Mary Leach – RN, CEO
Mary is responsible for conducting the overall orchestration of services and providing Financial/Operation Management. Her experience includes management of skilled, sub-acute, assisted living, independent and campus of care.
Mrs. Leach was Divisional Vice President for a major corporation and responsible for the management of 43 facilities located nationwide. In her capacity as Vice President, she developed aggressive Medicare programs, initiated contractual agreements with managed care companies, and pursued the development of specialty services, such as sub-acute care.
In addition, Mrs. Leach has a successful history as a Director of Nursing, Administrator and Regional Director in long term and sub-acute care.
Wendy Rodriguez, VP of Operations
Wendy Rodriguez is an VP of Operations with 22 years of experience in facility credentialing, behavioral coaching, quality management, program development and facility operations and compliance.
Prior to her position as Executive Director in an Adult Substance Abuse Treatment facility, Wendy spent 12 years working with adolescents with behavioral health issues before starting a career in Substance Abuse Rehabilitation.
Wendy has developed and facilitated a wide range of training programs for Behavioral Health Professionals – from Professional Boundaries and Coping Skills to Universal Precautions and Facility Compliance.
Wendy specializes in assisting clients with Substance Use Disorders and Co-Occurring conditions by ensuring staff are adequately trained in appropriate client interactions, crisis intervention, and facility compliance. She is knowledgeable and experienced with regulatory agencies such as Arizona Department of Health Standards, CARF, and The Joint Commission.
Wendy’s progressive career as a Behavioral Coach, Facility Operations Director, Compliance Officer, and current position as an Executive Director demonstrates her overall strengths in the behavioral health field.
Bryan Coe – VP of Development
Bryan Coe is the VP of Development at Unhooked Recovery. He loves the saying:
“That sometimes you have to be cracked to let the light shine through” – Someone Genius
Bryan had to be cracked to let the light shine through. Being in recovery himself he has discovered a passion to help the lost. Bryan has a unique ability to capture an audience. He grabs people’s attention through active listening and honesty. Before his career path changed, he worked as a personal trainer and in ministry as well. He has a working knowledge of the traditional model of recovery as well as the spiritual. Bryan formerly worked at the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center where he regularly spoke on the nature of addiction in front of government officials. Since joining Unhooked Recovery, he has established a rapport with the court system that has allowed clients to stay in treatment as opposed to incarceration. He has implemented positive change in the restructuring of Unhooked Recovery’s programming.
Bryan brings a level of light-hearted professionalism that continues to bring continuity to the Unhooked Team.
Betsy Barrett, LISAC – Clinical Director of Residential
Betsy Barrett, LISAC is independently licensed by the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners (AZBBHE) as a substance abuse counselor since 2017. She is also a CADAC through the Arizona Board for Certification of Addiction Counselors (ABCAC), which is an entity that recognizes excellence in the addiction field since 2016. Betsy has her master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Cambridge College. She has been working for Unhooked Recovery since 2016 as first a primary therapist, then the Clinical Manager for the newly opened Women’s section and most recently has been the Clinical Director since January 2021. Prior to her employment at Unhooked, she lived and worked in Connecticut as an LADC, licensed therapist for adolescent services for 20 years. Betsy has been in the behavioral health field since 1996 and has served a variety of roles including mental health counselor, certified substance abuse counselor and primary therapist for clients with co-occurring disorders and a range of behavioral health disorders. Betsy has been trained in CBT, DBT and 12 step facilitation, among other evidence-based practices. She has a wealth of experience that serves the clients and allows comprehensive supervision for the counselors at Unhooked.
Colby Rooney – Director of Outreach
Colby is an exceptional role model and mentor who offers her life as living proof that recovery is possible. Colby believes in the transformative power of recovery and shares that with each client that walks through the door. Colby has years of crisis/detox/psych experience in the behavioral field. She gained her knowledge while working at Community Bridges Inc. Colby is also a certified, insured, and bonded interventionist. When Colby is not working you will find her consistently performing acts of service to the recovery community not only in Arizona, but nationwide. Colby lives and breathes recovery; she has a unique ability to build personal relations with those who suffer from a killer disease. Colby started as a peer support specialist and through rigorous effort has worked her way to the Director of Outreach. Colby has made a huge impact to the Unhooked Recovery team!
Colby lives her life by the saying, “FEAR, face everything and recover.
Debi Reynolds, LPN – Director of Care
Debi Reynolds is a Licensed Practical Nurse who works with men and women suffering with Substance Use and Co-Occurring disorders to receive well founded medical and psychiatric care as they navigate through their individual recovery. Debi believes that by offering the latest innovations in treatment along with person-centered, compassionate care, you can connect with the individuals you’re trying to help and communicate your understanding back to them and assist them as they navigate through their recovery program.
Debi has worked as a nurse in Arizona since 2004. Throughout her career she has served on the Events and Training Committee for Arizona ALFA for 11 years and the Alzheimer’s Association Memory Walk Committee for 3 years. Debi continues to serve her community through her rider’s club where they work alongside other veteran-based non-profits to raise awareness in the fight to prevent veteran suicide.
Debi received her nursing training while serving in the U.S. Army as a Combat Medic and upon graduation from St. Philips College in San Antonio, Texas, began her career as a nurse.
Linnea Gillett, RN – Administrator of Detox
Linnea Gillett is the Director of Nursing at Unhooked Recovery, where she oversees Unhooked’s Detox Unit. She is incredibly passionate about helping the addict who still suffers, with an emphasis in creating a warm and compassionate environment for the patients and staff, while maintaining best evidence-based practices and safety compliance.
During her time at Unhooked Recovery, she has implemented new protocols, policies, and procedures, streamlined day-to-day processes, and successfully navigated the necessary measures to meet CARF accreditations.
Prior to Unhooked Recovery Linnea began her Registered Nursing career at Community Bridges Inc. where she was afforded an incredible opportunity to experience a wide variety of patient populations and situations and develop her desire for helping those in need. Previously, Linnea was the Office Manager for a small church, which helped her build her faith which carries her through both the best and the worst days.
Linnea holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Grand Canyon University and plans to pursue her education in the field from her alma mater.
Linnea is an Arizona native and when she is not working enjoys adventuring out with her son backpacking, hiking, kayaking and is an aspiring climber, with the motto of “Set a goal to achieve something that is so big, so exhilarating that it excites you and scares you at the same time.”
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