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Headrest Program Staff
Patsy Martick-CampbellOutpatient Counselor
Patricia Martick-Campbell is a New Hampshire Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LADC), and a Masters Forensic Addiction Counselor. She has 40 plus years of experience in the addiction field and expertise in Medically Assisted Treatment and Domestic Violence. She has worked in the Impaired Driver Intervention Programs with the New Hampshire Department of Corrections as part of alternative sentencing. Patricia earned her first certification from Boston University School of Medicine in 1979. She attended University of Massachusetts earning a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Science. She is an expert witness in Massachusetts as well as New Hampshire. Working with the Court, Defense Attorneys, and Probation Officers to evaluate and recommend treatment for the Judicial system.
Tom HowardOutpatient Counselor
Tom Howard ran his own flooring business for 30 years, but has always been active in community services. He served two terms as the State Representative for Sullivan County and he also operated Serenity Farms, a local farm supplying vegetables and beef. Tom received his Associates Degree from New Hampshire Technical Institute, his Certified Recovery Worker Certification (CRW) and is a Licensed Alcohol Drug Abuse Counselor(LADC). Tom is currently attending Antioch University’s Clinical Mental Health master’s degree counseling program.
Lori Bartlett, M. Ed.Vocational/Employment Specialist
Lori Bartlett has over three decades of experience working with people who have barriers to employment. She developed the Vocational/Employment program at Headrest and implemented the program on July 1, 2018. Currently, Lori serves as the Vocational/Employment Specialist at Headrest’s Opportunities for Work (HOW). Since the program’s inception, it has served over 175 clients – of which over 50% have become employed. Lori has a BS in Rehabilitation Counseling from Penn State University as well as a Master’s of Education from the University of Pittsburgh.
Lara QuilliaResidential Coordinator
Lara Quillia, Residential Coordinator graduated from The University of Vermont, with a B.S in Social Work. Lara is also a Certified Recovery Support Worker (CRSW) and has been a member of the Headrest treatment team since August of 2016. Lara is responsible for managing and maintaining our residential program, supporting people in recovery who are transitioning to independent living in the community. In addition to her work at Headrest, Lara enjoys time spent with loved ones and outdoor activities.
Al CarbonneauHotline Manager
Originally hired as part time residential and hotline counselor in June 2002, Al became Residential Manager within a few months, and remained in that role until 2014. Since February 2020, Al has been in the role of Hotline Manager. He is a Certified Recovery Coach, and has taken part in multiple trainings throughout the years including Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.