Tracey Martin - Executive Director
Tracey C. Martin is the Executive Director at the Lakes Region Recovery Center, originally from Massachusetts she currently lives in the Oxford Hills area. Besides the love of her life, Jeff (Husband of 23 years), she is the proud mother of two, stepmother of four and grandmother of two beautiful granddaughters .Tracey is a “Maine Can Work” facilitator for the State of Maine, Recovery Coach and a Trainer for the CCAR Recovery Coach Training Program & CCAR Trainer for Recovery Coaching in the Emergency Department. Tracey studied at Andover College & the University of Maine system where she obtained a degree in Criminal Justice. She also attended the Maine State Criminal Justice Academy. Tracey has maintained her own personal journey of recovery for over 25 years.
She has an open-door policy-Stop in and hello if you have not already!
Christine Wight - Recovery Coach Coordinator
Christine is originally from Massachusetts and has moved to Maine in 2019. She is a mother of two grown children whom she loves and adores very much. She is an adventurous person who enjoys being outdoors as much as possible. Christine loves the Maine mountains and lakes and spends as much time as she can visiting them. She has a new pup Roxxie who keeps her on her toes and keeps her entertained constantly. Christine has attended the CCAR RCA and TOT and is looking forward to meeting everyone that comes through LRRC’s doors!
Candy Greenberg - Communications Specialist
Candy is originally from Southern Maine. She made the move up to the Lakes Region with her husband Gary in 2018. The mother/stepmother of four adults, Nana to two little grandsons, and pet parent to two spoiled dogs, Candy's own personal journey with recovery has taught her there is no one size fits all road to sobriety. She embraces any and all means possible to get sober and remain in recovery. In her spare time she enjoys fishing, gardening, reading, baking and spending time with her dogs. At LRRC she is a Recovery Coach and Naloxone Distributor, and is always up to talk.
Andrea is originally from England, where she lived for 38 years before coming to the USA to join her new husband. She has 3 beautiful children and 9 grandchildren. Andrea joined LRRC as a volunteer and feels the Center has saved her in many ways. We feel Andrea has given us so much with her kind and gentle presence. She has experienced domestic violence and PTSD, and brings this to her Recovery Coaching and Peer Support roles. She is ongoing in her search for knowledge in the Recovery field, soon to acquire her CIPPS training certificate. Come meet Andrea at LRRC.