Leadership Management Team

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Warren Daniels, M.A., LAADC, CCJP, Chief Executive Officer
Warren Daniels, M.A., LAADC, CCJP, Chief Executive Officer for Community Recovery Resources (CoRR) since 2002, having been with the agency since 1995. In addition to being a Licensed Advanced Addictions Counselor (LAADC), Warren earned an MA in Counseling of Addictive Disorders, in 2010; is an International Certified Addictions Counselor (ICADC), a National Certified Addictions Counselor (NCAC I), and is a graduate of the Sierra Health Foundation (USC) Health Leadership Institute.

Warren has previously served on the ADP’s Directors Advisory Committee and ADP’s Counselor Certification Advisory Committee as well as doing work on legislative affairs with IC&RC and CAADAC. Warren has provided testimony on both the State and Federal levels on workforce issues, service provision, and integration of substance abuse with other primary and specialty care health disciplines.

Warren is a true champion of change through his incredible dedication, compassion, creativity, leadership, and is an expert in transforming vision into a reality, and through doing so, changing lives, communities, and enhancing a system of care that provides services to 15% of the population that drives 58% of all health care costs in our nation.

Ariel King Lovett, MNA,  Deputy Director
Previously Director of Development, Ariel became Deputy Director at Community Recovery Resources (CoRR) in January 2012.  She oversees strategic planning and program development, and spearheads CoRR’s grant funding, fundraising, outreach, and community relations. Ariel has served in Nevada County social services for over 10 years, developing, funding, and managing numerous family support and community health education initiatives.  A Nevada Union Alumna, Ariel graduated with honors from the University of California and worked in the health information field in the San Francisco Bay Area. Later, she returned to Nevada City where she lives with her husband and two beautiful children, and horses, dogs, cats, and chickens. Ariel is passionate about creating services and programs and creating environments, systems, and policies to support  healthy communities.

Elaine Bailey, Operations Director
Elaine 9-2015Elaine joined CoRR in August 2005 and oversees the administrative functions of the agency, which includes human resources, contract management, licensing/safety compliance and facilities management for CoRR’s numerous locations. In February 2010, she graduated from a year long Women’s Health Leadership program affiliated with the Center for Collaborative Planning based in Sacramento. She graduated the NCCLI program in 2011. Prior to joining CoRR, she resided in Auburn and managed a family business before making a career change to the insurance industry for 8 years, specializing in non-profit risk management.

 

Dr. Christina Lasich MD, Medical Director
Dr. Christina Lasich, M.D. began her medical career after graduating from the University of California, Davis School of Medicine with honors. Her interests in orthopedics and physical therapy lead her to the field of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. This specialty field serves those with chronic conditions with an emphasis on improving quality of life and independence. After leaving residency training, she returned to her hometown of Grass Valley, CA to open her practice in 2001. She quickly found an underserved population of people with chronic pain, especially women in pain. Her life, her practice, and her book – High Heels To Hormones – all reflect a philosophy that pain is a signal for the individual to improve habits, life-style, and nutrition. She views pain as the ultimate motivator and that pain is also a doorway to transformation.

Ginny Cutler, CPCC, LMFT, Clinical Director
Ginny joined CoRR in 2012 after relocating here from the San Francisco Bay Area, following  a 25 year career in the Mental Health and Substance Use fields with Santa Clara County and other nonprofit agencies. She has extensive experience in mental health best practices and outcomes, individualized recovery-based services, person/ family centered community based services and innovative program development.  Her expertise includes program development and implementation for Co-occurring Disorders and Organizational Cultural Competence. In addition to being a licensed therapist she is also a certified professional coach and a certified raw nutrition educator.

Nancy Taylor, LMFT, Integrated Mental Health Services Manager
Nancy TaylorNancy joined the CoRR team in 2012 with a focus on quality assurance, new program development and client services. Prior to joining CoRR, Nancy worked for 11 years in a residential treatment program for children, teens and their families, collaborating with county and state agencies to develop a Quality Assurance program, Independent Living Skills curriculum, and Therapeutic Behavioral Services program. She especially enjoyed providing day treatment intensive group therapy, individual therapy and family therapy with the goal of family reunification. Prior experience includes Program Director for the Independent Living Skills and Foster Parent Education/Support groups in north Santa Barbara County as well as an extensive background in business. Nancy is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a certified CANS trainer, and has received specialized training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Nancy is part of the CoRR team focused on co-occurring disorders and is commitment to supporting healthy communities.

Christine Findley, CADC II, ICADC Residential Program Manager ~ Grass Valley

Chris began with CoRR in 2002 maintaining multiple roles within the organization. Chris has spearheaded a number of projects for CoRR leading to her stepping up into the position of Hope House Program Manager in February of 2011 and currently the Program Manager for all Grass Valley residential and detox programs. Chris maintains and promotes integrated family programs that facilitate an atmosphere of positive growth and change for men, women, and children seeking treatment from the impact of substance abuse.


Kevin M. Cassidy CADCII, ICADC, Roseville Program Manager

Kevin currently is the site manager to the Roseville and Lincoln DUI and Out Client programs.  Kevin joined Sierra Council in 2008 and left briefly in 2010 before returning to CoRR early in 2011 to support the direction and vision of the agency.  After working in the human services field for 12 years with individuals with mental health and developmental disabilities Kevin pursued certification in Alcohol and Drug counseling studies.  Kevin enrolled in InterCoast College in 2007 and graduated Salutatorian in 2008.  Kevin truly believes the work that is done at CoRR is Creating a World of Healthy Families, Building a World of Healthy Communities by saving lives one individual at a time.

Eric Smith, CADC II, MHRS ~ Compliance Manager
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Eric joined CoRR in February of 2008 as a counselor providing services in DUI, Adolescent, Out Patient, and Co-Occurring Disorders programs. Throughout his years of service with the organization, Eric has provided valuable services in local high schools and rehabilitative services in Juvenile Hall and through the Beyond Bars program at the county jail. Eric received multiple degrees in Health and Human Services through Yuba College and holds degrees as a Chemical Dependency Counselor and Mental Health Rehabilitation Specialist. Prior to joining CoRR in 2008, Eric worked in a number of programs through other Northern California rehabilitation services.

 

Cindy Allstead, CADCII, ICADC ~ Managed Care Services Program Manager
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Cindy Allstead joined the CoRR team in October of 2012 with nearly a decade of substance abuse treatment services experience under her belt. Cindy, a Certified Addiction Specialist, has been working with managed care clients providing vital services to ensure access to treatment for insured individuals. She received her formal education from American River College, Butte Community College, and CAARR. Cindy works out of the Roseville Campus and oversees Managed Care at all of CoRR’s locations.

 

Travis BaileyTravis Bailey, CADC II ~ Auburn Campus Residential Program Manager
Travis initially started his career with us as an on call relief staff in 2002 at our Auburn Campus – Residential Program. Travis completed Breining institute 2010 for his counseling education, and holds a CADC II as a counselor with CCAPP. Key to his role as Program Manager, Travis works closely with families, clients, and clinical staff, and has a natural ability to work with those who have mental health challenges or withdrawal management issues. Travis has the ability to remain steadfast in any crisis, is solution oriented, and has been leading our residential team at our Auburn Campus since January.

 

Nathan Rude, CADC II ~ Program Manager, Auburn Campus

Nathan began working at the Sierra Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (SCOADD) in February 2004 joining Community Recovery Resources in 2011 when the organizations merged.  Nathan worked more than four years in the residential facility as House Manager and transitioned to DUI program in July of 2008.  Nathan became site coordinator in November 2011 and began to oversee the Out Patient Program September 2014.  Nathan became a CADC II in September 2015.  Nathan’s history prior to the recovery field involves 8 years as a restaurant manager, and 10 years serving in the military.  Nathan holds a BS degree in Forestry from Oregon State University.

David Scinto ~ CFO

David Scinto is a principal at Scinto Group. The firm has over 80 years of combined experience with a team of professionals has been assembled to provide expert service in an array of business audit and accounting areas. Since its inception, the Firm has been committed to serving assurance clients in highly­ regulated specialized industries such as not-for-profit, federally funded agencies, and government entities. We are familiar with the strategic differences and challenges that each not-for-profit structure brings to its operations. In addition, we have been working with our not-for-profit clients to assist them in complying with the State of California Nonprofit Integrity Act of 2004.

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