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Mae Maurer-Rogers
BS LADC MSW LICSW, Owner/Director

Mae Maurer-Rogers, BS LADC MSW LICSW, Owner/Director is a magna cum laude graduate of St. Cloud State University where she received a Master's of Social Work and Bachelor of Science with dual degrees in Social Work and Criminal Justice Studies.  She received her Chemical Dependency Counselor certification from Ridgewater College.  She is a MN Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW) and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC).  Mae is EMDR trained and specializes in trauma related disorders and life events.  She has specialized training in domestic violence. She was a MN Child Welfare Scholar and has extensive training, education and experience working with children and families.  Mae fully understands the complexity of the various systems that individuals encounter when battling addiction and rebuilding their lives.  
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Deborah Haines
Assistant Program Director

Deborah Haines, Assistant Program Director, is a retired Alcohol & Drug Counselor in Training (ADC-T) and received her Chemical Dependency Counselor certification from Ridgewater College.  She oversees all areas of the program including sober housing.  She is in training to become a Certified Peer Recovery Specialist.  She shares life experiences that can never be learned in a classroom.  She has overcome her own suffering from addiction and models a lifestyle of compassion, strength and courage to others. Her wisdom, grace, faith and honesty will inspire you to join her in the life changing journey of recovery.
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Alex Maurer
LSW, LADC

Alex Maurer, LSW, LADC, is a graduate of St. Cloud State University where he received a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Social Work and minors in Criminal Justice Studies and Human Relations.  He received his Chemical Dependency certification at Ridgewater College. He is a MN Licensed Social Worker (LSW) and Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC). He co-facilitates the domestic violence offender program.  His lifelong passion for helping others has led him to the world of addiction.  He finds renewed energy in watching people change their lives through recovery. 
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Dodi Greeley
MS LADC

Dodi Greeley, MS LADC is a graduate of St. Cloud State University where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Master’s degree in Criminal Justice Studies-Victimology.  She received her Chemical Dependency Counselor certification from Ridgewater College and is a MN Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC).  Dodi tailors her counseling through strengths-based and motivational interviewing techniques to meet client needs.  Her passion is helping people find their inner strength and hope to support recovery and make life altering positive changes.  Her own story of recovery is evidence that change does happen with perseverance and commitment to never give up and stay working a program of recovery.
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Tracy Johnson
COT-A, ADC-T
Intake & Care Coordinator

Tracy Johnson, COT-A, ADC-T, is a MN Certified Occupational Therapist-Assistant (COT-A) with a degree from Anoka Technical College and certification in Chemical Dependency Counseling from Ridgewater College.  She is an Alcohol & Drug Counselor in Training (ADC-T) as permitted through the MN Board of Behavioral Health & Therapy.  She has years of experience working with adults with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.  She utilizes her collaboration skills to coordinate various services that clients need to be healthy and successful well beyond treatment.  She is passionate about her service to others and supporting people through the change process of recovery.
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Rebecca (Becky) Kluver
Business Manager & Treatment Coordinator

Rebecca (Becky) Kluver, Business Manager & Treatment Coordinator, is a graduate of St. Cloud State University where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management and Human Resources. She has extensive experience in sales, management, human services, finance, and administrative services.  She is a trained Treatment Coordinator and supports clinical staff in accessing local community resources and using those resources for the benefit of the clients.  She handles all billing, insurance, and financial aspects of the business.  She is pursuing her Chemical Dependency Counseling Certificate at Winona State University and intends to become an LADC. She is a self-motivated and highly organized leader and provides administrative support to all clinical staff to achieve exceptional client care. Her natural gift to multitask, prioritize, and manage time effectively is a perfect asset to our fast paced and compassionate business.