All of the treatment facilities that Operation Rehab deals with are reviewed by our advisory board. This ensures that our applicants get the high quality care that they need.

  • Debra Norton - Founder of Drug and Alcohol Rehab Services, LLC "DARS" and Outreach Services

    Ms. Norton has worked in the field of chemical dependency for over 15 years and has held positions from Intake Coordinator, Quality Improvement Director, Executive Director to Chief Financial Officer. Her love for people and serving those in need as well as her personal life experiences with chemical dependency has resulted in her developing DARS & OUTREACH SERVICES. DARS & OUTREACH SERVICES is now her passion because it affords the ability to help so many more people rather than just serving one facility. Her experience in marketing, personnel, intake, clinical management and quality improvement allows DARS & OUTREACH SERVICES to continue to grow as a reputable placement organization.

  • Roxanna Grimes

    Roxanna Grimes has published articles in parenting magazines, teaching resources, ministry magazines, and bible curriculum for young children. She has a B.S. in Early Childhood Education, an M.A. in the Spiritual Development of Children, and is a licensed and Certified Drug, Alcohol, Addictions Counselor with special emphasis given to the codependency side of the disease and works with the child victims of alcoholism and addiction. Roxanna was adopted by her aunt and uncle as a direct result of a father who never showed and a mother who was an alcoholic and drug user. Roxanna also witnessed violence between her mother and the men in her life. Roxanna has participated in pastoral counseling alongside her husband who is currently a pastor. They have been married for 25 years and reside in southern California. They have two grown children Gabrielle,21 and Greyson 19.

  • Kelley White

    Kelley White is the Executive Director and Co-founder of Coastal Mountain Youth Academy (CMYA). CMYA is a non-profit academic and therapeutic Recovery High School for youth from ages 14-18. These youth struggle with issues such as addiction, truancy, abuse, juvenile detention and probation. Kelley began working with "At Promise" youth over 10 years ago. While attending law school she started substitute teaching and found that teaching troubled youth was her life gift. She worked as a teacher for both Anaheim Union and Capistrano Unified School Districts. While working in these settings she saw many young people fall through the cracks and end up continuing to struggle, because of the lack of resources. In November of 2003 she decided she wanted to open a non-profit program to help kids who were struggling with drugs and alcohol. CMYA open its doors to students in June 2006 and has served over 100 students and their families. Their unique approach to academics and therapy has been very successful over the past 4 years and she looks forward to carrying her mission throughout many more. Kelley is also involved in several other groups throughout the community. These groups include; San Juan Capistrano Chamber of Commerce, Monarch Beach Rotary Club and Orange County Substance Abuse Prevention Network (OCSAPN). Kelley believes that all young people have the ability to be successful and productive members of society if given the tools and believes that it is her responsibility to provide them with these tools. She holds her students to high expectations in and outside of the classroom. When faced with obstacles, she finds ways to overcome them in the best interest of her students.