Kentucky; the Junior Achievement of the Bluegrass Hall of Fame Laureate; and the Governor’s Economic Development Leadership Award for the State of Kentucky. He is also a Recipient of the John R. Wooden Award presented by the Lexington Theological Seminary.

DAVE JOHNSON, MSW, ACSW
CEO, Fletcher Group

With a career spanning over 35 years, Dave has served in multiple capacities in the mental health and human services fields. He brings a broad perspective on addressing children, families, communities, and system needs. Throughout his tenure, he has led efforts to improve human services practices and policies to boost positive results and give voice to those in need. Before joining the  Fletcher Group, Dave held positions ranging from psychiatric social worker and head of Group Homes for youth with emotional and behavioral challenges, Professor and Chair of Social Work at Boise State University, Senior Administration in Managed Care, to Chief Administrative Officer and Professor for Department of Psychiatry Clinical Services at Wayne State University. Dave has provided leadership in program development and evaluation with a specific focus on holistic service models that address physical health, mental health, substance abuse, and social determinants of health. Most recently, Dave directed Anthem’s Medicaid Health Home initiatives in multiple states as well as designed, implemented, and evaluated an integrated care program in primary care/FQHC settings in eight states recognized as a best practice by the Institute for Medicaid Innovation 2016-2017.
His successful grant writing experiences include being awarded over $7 million in funding from Federal and State Agencies and Private Foundations. Building on these experiences Dave is committed to promoting the health and well-being of children, youth, adults, families and communities through the Fletcher Groups’ program activities. Dave holds a master’s degree in social work from Rutgers, School of Social Work.

DANNY FLETCHER
Chairman Of Celebrate Recovery, a Christian-Centered Recovery Program

After 22 years as an Air Traffic Control Officer Danny in the Air Force, Danny served on numerous airborne drug interdiction missions in and out of South America. Increasingly frustrated by the inability to prevent drugs from flowing into the United States, Danny became convinced that the only way to combat the nation’s growing drug epidemic was to address demand. Today, through his efforts with Celebrate Recovery, a Christ-centered recovery program, and his work with local halfway houses, Danny works to improve the mental health treatments and community support needed to combat addiction and rebuild lives.

HILLARY BALL
Director of Purchasing and Costing for Ball Homes

A graduate of Vanderbilt where she studied Economics and Business Management, Hillary currently serves as Director of Purchasing and Costing for Ball Homes, the company her grandparents, Don and Mira, founded and built into one of the nation’s major home builders. In addition to managing the company’s Costing and Estimating Department, she spearheads the implementation of new software designed to integrate sales and accounting, oversees the budgeting of single-family homes under construction, and negotiates pricing with suppliers and vendors. Like her grandparents a dedicated Kentuckian, Hillary has also mentored children and worked to attract investment, create employment opportunities, and spur economic growth in central Kentucky.

SUSAN BUCHER
Gill Heart and Vascular Institute Director’s Council, Lexington, Kentucky

Before serving on the Gill Heart and Vascular Institute Director’s Council in Lexington, Kentucky, Susan studied Radiology Technology at Morehead State University, ran a successful private business, served as a trustee and past president of the Women’s Club of Central Kentucky, and participated on several others boards including the Women’s Heart Health Advisory Board and “Cowboy Up for a Cure” which is dedicated to ending childhood cancer.

Our National Advisors

Mira Ball
Chief Financial Officer and Secretary-Treasurer Ball Homes, LLC

Known for her contributions to philanthropy, human development, and education, the Honorary Chairman of the Fletcher Group’s National Advisory Board has served as the first woman president of the Lexington Chamber of Commerce, the first woman ever elected to the Kentucky Utilities Board of Directors, and the first woman to serve as chair of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees.

Luther Deaton
CHAIRMAN/PRESIDENT/CEO OF CENTRAL BANCSHARES, INC. AND CENTRAL BANK & TRUST CO., LEXINGTON, KY

In addition to contributing to numerous civic and community organizations, Luther serves on numerous Boards of Directors including the Lexington Chamber of Commerce, the Kentucky Bankers Association, the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, the Kentucky State Police Foundation, the Judicial Compensation Commission, Transylvania University, the University of Kentucky Gatton College of Business and Economics, and the U. Hospital Board.

Tommy Thompson
Former Governor of Wisconsin, Former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Resources

The former governor of Wisconsin and former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services brings to the table an abundance of experience in management, governance, and healthcare policy plus a keen understanding of social determinants. His contributions include the welfare reform that became the national model during the Clinton Presidency.

Dave Sheridan
NARR President and Co-Founder

Under Sheridan's leadership, the National Alliance of Recovery Residencies has proven adept at providing Technical Assistance and statewide recovery housing certifications. Sheridan has been active in the recovery field for over 15 years and has served on numerous recovery housing boards. In addition to helping develop oversight and legislation of recovery housing, he is also a nationally known speaker and writer on addiction recovery.

Terry Bunn
University of Kentucky Associate Professor and KIPRC Director

As Director of the Kentucky Injury Prevention and Research Center, Dr. Bunn oversees the eight-year collection and analysis of outcome data for all 18 Recovery Kentucky housing centers. An Associate Professor with over 17 years experience as an injury epidemiologist, she has published over 60 peer-reviewed publications on a wide range of subjects including the prevention of drug intoxication. Her surveillance of drug overdose fatalities and community interventions has resulted in the FindHelpNowKY.org website where those suffering from Substance Use Disorder can quickly find treatment.

 

Michael Fraser
Executive Director, Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO)

As Executive Director of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), Fraser has developed considerable expertise in mobilizing communities to address major public health issues, including the opioid epidemic.

Bonnie Sachatello-Sawyer
Hopa Mountain Founder and Director

As founder and leader of the Hopa Mountain nonprofit based in Bozeman, Montana, Sachatello-Sawyer directs the efforts of an organization renowned for its work with Native Americans.

Hilda Legg
Kentucky Director of USDA Rural Development

The Director of USDA Rural Development in Kentucky is dedicated to expanding broadband, telehealth, and distance learning to benefit rural Kentuckians. She also works with the USDA to repurpose surplus rural USDA properties for use in recovery housing.

Jonathan Hunter
Former Vice President of the Corporation for Supportive Housing

As the former Vice President of the Corporation for Supportive Housing, Hunter directed the development of major supportive housing facilities throughout the west, including over 3,000 housing units in Los Angeles. Currently working with LaSar Consulting, Mr. Hunter has a direct personal understanding of the pathways of recovery and developed a national survey on state efforts to build recovery housing.

Martin J. Vincent
Senior Advisor, CDC Policy Development Division

Dr. Vincent advises the Fletcher Group in a personal capacity apart from his duties with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As Senior Advisor to the CDC’s Office of the Associate Director for Policy and Strategy, he currently works closely with the Office of the U.S. Surgeon General to develop a soon-to-be published report on community health and economic prosperity.

Jeff Howard
White House Fellow

The former Kentucky Commissioner of Public Health has a personal passion for helping the least vulnerable, having grown up in a rural Kentucky family devastated by SUDs.

Greg Williams
Managing Director of Third Horizon Strategies

Williams is Co-Creator of Facing Addiction, an alliance with healthcare industry leaders dedicated to solving the addiction crisis. He has won awards for making feature length documentaries such as “The Anonymous People” and “Generation Found.” As a person in long-term recovery from addiction, he has dedicated his life to creating positive changes for the over 20 million Americans still struggling with addiction.

Our Recovery Kentucky Advisors

Garry Watkins
Wabuck Development Co. Inc., Leitchfield, KY
Nicole Frields
CADC, VP Recovery Services, Women’s Addiction Recovery Manor, Henderson, KY; Men’s Addiction Recovery Campus, Bowling Green, KY
Van Ingram
Executive Director, Kentucky Office of Drug Control Policy
Cecil Dunn
Executive Director, Hope Center, Lexington, KY
Austin Simms
Executive Director, Lexington-Fayette Urban County Housing Authority
Sue Chenault
Chrysalis House, Board of Directors, Lexington, KY
Jeff Mauer
Chairman & CEO, Global Impact International, Inc., Rome, GA