Lead Residential Technician
Certified Medical Assistant
Aryel Ranard is a CNA and takes pride in helping others in any way she can, especially to achieve their goals. She found interest in the treatment/behavioral health due to personal experiences and knowing she can help others to find their purpose.
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.
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 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 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.
Recovery Support Specialist
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.