New Directions Northwest - Recovery Village provides a safe and respectful environment where clients can get a fresh start. Treatment is individualized but includes education, focuses on consequences and emphasizes problem-solving skills. Clients participate in relapse planning to minimize the effects of addiction on the family, and parents are allowed to bring children along.
Tammy began working for New Directions on August 28th, 2006 as a personal care coordinator, was promoted to a counselor 1 position March 21st, 2007. April 26th, 2008 became CADC certified, and promoted to Program Supervisor, and managed the transitional house for women and children. April 18th, 2011 became QMHA certified, and in July 2013 accepted the Program Director position at Recovery Village. Before coming to New Directions worked for Hermiston High School in the Special Education field for 11 years and as On Site Director for Umatilla-Morrow County Head start for 2 years.More
Originally from Wallowa County, Reta moved to Baker City and joined New Directions in October of 2012. Reta is passionate about making a difference in rural community mental health. She provides mental health medication management for clients, across the lifespan, at Mountain Valley Mental Health Program, Elkhorn Adolescent Treatment Center, Recovery Village Treatment Center, Baker House Treatment Center, Blue Mountains Addictions Program and Baker County jail.More
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