Tracey Martin - Executive Director
Executive Director, Lakes Region Recovery Center serving the Lakes Region area of Maine and Recovery Coach for CRC's Opioid Health Home Program and, since 2018.
Tracey has been married for over 24 years, a proud mother of two, stepmother of four and “Gigi” to her 7 (soon to be 9) beautiful grandchildren. She currently resides in the Oxford Hills area.
Tracey studied at Andover College, University of Maine system, obtained a degree in Criminal Justice and attended the Maine State Criminal Justice Academy in Vassalboro, Maine.
Tracey has attended many trainings such as the Recovery Coach Academy, CCAR Ethics, CCAR CoacherVision through Healthy Acadia/Maine Alliance for Recovery, Recovery
Coaching in the Emergency Department. She is also a trainer for the CCAR Recovery Coach Academy and CCAR Recovery Coaching in the Emergency Department.
Tracey is a Maine Can Work Facilitator for the Workforce Development System in the State of Maine. Tracey serves as a Recovery Ambassador for Faces & Voices of Recovery with the National Recovery Institute.
Tracey serves as a board member for SAPRS- Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Services , holds a seat as a Recovery Practitioner for the Substance Use Disorders Services Commission & is a Board Member for Tuckers House.
She has an open door policy- please stop by and say hello!!!
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 the Communications Specialist at LRRC, her job is to spread the word about Recovery within our community, and throughout our State. She is a Recovery Coach and meeting facilitator. Her favorite meeting topic is "What's Good About Today?" At LRRC she tries to spread positivity and focus on what's happening today. Please stop in and say hi!
Theresa Dumond - Recovery Coach
Theresa was born and raised in Portland, ME; she has been in the Bridgton area for little over a year. She is a part-time student, nationwide speaker on human trafficking and a Recovery Coach. "When I found recovery and good supports in my life, I knew that I wanted to do this as a full-time job. I like to give back to the community and in return that helps me with my own recovery path. I'm excited to see where life brings me and to watch all of you on your journeys...so don't be shy and come in and say hi!"