Edmund Smith, SUDP
Over the last few years of my career as a Drug Court Coordinator I recognized the need for improved access to Residential Substance Use Disorder Treatment in Snohomish County, assembled an amazing group of Board Members who supported this vision and was fortunate enough to connect with a local business owner / contractor who made it all become a reality. As Executive Director, I’m so grateful to see HRC fulfill it’s mission of compassionately serving those in need by giving them the tools they’ll need to build new lives in Recovery! When I’m not working at HRC, I enjoy spending time with my wife & daughter and taking photographs around the Pacific Northwest.
Amy Black, BA, SUDP III
Amy has many years’ experience in the field of Substance Use Disorder treatment, as well as a background in public education. As the new Clinical Director at Holman Recovery Center, Amy brings a strengths-based, trauma informed approach to the oversight of all clinical aspects of our program. Her care for the welfare of our clients is evident in everything she does at HRC and we’re grateful to have her join our Team!
Tania Hernandez, DO
As Medical Director for HRC, I am a board-certified physician in Family and Addiction Medicine. I want to be a health care professional who offers understanding and hope to people suffering from Addiction. When I am not working with clients, I coach team gymnastics whenever I can find the time and I enjoy traveling and seeing new places.
Business Development Director
Rose Symotiuk is a dedicated professional with four years of experience in community outreach at Ideal Option outpatient clinics prior to joining Holman Recovery Center. With a master’s degree in educational studies, she also has a unique background having lived in China for seven years, where she worked at a polytechnic college. Rose’s diverse career includes stints as a freelance marketer and contributions to a Silicon Valley startup. Outside of her professional life, she shares her home with three furry companions, Brownie, Olive, and Tomato.
Kozi Colberg, RN
A considerable amount of my nursing background includes medical, surgical, emergency and mental health experience. Beginning in 2012 I chose to direct my career towards fighting the opioid crises eventually becoming certified in the field of addiction medicine. My passion is working with likeminded professionals developing new strategies to treat and support those afflicted with this disease while providing ongoing education to help reduce its associated stigma. My work life balance is supported by my husband and our large family including my golden retriever. For stress relief and enjoyment, I quad skate, take nature walks, and ride motorcycles. The garden snail reminds me of my motto which is to “slow down and cherish life’s moments” because every day is a gift that has an uncertain ending. I’m very excited to be part of the Holman’s Recovery Center team!
Recovery Monitor Supervisor
For the last 17 years I have worked with clients in the interior design and lighting design industry. While it has been amazing, I felt it was time to move on to something new, something that is rewarding in a different way. I have struggled in my own addiction and know what its like to be a part of the recovery journey. While the recovery journey is different for everyone, I have been able to find faith, hope, and strength in my own process. I am so excited to be a part of Holman recovery Center. I am eager to instill the hope I have graciously received in our clients, with the ability to come alongside them where they are at. Without judgement, but with acceptance and compassion. In my spare time I enjoy hanging out with my beautiful family.
Daniel Flax, SUDPT
My journey to become a Substance Use Disorder Professional began a few years ago as I found myself no longer able to keep looking away from the epidemic suffering of individuals and families being destroyed by addiction. I find this work in alignment with my deep commitment to helping others and feel fortunate to have found a place to work such as Holman Recovery Center, providing compassionate care in a beautiful supportive environment. When I’m not doing counseling at HRC, I spend my free time vegetable gardening and doing craft work.
Jeanette’s been working in the treatment field for the last 6 years and has a background as a Substance Use Disorder Counselor, Engagement Specialist and Patient Navigator. Jeanette is a committed, dedicated Counselor who’s invested in helping clients find new lives in Recovery and we’re so grateful she has joined our Team here at HRC!
Danielle is a student at a local community college studying to be a Substance Use Disorder Counselor. She is a dedicated professional who always goes above and beyond for the clients at HRC as they being their journey of Recovery. Danielle is also a parent and in her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, hiking and cooking.
Nicole Rundle, SUDP
Nicole is a dynamic, experienced counselor who joins HRC after spending years in the field working for other Residential and Detox programs. She is energetic, charismatic and an important part of our HRC Team. When she’s not at HRC, she enjoys spending time with her family.
Travis Boston, CPC, AAC
Client Support Specialist
Travis brings an incredible depth and knowledge to the work he does at HRC. Whether he’s using his background in medication procedures or experience from his past work at other programs, Travis’s energy and enthusiasm are hallmarks of everything he does at HRC. He’s a vital part of our Team and we’re all grateful Travis is part of the HRC crew!
Valerie consistently demonstrates a genuine concern for the wellness of the clients here at HRC. Valerie’s lived experience is a motivator for the work she does at HRC, and she provides support to our clients every day as they participate in treatment. Valerie is also a wife and mother who has an active life outside her job at HRC.
Molly is a fantastic ‘people person’ and makes clients feel at home as they enter services at Holman Recovery Center. Molly’s positive, upbeat personality and commitment to serving our clients makes her a very important part of the HRC Team!
Susan has experience working in client services for several Snohomish County treatment programs. She is a devoted professional who uses her past skills to help clients at HRC. When she is not at work, Susan enjoys working on art projects and spending time with her family
Janet does an incredible job as an Administrative Assistant at HRC. Janet helps make sure our front office runs efficiently and she always goes the extra mile to be sure clients are set up to enter the program as soon as possible! Janet uses her prior experience overseeing office operations for other organizations to be sure our program is doing its best to help those who need our services.
Jacob is thoughtful and genuine and serves as a great support for the clients at HRC. Jacob helps clients at HRC every day and his commitment to our mission of guiding clients towards Recovery is at the center of everything he does!
Haylee’s enthusiasm and energy make a her a perfect fit at HRC and she is always willing to step up and help address clients’ needs! Haylee has an undergraduate degree in psychology and her positive, outgoing attitude keeps everybody she works with smiling and feeling good!
Elena is joining the HRC Team as a Recovery Monitor with prior experience working for other residential treatment programs as well as senior care programs. Elena is an excellent, detail-oriented care provider who is dedicated to the clients she serves. We are so grateful Elena is now part of the HRC Team!
Jenny brings prior experience as a Residential Specialist with her to her new position at HRC! Jenny is committed to helping those who struggle with the disease of addiction and her friendly smile and positive outlook help lift clients’ spirits every day! When Jenny is not at HRC, she enjoys swimming and doing volunteer work with individuals with special needs. Please join me in welcoming Jenny to the HRC Team!
Leah is a Certified Peer Counselor (CPC) who goes above and beyond every day for the clients she helps at HRC. She uses learned life experience, along with her skills as a peer counselor, to supportively guide clients in their daily lives as they navigate the program here at HRC. When she’s not at work, she enjoys spending time with her children. We are so grateful to have Leah become part of our HRC Team.
Shawna is a fantastic new addition to HRC! She brings a high level of enthusiasm and energy to the work she does as a Recovery Monitor. Shawna is a detail oriented, supportive staff member who helps clients participate in the HRC program. When she is not at work, Shawna keeps busy working on her college degree through an online University.
Alyssa joins HRC with an amazing background working for Recovery programs in California. She is dedicated to helping the clients at HRC participate in our program along their new journey towards Recovery. When Alyssa is not working at HRC, she enjoys spending time with her family.
Terry was a founding member of HRC who has worked as a peer support professionally for clients struggling with substance use disorders for years with several programs. He is a dedicated professional who uses his own lived life experiences to help support clients in the Recovery process. When he’s not working, he enjoys spending time with his family and working with others in need in the community.
Overnight Recovery Monitor
Marques is a conscientious HRC team member who is dedicated to the welfare of our clients. Marques has a background working in computer programming, and when he’s not working at HRC he also enjoys landscape painting and spending time with his significant other and their feline companion.
Overnight Recovery Monitor
Spencer is a committed, caring professional who consistently demonstrates professionalism with everything he does here at HRC. Spencer just completed his undergraduate college coursework and excepts to join the military this fall. Please join me in welcoming Spencer to the HRC Team.
Food Services Supervisor
Jeremy supervises all nutritional services at HRC. In addition to overseeing the purchase of all food supplies and the preparations associated with clients meals at HRC, Jeremy shows a genuine concern for the welfare of the clients we work with and supports their nutritional needs as they begin their journey of Recovery.
Dylon is a dedicated food services professional at HRC who works dilligently every day to help prepare and serve nourishing meals for our clients. When he’s not working at HRC, he enjoys spending time with his pets and playing video games.
Shelby is a dedicated food services professional at HRC who works dilligently every day to help prepare and serve nourishing meals for our clients. When she’s not working at HRC, she enjoys spending time with her children engaging in faith-based activities.
Stacy VonBergen, RYT-500
Lead Yoga Instructor
Stacy owns a local yoga business and facilitates yoga classes at HRC serveral times a week. Stacy has become an intergral part of the holisitic services we deliver at HRC and she shows clients how to address stress and experience relaxation through the use of yoga on a daily basis. She is truly committed to helping our clients heal and we’re grateful to have her join our team at HRC.
Krista Ray, RYT-200
Krista uses her experience in Yoga to support clients’ journey to Recovery at HRC. Krista focuses on the clients’ needs as she helps them with the healing process. She is a dedicated professional and we’re very grateful to have Krista as part of our team at HRC!
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