MD, FASAM, Medical Director
Dr. Cummins is the Medical Director for West Virginia Restore. He is board-certified in both Addiction Medicine and Emergency Medicine and has extensive experience in treating patients suffering from substance use disorders. Following best practice guidelines set forth by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) and using the latest evidence-based treatment modalities, Dr. Cummins has helped develop the most comprehensive and seamless monitoring program for addicted professionals in the country. Using time-tested treatments and cutting-edge alternative therapies, his program succeeds by focusing on prevention, treatment, long-term monitoring, advocacy, and reentry into the workplace. Dr. Cummins also works closely with multiple local, state, and federal agencies to ensure employee protection and client compliance.
MS, LCAC, Program Director
Tracy Traut, MS LCAC is the Program Director for West Virginia Restore. She has worked in the field of mental health and addiction since 2007. She has extensive experience in treating individuals with substance use disorders, trauma, and PTSD. Tracy received her MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Indiana University Northwest and Calumet College of St. Joseph, with a concentration in addiction treatment. Tracy is charged with focusing on prevention, treatment, long-term monitoring, advocacy, working with employers, reentry into the workplace, and utilizing evidence-based practices to deliver cutting edge monitoring services for health care professionals in need.For programming information, trainings, or speaking engagements, email email@example.com or call 844-687-7399 ext.5
RN, Nurse Case Manager
Jan has worked with the West Virginia Restore Program since 2015. She received her nursing degree in 1983 from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, NM. She worked most of her career as a certified emergency nurse and as a Clinical Nurse Manager. Jan was part of a small group of nurses who worked with the WV BON to provide an alternative to discipline program in the state of WV. She is a member of the National Organization of Alternative Programs (NOAP) and the International Nurses Society on Addictions (IntNSA)For intake information or case management, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 304.932.7675.
As a Qualified Mental Health Profession (QMHP), Carrie comes to us with 19 years of experience in the addiction field. Carrie was the Director of Alice’s house when it first opened in 2002, and then a Crisis Intervention Specialist at Southlake Center/Reginal Mental Health for Mental Health from 2003-2015. Her work included Substance Use and Mental Health assessments, immediate risk assessments, crisis calls, referrals, worked with case management staff and performed admissions for substance and mental health inpatient and outpatient treatment.
MBA, BSN, RN, LAC, CADAC II, Executive Director
Claudia is the executive director for West Virginia Restore. She is trained as a critical care and operating room nurse as well as a licensed addiction counselor and a certified alcohol and drug addiction consultant. Claudia also has a Master's in Business Administration with a focus on health care policy, leadership, and management. Her role with WVR is to ensure internal staffing compliance, oversight, and direction of all human resource issues, accounting requirements, and management of the WVR legal team. Claudia is responsible for internal audits and quality assurance for WVR.