Team

Meet
Our Team

We specialise in intelligent & effective Search and believes in the power of partnerships to grow business. We use agronomic machine learning, remote sensing.

Deveone Jones

Jessica Smith

Stocker

Tim Thomas

Laborer

Laura Jones

Warehouse

Alex Cora

Food Production

Robert Belle

Food Production

Douglas Ammar

Supervisor/Lead Case Manager

Douglas Ammar, Supervisor/Lead Case Manager – Doug Ammar was born and raised in southern California and lives full-time in Los Angeles. As a member of the Recovery Community, he knows firsthand the challenges that many clients experience in recovery. He is able to empathize with their struggles. Doug realized that the best way for him to share his blessings was to return to school and earn his degree in drug and alcohol counseling. Doug has been working at various treatment facilities throughout California and is experienced in working with dual diagnosis clients and all levels of care. Doug’s education and life experience make him an ideal role model to clients from diverse backgrounds, seeking substance abuse treatment with a desire to lead a healthier balanced life. His experience on supporting clients’ individual needs within a structured program, exemplifies his personal commitment to promoting a healthy group setting. At New Spirit Recovery, Doug desires to be part of the overall healthcare delivery team of reinforcing and maintaining sobriety for a happier life.

Marianne Everling

LPT Lead Detox Nurse

Marianne Everling attended Mt. San Antonio College, attaining a Psychiatric Technician Degree, and also attended CSULA for general education. She then worked for the State of California with Developmentally Disabled for 15 years, then on to working in recovery at the Betty Ford Center as a medication nurse for 11 years. She has also worked at ABC Recovery Center as Director of Nursing. Marianne is now the Lead Nurse at New Spirit Recovery. When asked why she has chosen this avenue of nursing, the answer is simple, for her, it is the most challenging and rewarding choice.

Crystal Henderson

Behavioral Health Technician

Crystal Henderson, Behavioral Health Technician- Crystal was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. Two years ago, she came out to Los Angeles for addiction treatment and decided to permanently relocate. Since getting clean and sober herself, she is able to have a lot of empathy and understanding for other struggling addicts. Crystal has a lot of knowledge about recovery and is very passionate about this field. She has found her purpose and that is helping others grow to their full potential. At New Spirit Recovery, Crystal hopes to have a positive impact on every person who seeks help

Rozie Morales

Behavioral Health Technician

Hi my name is Rozie Morales. I’m a Behavioral Health Technician at New Spirit Recovery. I like to provide care to patients in a manner that promotes safety, comfort and a healthier life style in a therapeutic environment. I also enjoy giving back to the community and seeing patients leave knowing they’re going to be on a new path to success. 

Daniel Origel

Behavioral Health Technician

My name is Daniel Origel, 24 years of age and i grew up in southern california. I personally experienced substance/alcohol abuse myself. It led me to losing my job, getting my son taken from me by DCFS, becoming homeless, & and pushing everyone I loved away. I was completely alone and once I was tired of being alone and miserable I decided to seek help. I stayed in detox/residential for about 2 months then went to sober living for a year and 9 months. So I have an understanding with people who were and are suffering with addiction and mental health issues which drove me to wanting to help others who are suffering with the disease of addiction. Which is why I am grateful I was given an opportunity to work as a behavioral health technician here at New Spirit Recovery. 

Adam Babin

Behavioral Health Technician

Adam Babin- Behavioral Health Technician. Adam was born and raised in Louisiana and came out to California a little over a year ago. After accepting that his life was becoming unmanageable, he came out here to get clean and sober. Being successful in his recovery, Adam was able to get a job working in the field. He is very passionate about helping others by showing them the life they can live if they choose to accept the help.

Deveone Jones

Staff

Hi my name is Deveone Jones, I’m 22 and I’m honored to be employed at New Spirit Recovery. The staff a New Spirit Recovery are very good to work with and we work as a team to serve the community the best way we can. The greatest reason I like working here is that my words might change someone else’s life for the better. I want to go to school for counseling so I think this is the perfect start to a promising career. This job makes me feel good on the inside because I know by helping patients in need, my life’s karma will bless me for helping others.

Douglas Ammar

Supervisor/Lead Case Manager

Douglas Ammar, Supervisor/Lead Case Manager – Doug Ammar was born and raised in southern California and lives full-time in Los Angeles. As a member of the Recovery Community, he knows firsthand the challenges that many clients experience in recovery. He is able to empathize with their struggles. Doug realized that the best way for him to share his blessings was to return to school and earn his degree in drug and alcohol counseling. Doug has been working at various treatment facilities throughout California and is experienced in working with dual diagnosis clients and all levels of care. Doug’s education and life experience make him an ideal role model to clients from diverse backgrounds, seeking substance abuse treatment with a desire to lead a healthier balanced life. His experience on supporting clients’ individual needs within a structured program, exemplifies his personal commitment to promoting a healthy group setting. At New Spirit Recovery, Doug desires to be part of the overall healthcare delivery team of reinforcing and maintaining sobriety for a happier life.

Marianne Everling

LPT Lead Detox Nurse

Marianne Everling attended Mt. San Antonio College, attaining a Psychiatric Technician Degree, and also attended CSULA for general education. She then worked for the State of California with Developmentally Disabled for 15 years, then on to working in recovery at the Betty Ford Center as a medication nurse for 11 years. She has also worked at ABC Recovery Center as Director of Nursing. Marianne is now the Lead Nurse at New Spirit Recovery. When asked why she has chosen this avenue of nursing, the answer is simple, for her, it is the most challenging and rewarding choice.

Crystal Henderson

Behavioral Health Technician

Crystal Henderson, Behavioral Health Technician- Crystal was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. Two years ago, she came out to Los Angeles for addiction treatment and decided to permanently relocate. Since getting clean and sober herself, she is able to have a lot of empathy and understanding for other struggling addicts. Crystal has a lot of knowledge about recovery and is very passionate about this field. She has found her purpose and that is helping others grow to their full potential. At New Spirit Recovery, Crystal hopes to have a positive impact on every person who seeks help.

Rozie Morales

Behavioral Health Technician

Hi my name is Rozie Morales. I’m a Behavioral Health Technician at New Spirit Recovery. I like to provide care to patients in a manner that promotes safety, comfort and a healthier life style in a therapeutic environment. I also enjoy giving back to the community and seeing patients leave knowing they’re going to be on a new path to success. 

Daniel Origel

Behavioral Health Technician

My name is Daniel Origel, 24 years of age and i grew up in southern california. I personally experienced substance/alcohol abuse myself. It led me to losing my job, getting my son taken from me by DCFS, becoming homeless, & and pushing everyone I loved away. I was completely alone and once I was tired of being alone and miserable I decided to seek help. I stayed in detox/residential for about 2 months then went to sober living for a year and 9 months. So I have an understanding with people who were and are suffering with addiction and mental health issues which drove me to wanting to help others who are suffering with the disease of addiction. Which is why I am grateful I was given an opportunity to work as a behavioral health technician here at New Spirit Recovery. 

Adam Babin

Behavioral Health Technician

 Adam was born and raised in Louisiana and came out to California a little over a year ago. After accepting that his life was becoming unmanageable, he came out here to get clean and sober. Being successful in his recovery, Adam was able to get a job working in the field. He is very passionate about helping others by showing them the life they can live if they choose to accept the help.

Deveone Jones

Staff

Hi my name is Deveone Jones, I’m 22 and I’m honored to be employed at New Spirit Recovery. The staff a New Spirit Recovery are very good to work with and we work as a team to serve the community the best way we can. The greatest reason I like working here is that my words might change someone else’s life for the better. I want to go to school for counseling so I think this is the perfect start to a promising career. This job makes me feel good on the inside because I know by helping patients in need, my life’s karma will bless me for helping others.