Our Treatment Team
Mary Leach, RN, CEO
CEO Unhooked Recovery
Mary has been a CEO in the health care industry for over 25 years – most recently as head of CopperSands Healthcare Management company. Her previous experience includes several decades managing behavioral, drug rehab, skilled and assisted living facilities around the country as well as the position of Divisional Vice President for a major corporation and responsible for the management of 43 facilities nationwide. Mary also has a successful history as a Director of Nursing in long term and sub-acute care. Today she brings all of her leadership and medical skills to manage the Unhooked Recovery programs.
Chad Metz is a Licensed Master Social Worker providing substance abuse counseling and individual & family therapy at Unhooked, LLC. He received his master’s degree from Arizona State University in social work and a bachelor’s degree in behavioral science with an emphasis in psychology from Utah Valley University. He is passionate about treating individuals with dependence issues, specifically chemical dependency and addiction. He has served at-risk and troubled populations for over 11 years in the mental health & behavioral health field systems. Chad is committed to treating the whole person by providing a holistic person-centered approach to treatment.
Director of Business Operations
Richard brings 15 years of experience as V.P. of a Fortune 500 Company to the Unhooked Recovery team. Richard has worked in the Escrow business industry as operations manager, and is a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps as well as the Air Force Reserves. He has also been in recovery for 5 years.
Gordon Gray II, MC, LISAC, NCC
Gordon Gray II is an Arizona native with over 20 years of experience in the substance abuse/mental health field. Gordon is a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor (LISAC), Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP). Gordon has experience with adolescents, young adults, and adults. He has worked for the City of Phoenix, Tatum & Associates, and most recently the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center. Gordon has provided leadership to the Arizona Counselors Association, serves as a Counselor Educator with Ottawa University, and is the Chair of the LGBTQ Consortium of Maricopa County. Gordon has a passion for motivating individuals wanting to live a sober life. In his free time, Gordon spends time with his family and close friends.