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2020 Stigma Survey

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Recovery Support Staff

Lisa, BSSW, CCSM

Case Management Supervisor

Lisa has worked at Crawford County Drug and Alcohol since 1999 and is a certified case manager. She started out as a case coordinator then moved into a case manager supervisor position which oversees the Certified Recovery Specialists. She enjoys interacting with people; feeling honored when someone entrusts her enough to share their story.

Lisa earned her Bachelor of Science degree in social work from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. Spending time with family is one of her favorite ways to destress on top of enjoying auctions/flea markets/yard sales, crafts, and re-purposing old furniture.

“What does recovery mean to you?”
Recovery is different for everyone, an individualized journey that starts with the desire for change. It is living a healthy, well-balanced life to one’s fullest potential.

Judith

Certified Recovery Specialist

Judith is a certified Recovery Specialist who has been sober and clean since 2007. CRS’s provide support and insight to individuals that are seeking recovery. She has worked at Crawford County Drug and Alcohol since 2010 and enjoys helping others discover a new way of living.

Judith loves to cook, garden and enjoys sharing with others. Taking rides with her dog as she embraces nature is her favorite way to take care of herself.

“What does recovery mean to you?”
Freedom to live a very rewarding life without escaping reality.

Tom

Certified Recovery Specialist

Tom has worked at Crawford County Drug and Alcohol since 2016 as a Certified Recovery Specialist. CRS’s provide support and insight to individuals that are seeking recovery. He carries he message of faith and hope of a better way to live.

Spending quality time with his family, especially his grandson is his favorite way to decompress. Tom also likes working on and riding motorcycles, fishing, hiking, and riding bikes.

“What does recovery mean to you?”
Changing your life for the better.

Diana

Certified Recovery Specialist

Diana has worked at Crawford County Drug and Alcohol since December 2019 as a Certified Recovery Specialist with a concentration in social inclusion. CRS’s provide support and insight to individuals that are seeking recovery. She enjoys working with motivated clients. Diana’s self-care go to is to get out in nature and listen to positive music. She also enjoys poetry, creative arts and reading about inspirational leaders.

“What does recovery mean to you?”
Recovery means abstaining from mind altering substances and learning how to live by principles that enhance every aspect of your life. Recovery represents freedom and restoration.

Kyle

Certified Recovery Specialist

Kyle is a Certified Recovery Specialist (CRS). CRS’s provide support and insight to individuals that are seeking recovery. He started working at Crawford County Drug and Alcohol in 2019. Kyle is a person in long-term recovery who assists others in finding their own path to recovery and wellness. Kyle believes that recovery is a lifelong exploration of self that is achieved through social support and being a part of a community.

Kyle enjoys fishing, being outdoors and spending time with his family.

The Crawford County Drug & Alcohol Executive Commission Can Help

Call (814) 724.4100 to schedule your assessment

24-Hour Crisis Hotline (814) 724.2732