Team Members

 

Marleigh O’ Meara

Director of Peer Services

I am originally from the Garden State of New Jersey but was raised in North Phoenix in the Grand Canyon State of AZ. Being several skin shades paler than a traditional hyper-tanned ‘Jersey Girl’, I am still a ‘Jersey Girl’ at heart. I love the shore, Tasty Kakes, Bon Jovi, shopping, any almost any kind of Italian cheese, and hand-tossed-thin-crust pizza. What more could you want?! Sunshine! And, even though NJ has a piece of my heart, I couldn’t resist the allure of almost-year-round sunshine and I stayed in AZ attending Northern Arizona University (NAU) for my undergraduate studies. Read More

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Christopher Magee

Recovery Services Administrator, Crisis Respite Program and Recovery Connections Line

As far back as I can remember, I always dreamed of and wanted to be in an occupation that partnered with individuals on positively transforming their lives and by extension the world one life at a time. This desire has only been strengthened throughout my life as I have experienced my own life challenges and as I have supported countless others with theirs upon their specific and individual recovery journeys. Read More

Mariana Jaramillo

Recovery Services Administrator, Wellness City Central

I’m a Licensed Master Social Worker with more than ten years of experience in social services.  I joined RI International as a Recovery Services Administrator (RSA II), heading up the Wellness City at our Cambridge Court campus in Phoenix.  Before RI I worked as a Case Manager for the Veteran Administration Health Care System in Phoenix, and also served as a Crisis Supervisor and a Dispatcher for the Crisis Response Network.   I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Justice Studies and a Masters of Social Work from Arizona State University. Read More

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Recovery Services Administrator, Community Building

Hello, my name is Christopher Bartz, and I would like to share with you a message of hope, a message that recovery from even the most difficult and dire of situations is possible. From as early as elementary school, I had trouble fitting in to social groups and always felt like an outsider. This did not get any easier as I got older; in fact things became much more complicated. Read More

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Recovery Services Administrator, Recovery Response Center

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Recovery Services Administrator, Recovery Education Center

In a modest home, built into the side of a large hill near the center of a great forest in a land called Kansas – no, not the Kansas of Dorothy, dusty and desolate, but the land of the Missouri river, with majestic oaks guarding the country-side ‘gainst invaders and maple trees as far as the eye can see that spring to life each year and whisper, to those who would listen, the story of those who had come before and those who are yet to be and who, in the fall, slip between worlds leaving behind a majestic display of color – there lived a young boy called Arrow. Read More

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