Crestview offers a wide range of experienced and educated staff and contractors. Our therapists, doctors, case managers, and support staff are passionate about recovery and change. Their years of experience combined with their extensive education backgrounds make them the ideal team to help you or your loved one begin their journey to recovery. We pride ourselves on offering a diverse team, able to handle the most complex conditions with ease and comfort.

Clinical Director

Kevin Minor, LCSW
Clinical Director
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Kevin Minor LCSW, is the Clinical Director at Crestview Recovery. He currently holds a License in Clinical Social Work in both the State of Oregon and the State of California and received his Master’s in Social Work at Portland State University.

Kevin has over 10 years of experience working with individuals who are experiencing substance related issues as well as severe mental health issues. He has worked as both a direct service clinician as well as clinical supervisor and clinical manager in several different settings, including transitional housing, assisted living, and residential placement. Kevin also has experience working with adolescents and adults with a history of forensic behavior or who were actively involved parole or probation. Kevin is excited to be part of a program that allows him to further explore the field of addiction and recovery as well as to continue developing his clinical experience in a creative and supportive environment.

Executive Director

Aaron Burton
Executive Director
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Aaron Burton is the Executive Director at Crestview Recovery Center. Aaron has an extensive background in substance abuse treatment, leadership and client care. Aaron supervises the Residential Technicians and helps bridge the communication gap between the Residential and Clinical departments.

Medical Director

Merle D. Williamson, M.D.
Medical Director
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Merle Williamson, MD has served as Medical Director to Crestview Recovery since 2016. Dr. Williamson has a broad background in addiction medicine previously working in a staff physician capacity at Hazelden Treatment Center.

As Medical Director, Dr. Williamson oversees Crestview’s outpatient drug and alcohol treatment centers. In addition to providing patients with appropriate medical care, Dr. Williamson develops and implements policies and procedures, detox protocols and quality assurance.

Prior to working in the field of addiction medicine, Dr. Williamson specialized in anesthesiology for 25 years. His expertise and experience as Chair of Hospital Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and Chief of Anesthesia at Kaiser Permanente gives him a unique and important perspective in healing patients who are addicted to prescription drugs.

Dr. Williamson was awarded his medical degree from Oregon Health Sciences University. He is a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and Oregon Society of Addiction Medicine. He is a Diplomat at the American Board of Addiction Medicine.

Primary Therapists

Christine M. Artmann, MS, NCC, CADC III
Primary Therapist
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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As a Primary Therapist at Crestview Recovery, Christine facilitates a therapy group in the morning, and conducts individual and family sessions in the afternoons. She brings broad experience to her practice at Crestview Recovery having worked in the addiction and mental health field for the past 8 years. In addition to residential and outpatient settings, she has experience facilitating both wilderness and equine therapies.

Christine comes from a background of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing. She helps clients challenge and change negative thoughts and behaviors that inhibit the achievement of goals and passions in life.

She received her Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University and is currently working toward her Licensed Professional Counseling (LPC) certification with the State of Oregon. Christine is a National Certified Counselor and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Level 3.

When she is not working with clients, Christine enjoys kayaking, hiking, or spending time at the beach with her family. She finds spiritual replenishment from the outdoors and thrives being one with nature. She also volunteers her time at a local non-profit that strives to find safe and supportive homes for unwanted horses.

Mary Evrard, MA, LPC
Primary Therapist
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Mary J. Evrard MA, LPC is a primary therapist at Crestview Recovery. She currently holds a license as a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Oregon and Wyoming. She holds Masters in Mental Health Counseling as well as Marriage and Family Counseling from Webster University in Ocala Florida.

Mary has 7 years professional experience working with people with severe mental health issues, a variety of developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, addicted inmates, adolescents, couples, families of children in the legal system, and those who are survivors of trauma. Mary has been working in the addiction for over 31 years. Mary also has an extensive background working with the LGBTQ community. Mary has worked with severely emotionally disturbed adolescents and adults. She comes with an eclectic approach with an emphasis on trauma-informed person centered therapies, with a background in Gestalt, DBT, CBT, Holotropic Breathwork, and Systems Marriage and Family Therapy. She is very excited to be a member of the Crestview team.

Mary Brown, CADC II, CDP
Primary Therapist
Crestview Recovery, LLC
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Mary Brown is a primary therapist treating individuals with a substance use disorder.  She attained her Chemical Dependency Professional credential from Washington State in 1996 and her Certified Alcohol/Drug Counselor II from the State of Oregon in 2015.  Mary also obtained certification as a Relapse Prevention Specialist 2004. Mary possesses almost 25 years of experience working with substance use disordered individuals.  She has held a number of positions in the substance use disorder treatment field including; primary group therapist; relapse group therapist; outpatient group therapist; pregnancy/post-partum group therapist and outpatient program manager.  Her experience also includes working with a number of community and State organizations regarding patient practices with substance use disorder and co-occurring individuals. Mary has a deep caring for the substance using individual which includes; meeting the client where they are in the time of the recovery process.  She is actively involved in educating the client and their family on the disease of substance use disorder and the identification of negative life impact from their use.   Mary also understands that as a therapist she must engage in adequate self-care and for her that means; spending time with her family, going to the beach and just relaxing.

Anne Taylor, LPC, CADC I
Primary Therapist
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As a Primary Therapist at Crestview Recovery, Anne offers clients individual and group therapy. She utilizes a client-centered, strength-based approach helping clients to be more present, resilient, and comfortable living life on life’s terms. Her background includes working with diverse populations in residential and outpatient treatment settings addressing addiction, trauma, dual-diagnosis, sexual health, existential issues, and criminal thinking. As a Masters level trained Art Therapist Anne can offer the added dimension of visual expression and creativity t o enrich personal insight and healing in the therapeutic process.

Anne received her Masters in Art Therapy and Counseling from Marylhurst University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Level 1 (CADC1).

Leanne Arbasetti, MA, LPC, MAC, CADC III
Flex Therapist
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As the Flex Therapist at Crestview Recovery, Leanne serves in a variety of roles to support clients. Fortunately, she has a varied background in addiction treatment field, as well as experience in creating and managing mental health programs. Leanne has worked in the addiction treatment sector since 2009, serving in detox, residential, admissions, training, individual, group, family, and dual diagnosis areas.

On the clinical side at Crestview Recovery, Leanne teaches the Life Skills Group and leads the Mental Health in Recovery Group, which teaches clients how to manage co-occurring disorders, such as bipolar, depression, eating, or other compulsive behaviors. She also completes a Bio-Psych-Social Assessment for all new clients.

Leanne’s administrative responsibilities ensure quality assurance and compliance with Oregon state regulations. To that end, Leanne reviews every chart note for quality control. She also supervises several therapists working on their CADC I certification.

With an earlier career as an audiologist, Leanne completed her graduate coursework in Speech and Hearing from Pacific Union College. After overcoming her own battle with addiction, Leanne was awarded a Master’s in Professional Counseling in 2008 from Northwest Christian University. Leanne is a Licensed Professional Counselor for the State of Oregon and holds state and national credentials with her CADC III and Master Addiction Counselor designations. She has additional training in Eye Movement and Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and supervision.

Leanne loves teaching counseling skills and providing training to others who want to go into the addictions field. “I love working with addicts. It truly is a magical process, and it is an honor to observe.”

In her free time, Leanne loves spending time with her 3-year old son. She hopes to run her second half-marathon someday soon.

Group Therapists

Jenene Belshe, CADC II
Group Therapist, Aftercare
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As a therapist at Crestview Recovery, Jenene Belshe leads three groups each week. Jenene has worked in the treatment sector since 2014 and specializes in family and addiction.

In the Self-Compassion and Empowerment Group, Jenene focuses clients on learning to treat yourself as you would your best friend. She helps build confidence and a foundation to make the difficult, but important, changes in their lives.

Jenene leads the Foundations of 12-Steps, which centers around community. She demonstrates how to build a supportive community, finding sober networking outlets and creating fun in sobriety.

Her third group, Relapse Prevention, teaches clients about triggers, building coping skills, and how to move from shame to the realm of lifelong recovery as a real option. Jenene helps clients create healthy choices and strategies for living a sober life.

Jenene says, “Crestview Recovery is filling a really important niche, particularly in the Portland area. Medication assisted treatment is a critical treatment option for many clients in the first year, and Crestview provides, not only the treatment, but also the housing option.”

Jenene holds a B.S. in Human Development from Warner Pacific College and an Associate degree in Drug & Alcohol Counseling from Portland Community College.

Jesse Decker CADC I
Group Therapist, Foundations of 12 Step Recovery
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Jesse leads the Foundations of 12-Steps. This group centers around helping clients build a supportive sober community that will continue to benefit the client well after they have concluded treatment. Clients will also receive a better understanding of the 12 steps and identify how they may be used as healthy tools and coping strategies that can aid the client in handling cravings, stress, and difficult life events.

Jesse has been engaged in the substance abuse field since 2013. His experience includes working in an inpatient facility as a chemical dependency technician, and as an outpatient recovery support counselor, working with individuals, groups and families recovering from substance abuse.

Jesse holds an Associate degree in Drug and Alcohol Counseling from Portland Community College and is currently finishing his Bachelors in Social Work at Portland State University.

Amanda Holden, MA, CADCI
Group Therapist, Brene Brown Connections Curriculum
Crestview Recovery, LLC
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Amanda Holden is a group therapist with Crestview Recovery. Amanda facilitates the Brene Brown Connections Curriculum group. “The aim of this group is to engage clients in the arduous process of developing shame resilience, the foundation for authentic connection in our lives,” said Amanda. Initially trained as a marriage and family therapist, Amanda has been working therapeutically with children, teens, families, couples and individual adults since 2009. Her strong interest in community mental health has influenced her clinical focus on helping those with drug use and abuse problems.

Her experience includes providing dual-diagnosis treatment for teens and adults in outpatient and residential settings, working with high school students and their families regarding students’ alcohol and drug use, and maintaining a private practice. Amanda’s understanding of the multi-faceted challenges that those with alcohol and drug addictions face has inspired her passion for helping clients find their way toward healing and sustained recovery.

When not meeting with clients, she enjoys spending time with her family and taking in the beauty of the Pacific NW!

Mark McDevitt, BA, CADC, CRM
Group Therapist, DBT
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Mark is a native Oregonian who has worked in the addictions treatment field since 2002 in a variety of settings including Residential/Detox, Outpatient, Mental Health, and Gambling Treatment Programs as well as Homeless Outreach Programs for adults experiencing homelessness and addiction.

In addition to being a Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor, Mark is also a Certified Recovery Mentor who readily engages and connects with clients from a place of compassion and understanding, recognizing the importance of treating not only the attendant symptoms of addiction, but also simultaneously providing supportive strategies that factor in the whole person as a unique individual, including their collective experiences and family background as well as any related past trauma history or other personal setbacks.

As a recovering individual himself, Mark knows first-hand the potential pitfalls and struggles that can occur in the early stages of recovery especially during the onset of treatment. He knows that effective treatment is never a one-size-fits-all approach, that while the consequences of addiction may appear somewhat similar from one person to another, it’s the unique attributes of each individual that actually drives the course of true recovery beyond the treatment process. Mark believes in authentically and objectively meeting clients in whatever phase they’re at in their recovery journey, seeking to help them discover and reconnect with their most deeply held values and beliefs as they courageously face and attempt to overcome the various challenges that can lead to lasting freedom from addiction by learning new ways of embracing healthy sobriety in a recovery-oriented lifestyle.

Mark received his Bachelor of Arts in Communication from George Fox University in 1991 and has been a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor since 2003. When he isn’t busy working with clients he likes to spend time watching movies and studying materials about storytelling, story structure, and screenwriting. He also loves motorcycles and rides his Triumph whenever he can.

Brad Poser, Med, CRC, LPC
Group Therapist, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Seeking Safety
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Brad Poser is a group therapist with Crestview Recovery Services. He facilitates both the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Seek Safety Group. He is a strengths-focused CBT therapist and Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) and Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) intern with the state of Oregon.

“I believe that we all have the potential for growth.  Every person has a set of core principals, of values that we aspire to. Sometimes, living up to those aspirations can be hard. I enjoy helping clients hone the skills needed to explore their goals and help them to see how they are progressing towards them,” said Brad.

Kelly Rees, MBA
Group Therapist, Sexual Health and Intimacy in Recovery
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Kelly Rees is a group therapist with Crestview Recovery. Kelly leads the Sexual Health and Intimacy in Recovery group. This group covers the topics of consent, intimate connection, addressing old beliefs, unlinking sex and addictive behaviors, and (re)claiming sexual health/healthy relating. “My work is helping people gain skill in relating to others in healthy ways,” says Rees.

A certified sexologist, Kelly’s experience includes being an Intimacy and Sexuality coach in private practice in Portland. She also has a background in business and an MBA.

Kelly is a doctoral candidate in Sexology at IASHS.

Heidi Savell, LCSW, CADCI
Group Therapist, Family Systems
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Heidi Savell is a group therapist who facilitates Family Systems sessions at Crestview Recovery. “Studies show that including family in the addiction treatment process improves treatment outcomes, strengthens family relationships and reduces the risk of relapse,” said Savell. This group is a place to explore the role that family plays in both addiction and recovery. It is also a place to build the skills that are needed to invite family members and other support people to be a part of the recovery process,” said Savell.

Heidi has been working in the mental health and addictions field in Portland since 2009. Her experience includes a private practice working with individuals, families, and couples with a focus on recovering from addiction and helping people navigate major life transitions.

Rick Wheeler, CADCI
Group Therapist, Foundations of 12 Step Recovery
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Rick Wheeler has been sober since August 1, 1989. He began presenting 12 step workshops in 1995 and has since given workshops in California, Nevada and Oregon. Rick received his Certification in the Art and Practice of Spiritual Direction in 2006 from Spiritual Directors International at Mercy Center in Burlingame, CA and recently received his Masters in Chemical Dependency from Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies.

Rick was the Spiritual Director of the Men’s Recovery Center of Volunteers of America in Portland, OR for seven years.  For the past four years Rick has maintained a small Spirituality and Recovery private practice and currently is a co-facilitator of Facilitated Recovery Enhancement in Portland, Oregon. In 2015 Rick launched the Renewal House Northwest project, a new retreat facility intended for those grounding their recovery in the 12 steps.

Family Therapists

Jennifer Stratton, LPC, CADC I
Family Therapist, Group Therapist, Art and Mindfulness
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Jennifer Stratton serves as a therapist at Crestview Recovery. She is the co-creator of Crestview’s innovative Family Program. Her extensive experience and education provides a strong foundation to support Crestview Recovery clients and their families in healing.

Jennifer works from a strength-based approach with families that focuses on neurobiology of addiction and relationship dynamics. Her practice in facilitating groups demonstrates how family members can learn about effective communication and barriers to self-care, shame, and stigma.

Jennifer also runs Crestview’s Mindful Art Therapy and Mindfulness groups. She uses evidence-based methods, including Kristin Neff’s work on self-compassion.

“I find that younger people especially respond to mindfulness exercises and art therapy. We can engage different parts of the brain. With opioid addicts, the ability to focus has usually been greatly impaired for some time. Art processes effectively sustain focus and engage clients in the present moment.”

Jennifer earned a B.S. from the University of Illinois and a Master’s in Counseling from National Louis University, she continued her post-grad training with a Certification in Mindful Self-Compassion from Kristin Neff, PhD and studied the Hakomi Method of mindfulness somatic psychotherapy in Portland. Jennifer completed her post-grad internship at Hazelden Betty Ford.

Lynn Emmons LCSW, RN, CADC I
Family Therapist
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Lynn serves as the Co-Facilitator for Crestview Recovery’s first-ever Family Workshop. She was also the co-creator of the three-day innovative program that helps reconnect family members and clients.

“Crestview provides the much-needed family support in the recovery and chemical dependency world. Creating and facilitating the workshop at Crestview fuels and guides my passion.”

Lynn brings extensive experience to the recovery community She has worked in a variety of areas, from therapist, case manager and manager of nursing services. She previously collaborated as primary counselor of family therapy groups at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Lynn has worked with children, adolescents, adults and families in mental health/addictions hospital, residential and outpatient settings. Her nursing background provides an additional level of knowledge on which clients can rely upon.

With 30 years’ experience as an addictions nurse, social worker and alcohol and drug counselor, Lynn holds her Master’s in Social Work from Portland State University in 2012 and a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Arizona State University.

Outside of the Crestview Family Workshop, Lynn has her own private practice in Portland.

Case Managers

Jacquelyn L Stedman
Case Manager
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Jacquelyn L Stedman (Jacky) is one of the Case Managers at Crestview Recovery Center. She has worked for numerous years in a variety of areas in the recovery field. Some of the roles she has filled include stabilization with mental health and addictions as well as transitions from state facilities to the community. Jacky is well versed in using de-escalation skills as well as working with a very diverse population. She believes that a big part of giving someone an opportunity to change their lives is to meet them where they’re at with compassion as well as strong boundaries. Jacky’s passion for this work comes from her own personal experience with addiction and recovery.

Carrie Miller
Case Manager
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Carrie grew up in the Pacific Northwest. She’s worked within addictions, dual diagnosed and homeless population for over 7 years. Carrie’s caseload experience ranges from Oregon Youth Authority, women’s corrections, inpatient treatment, supportive housing and Veteran specific. Carrie is extremely passionate and driven about helping others and giving them hope and is very excited to be a part of the Crestview Recovery team. When she is not following her calling, she enjoys time with her children, weight training, strong coffee and chocolate.

Medical

Patricia Murphy, MSN, ANP 
Nurse Practitioner
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Patricia Murphy joined Crestview Recovery’s medical department as Nurse Practitioner in 2016.

Specializing in the care of adults and addiction medicine for over 20 years, Patricia manages Crestview clients’ current medical issues and medication. She is committed to being a positive influence on clients and their individual healthcare. She believes that lifelong recovery is within the grasp of all individuals.

Patricia acquired her expertise in internal medicine and addiction treatment through experience in college health and addiction treatment centers. She has provided care for clients in detox, managed urgent and chronic medical problems in addition to prescribing medications.  She also served on the board of Housecall Providers, a national leader in innovative primary care for the seriously ill homebound population.

Patricia supports developments in the field of addiction medicine that incorporate adjunct treatments and medications which may include anticraving medications. “I also advocate preventative medicine to achieve optimal health for our clients, including incorporating exercise and a healthy diet into any recovery plan.”

Patricia has a Bachelor of Science in nursing and practiced as a community health nurse before receiving her Masters in Primary Care Nursing at Oregon Health Sciences University.

She is an avid traveler and enjoys golf and hiking.

Mike King
Medical Coordinator
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Mike King joined Crestview Recovery in 2017 and serves as a Medical Coordinator. He has worked in the treatment field specializing as a medical and detox technician since 2014.

Mike works with the pharmacy, Medical Director and Nurse Practitioner to ensure that medication orders are correct and timely. He also organizes medications and personally delivers to his clients. At Crestview Recovery, each client gets his or her own Medical Coordinator.

“I love helping people and giving strength and hope in their recovery process. Crestview Recovery provides that supportive environment that leads to lifelong recovery,” says Mike.

Outside of his work at Crestview, Mike enjoys time with his family, including two small boys, and participating in 12-Step fellowship.

Myra Roland
Medical Coordinator
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Myra worked for over 15 years as a CNA when she made the choice to transition her skills and experiences to work in addiction services and got a job working in a residential and detox treatment center. She has a genuine passion for working with individuals battling addiction from both personal and family experiences. She’s happy to be apart of the Crestview team and to be working with such a caring group of people that are helping to change the lives of others. In her free time she loves being outdoors enjoying the sunshine

Administration

Cameron Renfro
Program Manager
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Cameron Renfro is the Men’s Program Manager of Crestview Recovery. He oversees all the housing, transportation, activities, and schedules of Crestview and supervises all the staff involved.  He’s in recovery himself and has experience in the field of addiction treatment. In his free time, Cameron frequently plays golf, follows the Louisville Cardinals basketball and football teams, and is active in 12-step based groups.

Ryan Opsahl
Director of Clinical Outreach
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Ryan Opsahl is the Director of Clinical Outreach for Crestview Recovery Services. Ryan manages and maintains a wide variety of marketing processes and is responsible for developing and maintaining referral sources on a national level, while also generating referrals from clinicians and other sources. Ryan has worked in the addiction treatment field since 2010 and is truly passionate about helping guide individuals down a path to successful long term recovery. He uses his own experience as a recovering alcoholic/addict to help referral sources gain access to any helpful resources that will assist their clients in achieving growth, change, and wholeness.

Garrett Tardif
Intake Coordinator
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As the Intake Coordinator for Crestview Recovery, Garrett Tardif works alongside the clinical, intake, and medical teams. He is the first voice and face to meet incoming clients. Garrett ensures that each client has a smooth transition from their initial phone call to getting settled in their house. He is also a resource for clients to utilize throughout their stay.

Garrett also works with billing and insurance companies to determine initial verifications and assist families in navigating the often-challenging financial details. He is an integral part of the entire admission process.

Having been in the recovery field for over two years, Garrett has worked at Crestview Recovery since it opened. His highly-developed people skills help clients feel at ease the moment they step through the doors at Crestview Recovery.

Garrett is originally from Connecticut, and he enjoys playing golf, snowboarding and traveling.

Tuni Heriford
Intake Coordinator
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Tuni joined the Crestview team in 2018. Through her personal recovery, Tuni has found her true passion lies in helping others on their road to recovery. She is often the first point of contact for addicts and family members seeking treatment and has the unique to provide comfort in a time of crisis.

Ella Smith
On-Call Intake Specialist
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Ella conducts bio-psycho-social evaluations at Crestview. As a native Russian, her education received in Moscow includes arts and linguistics: she holds BA in Choreography and MA in Musical Theater, Russian for Foreigners, and Commercial Interpreting. Ella moved to Portland in 1997 and found herself in a court/medical interpreter’s position. She obtained extensive legal training from Oregon Judicial Department and completed numerous psychology and sociology college courses. In 2010 she got certified as CADC I and is currently working toward CADC III. Ella has over 17 years of experience as an evaluator and counselor in the Domestic Violence Intervention, DUII, and A&D treatment programs, including IOP. Ella’s eclectic approach allows the use of various theories and modalities. Her philosophy as a counselor is in Motivational Interviewing, CBT, and a combination of personal accountability and empathy. Playing competitive tennis and being an accomplished pianist helps Ella to maintain a healthy balance in life.

Susan Moore
Bookkeeper
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Sue Moore is the bookkeeper for Crestview Recovery Services, Inc.  While she’s not at work, she enjoys sewing, camping, fishing and especially riding her horse in the beautiful Oregon wilderness. She holds two black belts and owned and operated a Martial Arts School when in her youth. Sue enjoys the details needed to do her job well, and loves the fact that she’s a member of a team that is focused on helping people improve their lives.

Josselyn Schaad
Clinical Billing Supervisor
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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Josselyn Schaad is the Clinical Billing Supervisor at Crestview Recovery. She works with Crestview’s billing company to ensure that insurance claims are processed as accurately and effectively as possible.

Jayne Cooley Granlund, CDP
Utilization Management
Crestview Recovery Services, LLC
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With more than a decade working in the treatment field, Jayne Granlund serves as the Utilization Manager at Crestview Recovery. She created the Utilization Management department which compiles and provides all pertinent medical information to insurance companies.

Jayne’s expertise in insurance, along with her attention to detail, supports her role in demonstrating why insurance companies should pay for treatment at Crestview Recovery. Her approach in reviewing treatment for medical necessity produces results for clients.

“I love the programs at Crestview Recovery. The comprehensiveness and variety of treatment modalities is better than anything I’ve seen,” says Jayne. “These are the type of methods that lead to lifelong recovery.”

Jayne is currently enrolled in the B.S. program in Counseling at Grand Canyon University. She holds a Chemical Dependency Professional Certification from Washington and Oregon (pending).

Outside of her work at Crestview, Jayne enjoys spending time with her family, including her children and grandchildren.

Colin Moore

CEO

Brett Toran

COO