About Mountainview Recovery
About Mountainview Recovery
Mountainview Recovery was started in 2018 with the sole focus of providing the highest-quality drug rehab, detox and substance abuse addiction treatment to every patient.
Mountainview Recovery offers the most unique, therapeutic and effective rehabilitation experiences in the industry. From the beautiful setting in the Appalachian Mountains to the on-staff acupuncturist and licensed yoga instructor, our patients are able to find themselves and focus on their recovery without the stresses of everyday life. Our drug abuse and substance abuse treatment facility is unlike most “one-size-fits-all” treatment facilities. The treatment plans offered at Mountainview Recovery truly are personalized and customized for each individual patient. Our belief is that when our staff, patients and loved ones all work together to the same goal, you truly are never alone in your recovery.
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Mountainview Recovery is family owned and operated with the belief that every single person going through addiction recovery should be treated with the kindness, respect and professional care they deserve. Started in 2018, Mountainview Recovery works hard everyday to provide each and every patient the highest quality addiction recovery and substance abuse treatment services. Starting with their personalized treatment recovery plans and continuing through their aftercare services, Mountainview Recovery continues to deliver the best addiction recovery care and follows all safety and patient care requirements to be LegitScript Certified!
Enjoy The Beautiful Outdoors At Mountainview Recovery
Mountainview Recovery is an exceptional drug rehabilitation & substance abuse treatment facility next to Asheville, NC, dedicated to the most progressive addiction treatment and substance abuse recovery methods. Mountainview Recovery offers a unique educational and therapeutic rehabilitation experience that aligns with the most highly regarded standards of drug addiction treatment. Enjoy the beautiful outdoors at Mountainview Recovery where our patients can disconnect from their triggers and find inner peace and recovery.
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Meet The Mountainview Recovery Team
Jeremy Mullis - Clinical Director
Jeremy Mulls is the Clinical Director for Mountainview Recovery. Jeremy has been working with individuals with mental health and addiction since 2008 and has been a North Carolina resident since 1982. Jeremy is currently licensed as a clinical addiction specialist and clinical supervisor and received his Master’s degree in clinical psychology with addiction specialty at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. Jeremy’s area’s of expertise are with motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy and acceptance and commitment therapies. Jeremy’s hobbies include spending time with his family, computers, guitar and gaming.
Dr. Charles Young - Medical Director
Dr. Young received his undergraduate degree in Biology from East Carolina University. During his undergraduate career he played collegiate soccer at UNC-Asheville, taught Emergency Medical Science for Pitt Community College, and was a Member of the National Ski Patrol at Wolfe Ridge. He went on to receive his medical degree from The Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina in 1989. He completed his residency training in Family Medicine at the MAHEC Family Practice Residency Program in Asheville, NC. He is Board Certified in Family Medicine and a member of both the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Society of Addiction Medicine. Dr. Young has been providing primary care to patients and their families for 31 years.
Dr. Young’s family has not been immune to the disease of addiction. He understands that addiction is a complex condition. He is a strong believer that addiction, as a brain disease, is treatable. Modern science also agrees that addiction is a chronic disease involving complex interactions among brain circuits, genetics, the environment, and an individual’s life experiences. Dr. Young is an advocate for comprehensive, person centered treatment, and is a strong proponent of Medication Assisted Treatment for addiction.
Makenzie St. Louis - Primary Therapist
I am dedicated and passionate about working with individuals struggling with Substance Use Disorders. I completed my Master’s of Science in Clinical Counseling at East Carolina University in May 2019. I also received my Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology from East Carolina in May 2017. In addition to working with issues of addiction, I have a special interest in helping clients work through depression, anxiety, behavioral addictions, and trauma. I utilize a number of modalities while working with others, including Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI). As a therapist, I view my role as supportive and collaborative. I hope to join alongside clients to navigate recovery, meet their own unique needs, and build a life worth living. I moved to the Asheville area in June 2019 with my fiancé and our cat. Some things I enjoy doing in my free time include hiking, camping, reading and cooking.
Jessica Shepherd - Case Manager
Jessica was born and raised in the mountains of Western North Carolina. She has had her own struggles with substance abuse. After completing treatment locally, she transitioned to a Sober Living and became active in a 12-step fellowship. After waiting tables through early recovery, she had the opportunity to work for the sober living she resided in. After 5 years of working in Sober Living, Jessica discovered her passion for providing support for others struggling with substance abuse. She has been working to build relationships with other professionals to provide up to date, creative resources to meet the needs of those in recovery . She made a decision to go back to school and is currently working to obtain her Bachelors in Corrections and Human Support Services with University of Phoenix. Jessica also acquired her North Carolina Peer Support Specialist certification (NCPSS), CARR Certified Recovery Coach (CRC), as well as a Registered Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC-R). Jessica is grateful for the relationships she has obtained in recovery, including her family, sponsor, sponsees, and friends who have become family. She regularly attends church at Pleasant Hill Baptist in Weaverville. She spends her leisure time participating in service, spending time with her boyfriend, taking care of her kittens, and surrounding herself with her loved ones.
Jessica Otolinsky - Therapist
Jess completed her undergraduate degree in Communication at University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown and continued on to earn her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Messiah University. Jess is a native of central Pennsylvania though loves living in Asheville with her significant other. Her professional experiences include individual and group substance abuse outpatient counseling, child and teen hospital settings, case management, education, women’s behavioral health including a focus on pregnant mothers, in homes working with kinship and domestic adoptive families who have experienced trauma and working with children and families in an office setting. Jess is excited to be in this new role with Mountain View Recovery as she believes recovery is less of a destination and more of a lifelong journey that calls for great self-awareness and learning new ways. When she is not working, she is likely caring for her puppy and dog, painting, practicing yoga, camping or planning her next road trip to see family and friends or have an adventure in some new place!
Alvarez Abernathy - Therapist
Alvarez received a Bachelor‘s degree in Urban Affairs & Policy Analysis from Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, NC. He also earned a Master’s of Science Degree in Public Administration from Southern from Southern Illinois University @ Edwardsville and his J.D. Degree Wake Forest University in Winston -Salem, NC
He began his career in Mental Health and Substance Abuse in December of 2014,working, as a Certified Peer Support Specialist & Case Management at The Neil Dobbins in Asheville. He worked as a Peer Support Bridger October Road/JFK –ADATC (Pilot Program). He is currently employed at Crossroads Treatment Center in Asheville, NC as a Substance Abuse Counselor.
Alvarez enjoys traveling, reading , running , working out at the gym. He is an Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Professionals and the Qualifier for licensed General Contractors in NC & SC.
Rebeka Hampton - Behavioral Health Technician
Rebekah “Beka” is a person in long term recovery from substance abuse. She entered into recovery at the age of 21 from consequences with the legal system. She completed treatment at a long-term treatment facility in Asheville and transitioned into sober living. In 2018 she completed her Peer Support Certification and is currently a student at AB Tech pursuing a degree in Human Services. In her free time she enjoys expressing herself through her creativity.
Freda Woody - Registered Nurse
My name is Freda Woody. I am native to this area. My family have been here for over four generations. I live on a small farm with my husband, Steve. We have over 20 goats (I have been known to bring bottle babies to work in a laundry basket and on a heating pad) and 50 chickens. Our Great Pyrenees dogs, Bristol & Nickel keep predators away from our farm. We also have a Boxer named Rocky, a manx tortishell cat named Gabby and a Senegal parrot named Dexter. We have an antique booth is Asheville, so we are auction, estate sale and yard sale champions. We enjoy doing anything together! I did not get married until age 46, but boy, did I latch onto a winner!! We have a camper on Lake Cherokee in TN and even enjoy going there in the winter. We are very supportive of our local 4 -H and FFA chapter. We are members of Turkey Creek Baptist Church in Leicester.
I attended AB Tech for my LPN and RN schooling. I graduated from Lee’s McRae College as an adult learner and obtained my BSN in my early 50’s. Nursing is all I have ever wanted to do. My mama watched General Hospital when I was growing up and I was on awe of Jessie Brewer, R.N. I loved watching her pin on her nursing cap in the nurse’s longue on the 7th floor. So, in essence, my profession was decided by a soap opera! I can remember loading hay onto a trailer when I was little. When we got to the end of a row, we got a little rest, as my Papaw turned the tractor and hay trailer around to head back the other way. I spent my few minutes of rest by giving the seed pods of a bull nettle a shot with a briar from another weed. I never had to practice giving an injection while in nursing school, because I already had it down pat!
Jessi Davis - Licensed Acupuncturist
Jessi is a licensed acupuncturist in North Carolina and is nationally certified in both acupuncture and Chinese herbology by NCCAOM. Jessi received her Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Daoist Traditions College of Chinese Medical Arts in Asheville.
She has undergraduate degrees in Outdoor Recreation Leadership and Outdoor Education. Jessi was an outdoor adventure guide for 11 years. This is where she first discovered her “medicine.” She loves how much healing happens when she sees people getting outside, moving, and having fun.
Jessi believes movement is medicine and wants to provide the offering of Chinese medicine to the community to help relieve physical, mental, and emotional ailments that may be limiting a person’s ability to move around and enjoy their lives.
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