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Nick Streeter

Nick Streeter

Executive Director

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Nick has been working in substance abuse treatment since 2016. Nick began his journey in the treatment world as a Behavioral Health Technician before moving onto becoming the Intake Coordinator for the first facility he worked at. Upon returning to Ohio Nick began working in the admissions department for a facility in his hometown. After just a few months of working in admissions Nick was given the position of Discharge Coordinator for that same facility. Nick then accepted a position in outreach, building relationships with local businesses and committees focused on prevention and treatment placement services. Finally, he accepted a position as Executive Director for Recovery Institute of Ohio, working very closely with clinical, medical, and administrative staff to provide the highest quality of care for clients and their loved ones.

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Patrick Murray

Patrick Murray

Director of Operations

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Born and raised in Demarest, New Jersey, Patrick’s early years were spent surrounded by two loving parents and a brother who was 10 years older than him. With such a large age gap between them, Patrick often felt like an only child, which could be lonely at times.
Baseball and golf were always his passions growing up. Fortunately, he was able to pursue them in college, but it was at that time that he realized his challenges with learning, confidence and self-esteem. These challenges quickly began to consume him. Patrick was able to develop friendships with classmates and teammates, but it was on the field and the course that he felt most comfortable, by himself. Shortly after starting college, he began taking opioids and over the course of a year, segued to heroin addiction. Constantly lying and stealing money from his family began to take over his life. Patrick was completely losing control. Of course, he didn’t recognize the negative behavior at the time. He wanted to feel GOOD, STRONG, LOVED, and above all, he wanted to “LIKE” himself. Sadly, his addiction gave him a false sense that all of those things were true.
Blessed with two incredible parents, they did everything in their power to help me. This involved a move to Florida where he entered into a treatment center. Taking this first step is what saved Patrick’s life. It was then that he realized he had two new passions in life – recovery and helping others. From that point on, Patrick has been dedicating his life to recovery and helping others cope with and work through their struggles.
With more than five years of sobriety, he learned a lot about the process of recovery, and experienced so much growth, both personally and professionally. Nate has been a tremendous mentor to Patrick, along with his close friends that he considers family.
Patrick packed up his clubs and left the warm Florida sunshine because he knew Sandusky needed his help, and he is prepared to help as many people as possible.
As Director of Operations, Patrick is involved in every aspect of the daily functions that make the Recovery Institute a loving and productive home. This is where Patrick belongs, and he is excited to bring hope and meaningful change to the area.

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Jessica Kitchin, M.S., LICDC, CCTP

Jessica Kitchin, M.S., LICDC, CCTP

Clinical Program Manager/Primary Therapist

Jessica has over two years of experience with counseling those in need of treating their substance use disorders. Jessica obtained her Master of Science Degree in Addiction Counseling from Grand Canyon University in August of 2018. She worked as a case manager for a year with two different agencies specializing in substance use disorders, mental health, and criminal justice. Jessica obtained her license as an independent chemical dependency counselor in August of 2019 and obtained her Post-Master of Science Trauma Certificate in October of 2019. Jessica also obtained a certification as a certified clinical trauma professional in 2020. Jessica is passionate about assisting others reach their full potential in recovery.

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Angie Harris

Angie Harris

Clinical Director

 

I have been in recovery for 16 years and working in the field for 7 years. I graduated from Terra Community College with 2 Associate of Applied Science degrees in 2011. I went on to earn a Bachelor of Social Work in 2014 and Master of Social Work in 2017. I have been an independently licensed Social Worker (LISW) since September 2020. I worked in community mental health for 6.5 years and have been with Recovery Institute of Ohio since August 2021. I provide a blend of Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing to help clients gain insight to the root of their addiction and initiate the healing needed for long-term recovery.

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Max King

Max King

CDCA Primary Therapist

 

Max was born and raised in Sandusky, OH and has been working as a substance abuse counselor since 2015. He is very passionate in what he does. He is happily married and is a father of two. He graduated with his Bachelors Degree in Applied Behavioral Science from Ashford University and is currently attending Grand Canyon University to obtain his Masters of Social Work. Max is a published recovery self-help author with his book titled The Proud Addict with many more titles to come. On February 27, 2022 Max celebrated 8 years of continuous sobriety.

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Alli Delgado, CDCA

Alli Delgado, CDCA

Case Manager

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Allison is a treatment professional with 2 years of experience in helping the addict through their most troubled times. She has personal knowledge of addiction and has obtained multiple trainings and certifications. Allison holds her CDCA licensure through the Ohio Chemical Dependency Professionals Board. Allison’s goal as a case manager is to ensure that all the client’s outside issues are handled while in treatment to make their stay as comfortable and focused as possible. Allison is originally from Columbus, Ohio and was brought up with good morals and a loving family. Allison started experimenting with substances in high school. She quickly realized that she was developing a problem, but that did not stop her. Allison entered treatment after several attempts she took a program of recovery serious. Which to her means no excuses and always doing the next right thing. Today Allison Is a mother, a daughter, a faithful friend and a significant other. Through all the obstacles that Allison has faced, she is living proof that with hard work and determination anyone can be successful.

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Danielle Hammon

Danielle Hammon

Alumni Coordinator

 

Danielle has been in recovery since 2020. She began working in treatment with Recovery Institute of Ohio since April of that 2021. Her first job with the facility was as a Behavioral Health Technician. Due to her amazing ability to relate to and support the clients Danielle was quickly awarded the position of Intensive Outpatient House Manager. Danielle has served as a vital support piece for the women in the program and is an excellent example of what recovery can do for any individual. After a few months of working as the House Manager, Danielle was given the opportunity to develop and nurture the new Alumni Director position. Danielle works tirelessly to ensure our clients are receiving support in their living situations during treatment and their next steps afterward.

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Seeing the big picture of a sober lifestyle can be challenging at the beginning stages of a recovery journey. For many of those struggling with alcohol abuse or drug addiction, considering a life free of substances is daunting until skills are in place to understand how long-term sobriety can be applied to day-to-day life.

Addiction Relapse Prevention

While addiction affects individuals in a variety of ways – one thing is certain: the most successful recovery programs integrate relapse prevention into the treatment. For most patients working to overcome substance abuse, a singular program is not enough for sustained sobriety. Instead, patients should focus on finding programs that gradually introduce them back into day-to-day life while helping them reach their physical and mental health goals.

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Benefits of PHP

Healing is not linear. Neither is substance abuse recovery. That’s why it is important that we provide customized care for what you need when you need it. At Drug Rehab Ohio, our Partial Hospitalization (PHP) program meets you exactly where you are.

Mental Health Facilities in Columbus Ohio

At Recovery Institute of Ohio, we believe mental health facilities in Columbus, Ohio, should be accessible and available for everyone. That’s why we have prioritized mental health and continue to establish the link between mental health providers and addiction treatment in the Columbus, Ohio, area.

Addiction Treatment in Columbus Ohio

Addiction does not have a specific look, and addiction treatment shouldn’t either. Because of the wide range of people that suffer from substance abuse, the best addiction treatment facilities provide a wide range of treatment options that accommodate individuals from all walks of life.

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