People Who Care


We’re a residential drug and alcohol treatment center located in a pecan grove in Monroe, Louisiana. We first opened our doors in 2015, and seven years later, we’re still welcoming adult men and women 21 years of age or older who is suffering from substance use, abuse, and dependence.

Our facility is a safe and supportive place to help you recover and rebuild. We do so with a focus on compassion, tolerance, and honesty.

Read the Reviews

Kim AuthementKim Authement
20:27 06 May 22
This place is the chick file of all rehabs ...I have never been on a vacation better than this ...I highly recommend pecan haven to anyone wanting to change their lives for the best ... I love keri,zac,Tyler ,sidney,gabby,jules,melissa,aden,Heather ,mary,Tiffany both of them Brad ,jimbo,go cunta cinta......I appreciate the hospitality more than yall could ever know
A richardA richard
17:57 06 May 22
I went to this facility on 2 occasions. We get what we get when we do what we do. This place, God, my counselors past experiences, her techniques and love she gives her group, all that saved me. I love everyone who worked there when I was there, especially Keri Daily and Holly Savage,Chastity, Jarrond, Heath, little bit and Morgan.
03:12 14 Jan 22
Morgan is a fantastic tech! Such a hardworking and kind worker. Gives 100% and never asks for anything in return. They are lucky to have her!
Disciplined AmericanDisciplined American
16:36 22 Jun 21
This is a place where the staff truly cares about the clients.
Jordan ForetJordan Foret
15:15 17 Feb 21
This place really changed my life for the best. 3 years down.

Meet the Staff

Dr. Michael McCormick, MD

Medical Director, ABAM Certified

Dr. McCormick is a native of Northeast Louisiana. He is a graduate of The University of Louisiana at Monroe and Louisiana State University of Arkansas in 1999. He found an interest in Addiction Medicine while in practice and became board certified through the American Board of Addiction Medicine in 2010.

Dr. McCormick has been in family medicine private practice in West Monroe, LA for 18 years treating a variety of general medical illnesses and addiction-related medical issues. He has experience in preventative health maintenance, geriatrics, hypertension, diabetes, nutrition, and addiction medicine.

Daphne Beene, FNP-C

Nurse Practitioner

My favorite part of my job is seeing my client’s renewed spirits slowly evolve after they have been here for a few days. They begin smiling again and start feeling hopeful, determined, and committed to their recovery. The feeling it gives me, being a vital person in their recovery journey, is so rewarding.

I am so passionate about this field of work because I have a 30-year family history of addiction. I have personally seen how it can destroy not only the addict but how it affects every family member of an addict. I have also walked side by side in the recovery journey. I believe that my experience, from a family member’s perspective, helps my clients better understand the impact their addiction has on people who love them.

I graduated from Grambling State University with a B.S. in Nursing in 1995. I graduated from Northwestern State University with an M.S.N as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 2020. I am an active member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP).

I am from Tallulah, LA. I am married to my husband Todd and have 2 sons, ages 23 and 22, and a daughter 19, and all are in college.

Fun Fact: I have 4 “granddogs”! George (lab), Sophie (jack Russell), Bentley (golden doodle) and Cooper (golden retriever).

Tiffany Pommier


My favorite part of my job is that I love getting to see how much people grow in their time here. The best part is seeing how proud the clients are when they receive their certificate after they complete treatment.

I’m passionate because there are so many people that need helping and I love that I am able to play a small part in their recovery. I genuinely love being a part of the team that heals people both body and soul.’

I graduated in 2020 from McNeese State University with BS in Psychology. Currently pursuing my MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Addiction Counseling.

I’m from West Monroe, LA.

Fun Facts: I am a mom to boy/girl twins that are ten years old. I love being outdoors as much as possible and love hunting, fishing, or working in my yard.

Ashley Johnson

Business Manager

My favorite part of my job is working behind the scenes ensuring that each client is receiving the proper care that is being provided. Also, being able to interact with clients.

I’m passionate about my work because I can relate. Not to drug addiction, but to addiction period. I love to watch the people overcome their struggles.  

I earned an Associate of Arts & Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Ashland University. Currently completing the MBA program at University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Expected graduation- May 2023.

I’m from Monroe, LA.

Fun Facts: I participate in the 3 K Breast Cancer Run every year in support of the survivors. Also, my neighbor is a retired NFL player.

Misty Sorenson

Intake Coordinator

My favorite part of my job is advising and helping clients receive treatment for substance abuse. I’m passionate because it’s personal for me; addiction runs deep in my family, my father, my brother. I have seen it destroy families and I’m blessed to have the opportunity to help rebuild families, one client at a time.

I come from an insurance background, lots of years with State Farm. Graduated from Central High School -Champaign, IL, Parkland College- Champaign, IL, Louisiana Delta Community College -2 years in nursing school, University of Louisiana at Monroe. I’m from Rayville, LA.

Fun Facts: I love to READ! Baseball is my favorite sport, College, and MLB. My son is a catcher for NSU, so I spend a lot of time at the Ballpark.

Shadley Powell

Intake Coordinator

Hollye Rogers, LCSW-BACS

Clinical Director

Hollye Rogers is a graduate of The University of Louisiana at Monroe and Louisiana State University with a Master’s Degree in Social Work. She is currently a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Board Approved Clinical Supervisor. Hollye began her career in 1994 and has held various positions including Therapist, Director of the Professional Evaluation Program and Chief Operating Officer at Palmetto Addiction Recovery Center. Hollye feels focusing on mental, physical, and spiritual aspects of recovery in coordination with family involvement is what makes Pecan Haven Addiction Recovery Center a successful treatment center.

Ryan Ouber

Director of Nursing

Bio coming soon.

Keri Daily

Discharge Planner

Bio coming soon.

Brad Diamond, CIT


My favorite part of my job is watching the struggling addict start to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Reuniting kids with parents. Broken relationships mended. Sending people back to be a productive part of society.

The reason I’m passionate about my job is I myself have struggled with addiction my whole life. I have compassion and empathy for the struggling addict. I’m driven to teach them a new skill set to battle addiction. Letting them know they’re not alone and that they don’t have to struggle with addiction anymore. Some of my accomplishments are I’ve recently overcame my addiction of 27 years.

I’m a graduate of LaGrange Senior Highschool in Lake Charles, LA. I also recently finished my CIT course. I’m from the southwest Louisiana town of Lake Charles. I love to hunt and fish, die hard New Orleans Football fan, and love attending LSU football games.

Mary Hastings Moss, CIT


My favorite part of my job is seeing my clients successfully graduate from the program and seeing their lives completely change because of Pecan Haven. I love seeing my clients work through issues and fully process the grief and/or trauma they have experienced.

I’m passionate because when I was younger, I went with my grandfather to counsel his hospice patients. I saw how caring he was with his patients and wanted to be like him when I was older. My grandfather made me fall in love with this profession.
Education: University of Mississippi- bachelor’s in psychology, minor in biology, University of Mississippi- master’s in counselor education (M.Ed.) emphasis in clinical mental health counseling, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, Chi Sigma Iota – Counseling Honor Society.

I’m from Jackson, MS.

Fun Facts: I love to travel, love photography, and love animals but unfortunately do not have one (I want a dog).

Jim Mullins, CIT


My favorite part of my job is seeing families reunited. Clients accepting and surrendering to a program. Seeing the client regain a relationship with a higher power. As a recovering addict, I’m passionate about recovery. The joy, the freedom, and the happiness it has brought to me. I’m passionate about helping others find the same joy, freedom, and happiness I found. Also, someone was willing to help and show me a better way, I should follow that pattern and help an addict like me.

I’m extremely shy. I have a hard time talking about myself and to this day struggle with compliments. My biggest accomplishment I believe is changing my life, my mother being able to see me be successful after many years of addiction and incarcerations. Learning to be humble, thankful, and grateful. And I regained a relationship with my higher power. I graduated from Fullerton Union High School and attended Fullerton College while still in high school. Attended San Diego State until incarceration.

I’m originally from Los Angeles, California. Moved to Louisiana after incarceration to be closer to my mother. My father passed away while incarcerated. Parents were originally from Louisiana and moved back to Calhoun La upon retirement.

Fun Facts: I’m married to an unbelievable woman. My wife has a passion for recovery and is an addiction counselor as well. I’m an avid golfer and pool player. In 2016, I won the World Championship in Doubles in pool in Las Vegas, Nevada. I’m an avid sports fan, I’m a loyal LA Dodgers fan, I enjoy watching college football, and taking road trips to watch football games with friends. I enjoy cooking outside, and spending time with my wife and our yellow lab Reba.

Kenta Jackson, CIT


My favorite part of my job is impacting individuals with knowledge, skills, and abilities so that he or she is able to use those tools in their life. Also, a favorite is to see these individuals impact other individuals in a positive way.

I am so passionate because everyone in life needs a voice; therefore, many of these individuals did not have a voice due to a variety of reasons.

I went to Bastrop High school then Louisiana Tech for my bachelor’s and then Grambling State University for my Master’s degree.

I am from Bastrop, LA and now residing in West Monroe, LA.

The fun aspect about myself is that I love sports.

Tiffany Landry, CIT


My favorite part of my job is watching people reap the rewards of the hard work they’ve put in to change their lives and the comradery with co-workers within the facility

I’m passionate because I want to be able to give back was given to me when I needed it.

I have a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Human Services, CIT.

I was born in Baton Rouge and grew up in New Jersey

Fun Facts: I am also in recovery. I love art galleries and museums and world history. Recently went to NYC to the MET.

Cassandra Crumley


Bio coming soon.

Shade Rodriguez


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Aaron Soward


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Giovhanni Jiles


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Tamara Johnston

Utilization Review

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Jason Whitaker

Utilization Review

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Gabriel Harris

Utilization Review

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