Staff

Corporate Staff

Paul Hamblin, CEO

Paul has been working in the field of addictions for over 17 years. He has experience in admissions, intake, development, aftercare planning, case management and marketing. Paul’s passion is helping individuals and families who are struggling to get the help they need. With close ties to the recovering community and its treatment providers, Paul has developed long-term relationships with many of the most well known facilities and professionals nationally in the treatment arena.

Stephanie Griffin, Director of Admissions

Stephanie is a life-long resident of Bowling Green and a graduate of Western Kentucky University. She holds an Associate of Arts in Paralegal Studies, as well as a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies with an Emphasis in Business. As a recovering addict herself, she understands the pain associated with co-dependency and addiction and seeks to provide empathy and compassion to others struggling with their own issues in life. She is actively involved in the fellowship of Narcotics Anonymous and believes strongly in the 12 Steps and the spiritual principles embedded in them. In addition to her personal recovery and helping others on the path to recovery, Stephanie enjoys horseback riding, camping and spending time with her amazing daughter Harley and their dogs, Charlie and Gracie.

Monty Mitchell, Director of Business Operations

Monty joined The Bridge to Recovery staff in April 2015. He comes to us with many years of administrative and bookkeeping experience. The Bridge and Monty’s paths crossed at the exact right time. His experiences and life lessons have taught him to live life at the beat of his own drum and out loud rather than to let the “normal” dictate the life that he leads. He is always willing to listen but not afraid to tell you the truth.  

Neena Wilcox, Director of Alumni Relations, Outreach Specialist, Digital Marketing

Neena graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and a Minor in Criminology, and has been in the behavioral health field for 12 years.  She began her career working with adolescents and “at risk” youth in group home settings. After relocating, she spent several years as a substance abuse counselor at a treatment center in Nashville. During her tenure at The Bridge since 2010, she has served as both Director of Operations & Director of Admissions.  In 2014, she excitedly accepted her new role as the Director of Alumni Relations in pursuit of developing and integrating a program for Bridge Alumni.  Her focus includes providing Alumni support after graduation, creating opportunities for Alumni to find fellowship, and learning how to track and improve outcomes.  Neena has also served on a Leadership Committee for the National Membership Organization "TPAS" (Treatment Professionals in Alumni Services). In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family, and participating in co-ed sports activities.

Anastasia Doyle, Lead Intake Specialist

Anastasia graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2014 with a BS in Psychological Science with a concentration in clinical psychology. She has experience working with individuals with PTSD, people with a history of self-harm and suicidal ideation, as well as individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Anastasia has one child, Delilah who is almost 5 years old. With a drive and passion for helping others, Anastasia is looking forward to using her passion to help individuals conquer and grow from their past experiences. She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, shopping, playing games, reading, crafting and spending time outdoors.

JoAnn Resner, Intake Specialist
BS

JoAnn graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2014 with a bachelor of science in Psychological Science with a concentration in cognition and neurobiology. She focused her research on cognitive priming and its influence on behavior. She is a strong believer that the energy inside us is the energy that is attracted to us. She knows that to own one’s genuine self it takes guts and grit. She is excited to help people in finding their path to loving themselves so that they may live positive lives. In her free time, she enjoys being with her family and friends. On sunny days, she is out in nature: kayaking, hiking, zip lining and backpacking. She is “mom” to three spoiled kitties: Kimiko, Pika and Sparky. 

RaeAnn Marquez, Outreach Specialist

After 26 years of her personal recovery Rae Ann, who had shared her experiences, strength and hope in both 12 Step Programs and as a volunteer at treatment programs, chose to attend The Bridge in Bowling Green in order to fully explore and understand the underlying issues of co-dependency and childhood trauma that continued to cause her pain and threaten her recovery.  The experience at this facility changed her life and enhanced the quality of her sobriety.  Now she shares her experiences as she reaches out to others on behalf of the Bridge throughout her beautiful home state of Colorado.

Keats Komisar, Outreach Specialist

Keats comes to the Bridge with over 30 years of experience in sales and marketing. The last 12 years have been spent in the field or Recovery. As a Bridge alumnus, Keats understands the devastating effects of Trauma, Co-dependency and Compulsive Behaviors.  He is the father of 4 children and has a 9 year old grandson. He is active in his recovery and uses many of the tools he learned at The Bridge when he was a client there. Keats says coming to the Bridge has been a dream come true as he believes strongly in the Bridge’s mission and has a true desire to help others. "When I am talking to family members or potential clients they often say 'thank you so much for the help,' but the truth is they are helping me way more than I have helped them just by having the opportunity to connect and remember the pain of not knowing the answers I needed to heal." Other than Family and work, Keats also has a passion for salt water fishing.

Deitra Abigt, Outreach Specialist

Terra Holbrook, Accelerated Program for Behavioral Health Professionals Coordinator/Facilitator
MSW, LCSW, CADC

Previously the Director of Clinical Services for The Bridge, Terra now coordinates and facilitates the Accelerated Program for Behavioral Health Professionals. She has been working in the addictions and mental health fields since 1993. Terra is specialized in the field of Sex, Love and Relationship Addiction.