Lacee Noon

Lacee Noon

Counselor

Lacee Noon earned her Associate of Science in Human Services in 2018 and is working toward completing her Bachelor of Science in Psychology of Addiction from Purdue University, for a career as an Addictions Counselor.  A life-long area resident, she has experienced the torturous grip of addiction both personally and with the devastating loss of close family members and friends.  She sees the continued hold addiction has on her community and hopes to use her experience and passion to help others climb out of the darkness of addiction and find freedom.  Lacee brings an exceptional work ethic and drives to successfully achieve her goals.  She is warm and outgoing with disarming humor that she will use to help break through barriers. 

Tara Inman

Tara Inman

Certified Medical Assistant

Tara is an experienced medical professional; she takes pride in providing the best care possible. As a CMA her goals include compassionate direct patient care and a great eagerness to learn. In addition to her primary job functions, Tara strives for excellence in everything she does. 

Carly Sparks

Carly Sparks

Nurse

Carly brings years of experience in the health field, ranging from addiction treatment, home health, and psychiatric treatment. She is ecstatic to have such a wonderful opportunity to help the residents in the Greene County area. Carly was born and raised in the area and knows this is something the county has needed for a very long time. In addition, she is a very caring, spunky, and outgoing person. She brings a lot of positivity to our facility. She loves helping others and is excited to help bring positive impacts and changes in the community. Carly works hard on her goals and will not stop until they are accomplished. All around, she is a great person for the SEE Purpose team.

Taylor Rollinson

Taylor Rollinson

Nurse

Taylor is a Licensed Practical Nurse who has a range of experience from working on a medical-surgical floor, in long-term care, in an acute care clinic, and working as an in-home caregiver. Taylor is looking forward to the opportunity to work at SEE Purpose and gain more experience in assisting others and working alongside a group of passionate individuals who share common goals.

Taylor is currently continuing her education at Ivy Tech Community College in Bloomington and has been a resident of Bloomfield her entire life. Taylor is a hardworking, caring, individual who has had a passion for helping others and is excited to bring her set of skills to the team.

Becky Borter

Becky Borter

Recovery Support Specialist

Becky Borter is a team player. She coached high school volleyball for several years, and she knows the importance of working together to achieve a common goal. It takes work, dedication, and determination. You don’t win every game, but you can still have a winning season. You just have to keep a positive attitude, learn from your mistakes, forgive your faults, and keep trying.
Becky has worked in the healthcare field for nearly 14 years. Her professionalism and her compassion make her an amazing caregiver. She understands how hard it can be to be in a position where you need help, both physically and mentally. 
Like most of us, Becky has experience with substance abuse, both personally and professionally. Her life has been touched by those around her who have struggled with this disease. She has experienced first-hand the damage it can do. She understands the feelings of shame and helplessness that make the struggle so difficult for someone afflicted to combat this disease. Make no mistake: beneath that quick wit and genuine smile beats the heart of a warrior. Her dedication to helping others is bred from experience and compassion. Becky is so very proud to be a caregiver, and a member of the team at SEE Purpose. Her compassion and dedication to her patients is unwavering. She is always willing to go the extra mile for those she cares for. Becky is looking forward to helping you achieve your goals. 

Regina Conard

Regina Conard

Nurse

Regina is a Licensed Practical Nurse with 15 years of experience as a psychiatric nurse. She has expierence caring for clients of all ages, ranging from 3 years old to 99 years old. She came to SEE Purpose to help aid our clients in their recovery with knowledge and experience.

Eric Moore

Eric Moore

CADC-II, ICADC, CIP

Chief Operations Officer

Eric Moore, CADC II, ICADC, CIP, brings a sensational urge to help others to the team at SEE Purpose. He has owned and operated his own sober companion agency on the premise of providing nothing less than excellence to his clients and families. His understanding of what is needed to begin a life in recovery gives him the compassion and empathy that is necessary for all his interactions with clients and staff. His dedication to the recovery community and those who struggle with addiction is beyond reproach. With over a decade of experience working in various treatment centers and years of experience working on the front lines with, what others would consider being, the most difficult cases he has shown that everyone can recover and find a new way of life when given the appropriate environment, opportunity, and guidance to do so. He believes that when people are met with positive regard for their own desires or dreams they can begin working towards a life in recovery and are successful. We are ecstatic and honored to have him as part of our executive team.

Evan Amarni M.S., LAADC-CA, ICADC, CIP

Evan Amarni

M.S., LAADC-CA, ICADC, CIP

Chief Executive Officer

Evan Amarni, M.S., LAADC-CA, ICADC, CIP, brings a vision of hope for all people to the team of SEE Purpose. With years of experience working with an indigent population and multiple years working with people from the opposite side of the socioeconomic spectrum, he brings a unique perspective to our treatment center. Evan is a Licensed Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor with CCAPP and an Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor with IC & RC with his Masters in Science in Industrial-Organizational Psychology and Bachelors of Science in Human Services with the concentration being in Addiction. Evan has a specialized skill for identifying talent in both his staff and the clients he works with. Using these skills have proven valuable providing a strength-based approach with his clients and his staff empowering them to become the best version of themselves. He has served on numerous boards including the California Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors and the California Consortium of Addiction Programs and Professionals. He believes that anyone can find recovery if they are afforded the opportunity to choose what works best for them, a truly client-centered approach to treating addiction.