"There is a light in this world, a healing spirit more powerful than any darkness we may encounter" - Mother Teresa
Darryl has worked in human services for over twenty years. Darryl’s experience includes DCF, substance abuse treatment centers, and also large not-for-profit agencies like United Way of Broward County and Daily Bread Food Bank.
Patrice oversees the daily flow of business within the facility, ensuring synchronicity between the clinical and administrative functions. She became interested in the field of recovery after losing a friend to addiction.
Meegan’s experience includes 8 years working adolescents and adults suffering from addiction, anxiety disorders, anger management problems, eating disorders, post-traumatic stress, depression and those struggling to adjust to the various stresses life can bring.
Behavioral Health Tech
Jasmine is experienced in medical and health administration and a certified behavioral health technician and certified in CPR and HIV awareness. She demonstrates a strong desire for helping those who suffer from mental health and substance abuse.
Behavioral Health Tech
Marcus is a behavioral health technician and safety officer. Marcus has worked in rehabilitation for the past 5 years. He enjoys working with teenagers and adults to help them overcome addiction in the face of adversity.
Paula is a Licensed Therapist who has been in the Mental Health and Treatment field for 15 years. She graduated from NSU in 2005 with a MS in MHC. She has worked with the Chronic Mental Health population, Adolescent offenders and with COD or Dual dx populations.
Vincent is an experienced and dynamic Group Facilitator with years of experience in inspiring and motivating clients seeking change in the recovery community. A former Navy veteran, Vincent is a passionate professional whose mission is to uplift those struggling with substance abuse and mental health.
Director of Spanish Outreach
Born in Argentina, Raul retired to Florida in 1985 after a long career in finance. His penchant for community involvement and helping people led him to his current position at Spark of Hope. He is also a photographer and donates his time to several community organizations.
Scott holds a masters in early childhood special education. He comes to Spark of Hope with 9 years of recovery experience which enables him to relate to clients on their level and create an atmosphere that is conducive for overcoming addiction.
Human Resources Manager
Shekeila Lindsey has over ten years experience as an administrative assistant and Office work. Her passion is customer service and helping people. She has office skills, with HR fundementals and a certification. Shekeila is a Florida Certified Worforce Professional since 2011 and she is a team player.