Meet Our Leadership Team
Carmen Finn, MA, LADC, ADCR-MN
“Finn” has over eighteen years of experience providing services to families and individuals in the field of behavioral health. Finn is licensed as an alcohol and drug counselor in the State of Minnesota and obtained her Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy. Additionally, Finn is a Community Faculty member at Metropolitan State University and teaches in the Alcohol and Drug Counseling program. Finn is also currently a member and co-chair of the Minnesota Association of Resources for Recovery and Chemical Health (MARRCH) Ethics Committee, as well as an elected member of the MARRCH Board of Governors for Region 11. Her interests include gender, ethics, research, LGBTQ issues, and addiction and the family.
Sadie Hosley, MA, LADC, LPCC
Sadie leads the charge in connecting Recovering Hope’s program and services with professionals, caregivers, and clients seeking specialized care. Sadie has extensive experience in connecting the community with resources that meet the needs of those seeking help. Sadie has worked in the field as an addiction and mental health provider at various settings, admissions, intensive outpatient services, utilization review, residential treatment settings and behavioral psychiatric hospitals for the past nine years. Sadie’s passion is to help those in need find services which meet their individualized needs and access the level of care they require. Her energy for life exemplifies one of our themes at Recovering Hope, “The Spirit to Live.”
Janet Wilkinson, MS, APRN
Adult Nurse Practitioner-BC Medical Director
Janet leads our medical team which provides on-site services. She received her bachelor’s degree from the Milwaukee School of Engineering (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) and a Master of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin, Madison (Adult Nurse Practitioner Program). Janet began her career in health care within the Intensive Care Unit of a large metropolitan based hospital in Milwaukee, WI. In addition to her extensive inpatient and outpatient adult clinical experience, Janet has worked with patients of all educational levels, cultural diversity, socio-economic status and those with chemical dependency and mental health related needs. She utilizes evidence-based research, medications if warranted and complementary therapies to treat physical, mental and psychiatric/co-occurring health disorders. Janet also specializes in substance use disorder relapse prevention medication treatment including buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) and long-acting injectable naltrexone (Vivitrol) for both relapse prevention and harm reduction.
Janet will maintain her Adult Nurse Practitioner certification as she begins her coursework toward Doctorate of Nursing Practice with certification in Psychiatric Nursing.
Chief Executive Officer
Ray is a seasoned executive who excels in establishing excellent working relationships with employees, customers, and vendors. He successfully leverages his career experience as an executive to enhance organizational productivity and efficiency by effectively directing and supporting operations, services, and offering solutions to issues.
Ray co-founded Recovering Hope Treatment Center after previously owning another local business. His philosophy of attracting and supporting quality employees allows his companies to become industry leaders at an accelerated rate. A testament to this philosophy is the required expansion of Recovering Hope Treatment Center from a 74-bed facility to a 108-bed facility within the first three years of operation.
Ray is committed to the mission of Recovering Hope Treatment Center and dedicated to the future growth and vision of the organization.
Jamie Bankers, MA, LADC, LPCC
Director of Recovery Support
Jamie received her Master of Art’s degree in Addiction Studies from Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Capella University. As the Director of Recovery Support, Jamie is responsible for managing and directing the activities of the Recovery Advocates and admission team. Jamie also provides individual psychotherapy to clients. She is EMDR trained and implements EMDR protocol to assist clients in addressing trauma, anxiety and other mental health symptoms.
Originally from Kimball, Minnesota, Jamie now resides on a hobby farm in the Mora area with her husband and their six children. Away from work, Jamie enjoys spending time with her family, attending children’s sporting events, throwing hay bales, and tending to her animals.