Stephen M. Devlin
Executive Director, Clear Day Treatment Center
Stephen M. Devlin is our Executive Director at Clear Day Treatment Center. Having spent his entire career in the addiction treatment space, Stephen brought with him more than 35 years of experience when he joined the Clear Day team in 2018. In addition to his extensive experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings, Stephen also has 14 years of experience working in the field of corrections helping incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals overcome their addictions and transition into independent living.
Stephen has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania, and is certified as CCDP, CCS, and CAADC. An active contributor to the addiction treatment profession, Stephen is a committee member of CLEAR Coalition, where he advocates for a fair, well-funded Pennsylvania state budget for vital services and programs, including health care and addiction recovery services. Stephen has three children, whom he calls the “center of [his] life,” and enjoys traveling, and riding long distances on his motorcycle.
George Jones, LPC, CADC
Clinical Director, Clear Day Treatment Center
George Jones, LPC, CADC is our Clinical Director at Clear Day Treatment Center. When George joined the clinical team in 2018, he brought with him more than 22 years of counseling experience, including over 17 years of clinical management experience, and 14 years of experience working with the criminal justice population. A firm believer in the transformative power of therapy in recovery, George believes that “when you help a person change their perspective, their season changes.”
George holds a Masters Degree in Community Counseling from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Addictions Counselor. When he is not working with patients, George enjoys traveling with his wife of 35 years and their two children.
Karen B. Garland, MS
Assistant Clinical Director, Clear Day Treatment Center
Karen B. Garland, MS, is the Assistant Clinical Director at Clear Day Treatment Center. With more than 18 years of substance use treatment provider experience, Karen has worked extensively in the industry, including in medical detoxification, residential treatment, and in specialized care with children and young adults. She is the co-founder of Courage to Change, a community-based recovery group, a member of the American Counseling Association, the American Christian Counselors Association, and an advocate for social justice. Ms. Garland received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and her Bachelor’s Degree in Community Ministries from Geneva College. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Counseling Education and Supervision at Waynesburg University.
Assistant Director of Nursing, Clear Day Treatment Center
Tammy Regula is our Assistant Director of Nursing. After completing her nursing education, Tammy spent several years as a Correctional Nurse, working directly with inmates in the correctional system. This experience motivated Tammy to bring her passion for nursing into the substance addiction treatment industry, where she says she can help individuals work through their addictions and potentially avoid the correctional system altogether. When asked about her work, Tammy says that she “puts my heart into my job. I truly want to see my patients be successful in their recovery.”
When not at work, Tammy enjoys spending time outdoors with her husband of 31 years, her daughters, her grandson, and her “furkids” (the family dogs).
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