WE ARE FAITHLAND

A Compassionate Treatment Team

Your new Path to Healing

MEET OUR TEAM

Our comprehensive treatment team comprises medical experts, certified addiction counselors, licensed therapists, and skilled addiction specialists. Dedicated to aiding clients in overcoming addiction and achieving optimal well-being, our team is driven by compassion and expertise.

Kendra Anderson MS,NCC, LPC

Kendra Anderson, LPC

CLINICAL DIRECTOR

Human Resource, Faithland Recovery

Norette Kwizera

CHIEF PEOPLE OFFICER (CPO)

Dr. Jeff Wilson Our Faithland Recovery TMS Director

Jeff Wilson, Ph.D.

TMS DIRECTOR

Jason J faithland facilitator/PeerSupport Specialist

Jason Jordan

PEER SUPPORT/CASE MANAGER

Michael Spruce-Faithland Recovery business development

Michael Spruce

OUTREACH SPECIALIST

We understand addiction.

At Faithland Recovery Center, our dedicated team members, including leaders and therapists, have firsthand experience overcoming addiction to lead fulfilling lives in sobriety.

Our staff at Faithland Recovery Center isn’t just highly experienced and deeply accredited – many have walked the path of addiction themselves. This personal understanding enriches our approach to helping others overcome addiction. more understanding and compassionate toward patients.

Dedicated to making a difference.

At Faithland Recovery Center, our fervor lies in guiding individuals to conquer addiction and embrace a vibrant, sober life.

Feel the difference with US

At Faithland, you’re more than a statistic. We provide personalized care and tailor-made treatment plans for each individual.

At Faithland Recovery Center, we take a holistic approach, delving deep to uncover the roots of addiction, including mental health factors. By addressing both mind and body, we pave the way for lasting sobriety and prevent relapse.

At Faithland, every patient receives a personalized treatment plan to tackle underlying conditions and triggers. We see addiction as entirely treatable, empowering individuals to overcome it rather than viewing it as a static disease.