About Our Team
President, CEO, CoreVision Network
Nathan grew up in a very segregated part of southern Georgia where drugs and gang violence was, and still is, very real. He graduated with a college prep diploma, allowing him to further his education on the collegiate level. Nathan was a sensational athlete in high school. He made the All-State and All-American team in football and earned a full scholarship to Florida State University where he studied political science and psychology. After college, Nathan messed up an opportunity to play professional football due to a life of drug dealing and chaos. After years of living a roller coaster life, and nearly losing his life several times, Nathan returned to the world of drugs and chaos, but not in the same form. Through his belief system and great people around him, Nathan has transformed his life and is leading others on that path.
Before Nathan became certified, he had already helped over 60 people with addiction. His philanthropic ways had also taken people off the streets and given them a place to live and a warm meal. He realized that what he was doing was his calling and life mission. Nathan invested over $160,000 dollars, last year alone, in resources and his own funding to help others. Nathan has become known as the Drug Recovery Coach and founded The Drug Recovery Network. Personally he has helped hundreds and indirectly he has helped thousands with his work and contributions though drug and alcohol addiction and recovery. Nathan has been a huge advocate and advisor for many suffering from drug and alcohol addiction.
Nathan’s mission is simple, when asked about why he does this, “I do this because no one else will and I feel the calling to help others. Though I am sometimes misunderstood, my main goal and purpose is to be hope and a voice for a person in need. I am trying to serve those that are lost, just as I have been. Everyone wants better for themselves, but some of us just need a reason to believe that there is hope and that we can be something better.” After living a life of turmoil, Nathan committed his life to helping others that suffer from addiction. He is a certified Drug and Alcohol Recovery and Addiction Coach and Interventionist. He has years of experience in the addiction field and is one of the top rated addiction minds in his vocation. People from all over the world call him for advice and help. Nathan has chosen to use his struggles throughout life to show others the door to freedom.
Clinical Services Director, CoreVision Network
Melvin Grier is a Certified Addiction Counselor III (CACIII) as well as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of Colorado. Mr. Grier completed his Master’s of Social Work Degree at the University of Denver in 1984. He is also certified in EMDR and is a pending certified domestic counselor. He has many years providing substance use disorder assessments, counseling, crisis management and outreach services in the community. He has a certificate with Driving with Care DUI Level I and Level II Education and Therapy.
Dr. Charles Graham
Counselor, CoreVision Network
Dr. Charles Graham is a PsyD from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology in Clinical Psychology. He has a B.S. from Texas A&M University, and an M.ED. from the University of North Texas. Dr. Graham completed his drug and alcohol certification at Saddleback College in Orange County, California. He was the Program Director at Sober Living by the Sea, one of the premier treatment centers in America for five years, and the last five years he was the Executive and Clinical Director at Behavioral Health Synergy.
Licensed Professional Counselor
John Henson is a Licensed Professional Counselor for the State of Colorado. He has his Master’s Degree from the University of Phoenix (2006). He has been trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), EMDR, Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT).
Licensed Professional Nurse, Certified Addiction Counselor III
Dianna Gilmore is a Licensed Professional Nurse and a Certified Addiction Counselor III (CACIII) who has been in the Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse field for more than 20 years. She has been contracted with the Department of Corrections and TASC, and currently has more than 200 clients from those organizations as part of the CoreVision Network. Dianna also holds an Associates of Psychology Degree from the University of Phoenix.
Director of Programming & Wrap Around Services, CoreVision Network
Robbin Thrailkill has a Master’s Degree in Somatic Psychology from Naropa University and a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from South Carolina State. Robbin has years of work in Psychotherapy, Rosen Method Bodywork and is a Yoga Instructor.
Brenda Newton is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate and NBCC Counselor in the state of Colorado. She has a MA in Counseling Psychology from UCD (2013). She has been trained in individual, family, special needs and recovery therapy.
Javier Del Castillo
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Javier Del Castillo is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Colorado who has 20 years of working experience in the field of Behavioral Health, Substance Abuse and Domestic Violence. He recently received his certification in MRT. He is also a Certified Addictions Counselor III (CAC III) in the state of Colorado working with DUI clients in Education and Therapy. Javier is an Approved Treatment Provider for the Colorado Department of Corrections.
Certified Addiction Counselor III
Alton Clark is a Certified Addiction Counselor III (CAC III) in the state of Colorado. He completed his training in 2010.
On-site Clinical Director CVN
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Certified Addiction Counselor II
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