Lisa Molyneaux, LCSW, ACSW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, with more than 20 years of experience working with troubled youth. She has specialized in dealing with family issues, substance abuse, as well as physical, sexual and emotional abuse. She has been a Clinical Supervisor for over 10 years and also worked in a private practice. She has received praise for high standards and ethical practices when working with her clients. Ms. Molyneaux received her Bachelor of Social Work from Florida State University and furthered her education at Case Western Reserve University, where she received her Masters of Social Service Administration.
Danielle Menendez is a native of Miami and has lived in Port Saint Lucie, FL since 1997. Danielle experienced a significant loss at the young age of eight. When Danielle experienced this loss, she knew she wanted to do more. By high-school she was in Hosa (Health Occupations Students of America) program. While in the program, she worked her way into an elective course for patient care technician. From there, she moved forward earning several degrees leading her to a career path of working with individuals who have been dually diagnosed. From CNA to LPN to RN, Danielle has chosen this path all from something that happened when she was young.
She continues to strive and exceed expectations in hopes that if she can help just one person; she has done her job. Finally, Danielle has aspirations of becoming a Nurse Practitioner.
Kevin Shaffer is a former heroin and cocaine addict from Ft. Pierce Florida. When Kevin was 18 years old he lost his father in a car accident in which drugs and alcohol were involved. Kevin spent most of his 20’s in and out of multiple institutions while battling his own addiction. At the age of 28 after sleeping on the streets for 2 nights Kevin checked himself into a local detox and moved on from there into a local halfway house with nothing. He used this time to become grounded in his recovery and build an amazing support group. He spent the first year working as a day laborer and at Denny’s. After saving enough money for his driver’s license and a vehicle Kevin had an overwhelming appetite to give back to other addicts the same way that others had given back to him. He started working in the substance abuse field as a Behavioral Health Tech and was promoted to a supervisor after 90 days in the field. He now has almost 5 years clean and sober and 4 years of supervisor experience in the substance abuse field. He brings with him the unique ability to get through to