Your Guides to Recovery
Addiction Treatment Staff
We pride ourselves on having staff members that all share the same goal no matter which department they work in: helping people find freedom from addiction. Whether clinical or administrative, every team member takes this mission seriously. Some of them even had the first-hand experience of going through Country Road’s treatment program before returning to act as a guide to those ready to walk the road of recovery. You can trust our team to help you find your path to a better future.
Michael Lacy is passionate about working with the substance abuse population because he was able to find recovery after seeking residential addiction treatment himself. He feels residential treatment offers him a daily glimpse of the profound restorative power of recovery and he considers it a privilege to watch people find purpose, leave hopelessness behind, and become unfettered by the shackles of addiction at Country Road. As Executive Director, he loves to be of service to our patients and staff, and is grateful to help those suffering from this terrible disease.
Kimberly Cox is an accredited healthcare business and clinical professional with over 20 years of experience in leadership positions spanning several programs through effective business communications and inter-agency collaboration.
Through the span of her career, Kimberly has successfully held management positions that allowed her to expand her skillset, knowledge and expertise and ultimately led her to the position of Clinical Director for Country Roads/Pathways. Before joining CRO/Pathways, Kimberly served as Owner/CEO of her own private practice mental health counseling agency, where she provided treatment services to clients of all ages and circumstances and offered consulting services for existing agency owners using her clinical and operational expertise.
Kimberly has come to amass the respect of her peers, co-workers and clients and continues to develop her leadership skills to better serve all in her work. Kimberly has a Master’s degree in Business from the University of Phoenix, a Master’s of Science degree in Psychology from Cameron University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of California, Berkeley.
Admissions & Marketing Director
Drew is the Director of Admission and Marketing for Country Road Recovery Center, a Pathways Treatment Facility and has been there since June 2020. Prior to that he worked various jobs in the defense contracting industry following his retirement from the military in 2016. Drew served honorably under United States Special Operations Command for 17 years, has multiple combat deployments, and numerous awards and decorations. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Boston College in 2017 and originally planned on working for the intelligence community. His career in drugs and alcohol started shortly after. His experience with addiction and alcoholism extends to both his personal and professional life. Two inpatient treatment episodes, and 5 detox treatment centers over a 4-year period provide Drew with an intimate understanding of addiction. In 2019 he admitted to residential treatment for the final time. Country Road Recovery Center, along with actions taken in a 12-step recovery program, saved his life.
Therapeutic Assistant Supervisor
Dr. Samuel Martin
Jessica Johnson has been a part of our Country Road's mental health treatment team since 2018. She has been a Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner for over 5 years, but has worked in the mental health and addiction treatment industry for over 20 years. Working in hospitals, residential treatments, outpatient clinics, detoxes, and jails has made Jessica adept and highly skilled in not only treating addiction, but working with people in a caring manner. Jessica graduated from Midwestern State University, Wichita Falls, Texas in 2016 with a Post Masters Degree.
Jessica has a great passion and love for treating both mental health and substance use disorders due to growing up in an unhealthy home environment where mental health and pain were treated with drugs and alcohol, leading to the death of her father by suicide. Jessica's goal is to always help people reach their full potential, feel healthy, and functional with the least amount of medication possible.
Monica McAfee (Mo) is the chef at Country Road Recovery Center. Twenty-two years ago, she began her work in the mental health field at Oklahoma Youth Center (now CRC) in Norman, OK. After several years there, she followed her passion in caring for those of all ages dealing with mental health issues of all types and severities within several inpatient facilities all over Oklahoma. In her downtime from direct patient care, Mo nurtured her hobby of cooking. She took the knowledge her grandmother passed down to her and combined it with her own flare. Her passion for others and talent in the kitchen slowly morphed together and led her to join the Country Road Recovery team.
Mo has a heart for those that come to the facility to seek help and aims to make their stay as comfortable as possible. She caters to the clients' needs and wants by taking meal suggestions, understanding everyone's favorites/dislikes, making birthday's specials, and interacting with each person to spread her positive energy. Her attitude, kindness, and deep love for our clients and staff are displayed daily in her delicious home cooked meals each day.
Cathy is passionate about working in addiction as multiple of her family members struggled with addiction issues, one of which was able to find recovery through Country Road’s program. Prior to being Country Road’s care coordinator, she worked in pediatric and adult inpatient mental health for 13 years as a tech, and later transitioned to staffing and assistant to the director of nursing and nurse managers. Cathy works a 12-step program for family members of alcoholics herself and believes it is just as important for the loved ones of those struggling with addiction to be mentally and emotionally healthy as it is for their loved ones seeking recovery. It’s her goal to make sure both the client and their family are feeling safe and secure during their admissions process and upon their arrival. When family drops their loved one off, she answers any questions they have to help them feel at ease before leaving their loved one in our hands. She was in their position once and understands how difficult and scary it may be to trust strangers with your loved one, but she ensures them that their loved one will be safe and cared for while here with us.