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Meet Your Experienced Recovery Team

Carl Waterman, CEO

Carl is a professional Life/Recovery Coach from Coatesville, Indiana. He holds a Master of Science degree in Psychology with a specialization in addictions. He is currently a Doctoral Candidate at Trinity Theological Seminary. Carl is certified as a Professional Recovery Coach through the International Association of Professional Recovery Coaches. He is certified as a professional Life Coach through the Fowler International Academy of Professional Coaching. He holds a Medication Assisted Treatment Specialist certification through the Indiana Counselors Association on Alcohol and Drug Abuse.

Adrian attended Keiser University in West Palm Beach majoring in Psychology with a minor in Entrepreneurship. He is learning all aspects of the business and brings vision to the company. Mr. Rosly has found a new home in his work and appreciates the variety that the job brings. He looks forward to helping the clients and their families, guiding them as they embark upon the journey of recovery.

Adrian Rosly, COO

Adrian Rosly, COO

Adrian attended Keiser University in West Palm Beach majoring in Psychology with a minor in Entrepreneurship. He is learning all aspects of the business and brings vision to the company. Mr. Rosly has found a new home in his work and appreciates the variety that the job brings. He looks forward to helping the clients and their families, guiding them as they embark upon the journey of recovery.

Dr. Thomas Millikan, Medical Director

Dr. Thomas Millikan graduated from New Castle High School in 1980. He received his undergraduate degree from Taylor University in 1984. Dr. Millikan then went on to further his education in medicine at Indiana University - School of Medicine. After graduating from medical school in 1988, Dr. Millikan went to Ball Hospital, where he completed his transitional program. Before taking the role as Medical Director at Bridges of Hope Treatment Center, Dr. Millikan operated a private practice (General/Family Medicine) in New Castle, Indiana since 1989. Dr. Millikan has been practicing Addiction Medicine since 2006 with the ability to provide treatment plans for recovering addicts with the appropriate prescriptions to better position patients for long-term recovery.

He attended and graduated from the University Of Louisville School Of Medicine in 1979, having over 40 years of diverse experience, especially in Psychiatry. He is affiliated with many hospitals including Pleasant Valley Hospital. Dr. Edwin Walker also cooperates with other doctors and physicians in medical groups including The Moses H Cone Memorial Hospital Operating Corporation.

Dr. Edwin Walker, MD, MSPH

Dr. Edwin Walker, MD, MSPH

He attended and graduated from the University Of Louisville School Of Medicine in 1979, having over 40 years of diverse experience, especially in Psychiatry. He is affiliated with many hospitals including Pleasant Valley Hospital. Dr. Edwin Walker also cooperates with other doctors and physicians in medical groups including The Moses H Cone Memorial Hospital Operating Corporation.

Carey Richardson, Director of Nursing

Carey brings years of experience to our addiction treatment center working in behavioral health for several years as a social worker and nurse. Her alma mater, Anderson University, is ranked number 10 in the nation for "Most Innovative Schools" and only minutes from our treatment facility. When she's not busy caring for our patients, Carey enjoys spending time with her husband and children.

Angela has worked in the substance abuse and mental health field since 2004. She started out as a mental health assistant and later worked her way up to be a behavioral health counselor. As part of her Master’s program in social work, Angela completed a practicum at the Anderson Center in 2008. She learned how to conduct intake assessments in both the office and hospital settings. In 2009, she completed a practicum at Community Hospital North in Indianapolis, working with adults with various substance abuse and mental health diagnoses. Angela earned her MSW from Indiana University School of Social Work in 2009, and became a licensed clinical social worker in 2016.

Angela Cruz, Clinical Director

Angela Cruz, Clinical Director

Angela has worked in the substance abuse and mental health field since 2004. She started out as a mental health assistant and later worked her way up to be a behavioral health counselor. As part of her Master’s program in social work, Angela completed a practicum at the Anderson Center in 2008. She learned how to conduct intake assessments in both the office and hospital settings. In 2009, she completed a practicum at Community Hospital North in Indianapolis, working with adults with various substance abuse and mental health diagnoses. Angela earned her MSW from Indiana University School of Social Work in 2009, and became a licensed clinical social worker in 2016.

Jaclyn Dunne, Director of Admissions

Annie Reider-Wright, Therapist

Jessica Korman, Clinician

James Sanchez, Facilities Manager

Lina Cortes, Therapist

Amanda Anderson, Executive Assistant

What To Expect From Our Staff and Treatment Center

Bridges of Hope treatment program is anchored on evidence and the premise that alcoholism and drug addiction are clinical disorders that develop dependence on mood/mind altering substances. Contributing factors to development of substance use disorders are hereditary, developmental, environmental, and drug use itself. Working together, these factors lead to progression of addiction to alcohol and other drugs. We believe that treatment requires a clinical and multidisciplinary approach consisting of assessment and identification of all related underlying issues.

Our drug and alcohol treatment center provides a wide variety of treatment services that are individualized to the client’s specific needs and presenting issues. All clients undergo a psychiatric evaluation and follow-up medication management as needed. In addition to educational and therapeutic group sessions, clients also receive individual psychotherapy, clinical assessments, and appropriate ancillary services. Once all of the assessments and data are gathered, then appropriate cognitive and behavioral therapeutic strategies are developed that are unique to the client and their specific needs.

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