Leadership

Staff

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Amanda Coldiron

Executive Director
amanda.coldiron@okarr.org

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Tara McDonald

Administrative Assistant
tara.mcdonald@okarr.org

Board of Directors

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Stacy Curtis, President

Stacy Curtis made a decision in August of 2003 to change her life and walk away from drugs and alcohol. She never looked back. In 2005 with two years of sobriety, Stacy opens Unity House, LLC, her first women’s recovery home in OKC. It was important to Stacy that she give back what was given to her – an opportunity for a new life in recovery. She wanted to make a difference – taking all the bad that happened in her addiction and turning it into something good for someone else. When she opened her first recovery home for women in 2005, Stacy experienced success working at Pace Butler and remained a top producer throughout her 11 years of working there. Stacy’s desire to help other women find recovery is as strong as ever. Today, Stacy operates 10 recovery homes for women in the OKC area. Treatment centers, DA’s and judges, state agencies and a host of others trust Unity House, LLC to provide the ingredients for change to take place and experience the gifts of recovery. Stacy and her supportive husband of 11 years, enjoy being grandparents to their three wonderful grandkids.

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Josh Cantwell, Vice President

Josh Cantwell serves as Chief Operating Officer at Grand Lake Mental Health Center, Inc. (GLMHC). During his over a decade of service, he has held many clinical and leadership roles. He has been instrumental in the development and oversite of multiple innovative programs, including Grand Lake Mental Health Center's 24/7 treatment model. This model utilizes mobile technology and numerous levels of care to provide instant access to face-to-face treatment when and where it is needed. Josh is a firm believer in the philosophy that the impossible is just the possible that is yet to be tamed. Josh has created and published over twenty therapeutic games focusing on mental health and substance use issues. Josh holds a masters degree in Social Work from The University of Oklahoma. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, a Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist and he enjoys spending time with his wife Amy and daughter Brentley.

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Staci Kirby, Secretary

Staci Kirby is a person in recovery and is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of The Amethyst House, a faith-based sober living program for women located in Altus which opened in August of 2018. Staci is a Case Manager for a MAT Clinic located in Rural Southwest Oklahoma.  She serves as a Leader and Training Ministry Coach for the UnChained Celebrate Recovery Group. Staci currently is the Chairman of the Jackson County Community Health Action Team (JCCHAT) and is the Co-Chairman of the Tobacco, Alcohol and Substance Abuse Committee of  JCCHAT. She is a member of the Southwest Oklahoma Opioid Prevention Consortium and The Western Oklahoma Opioid Prevention Consortium. Staci is also a Recovery Coach and an advocate for women in the Criminal Justice System and Survivors of Human Trafficking's.