David was born and raised in a small town in South Georgia. Although he grew up in a stable and loving home, addiction still managed to take over his life at a young age. After nearly 10 years of running from his fears and problems with drugs and alcohol, David realized he needed to make a change. He took his first steps toward recovery in 2012 by accepting treatment in Kentucky. Although resistant at first, by the time David entered an extended care sober living facility, he was ready to adopt a new lifestyle.
Raised in Charleston, Lucas is a South Carolina native who turned to drugs and alcohol at age 14. Despite multiple school and geographical changes, many medications, psychiatry visits, and countless inpatient and outpatient treatments, he could not free himself from the hold of addiction. After 11 years of fighting an uphill battle with sobriety, Lucas accepted treatment in Asheville, North Carolina that led him to a fulfilling, sober life. His new lifestyle was not effortless.
DR. DAVID MOORE
“I was trained to prescribe medicine in an evidence-based approach. What does that mean? It means I want to use the right medicine, at the right dose, at the right time, keeping the medicine as minimal as possible, only prescribing what is needed. I am not a psychiatrist that just keeps adding and adding medicine - that approach never leads to desirable results.” - Dr. David Moore
Ashley Casey, NP
Assistant Medical Director
Ashley is originally from Myrtle Beach, SC and received a Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Languages (Spanish and French) from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh in 2010. She later attended East Tennessee State University, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2013 and a Master of Science in Nursing with a Family Nurse Practitioner concentration in 2016.
Ashley has treated patients with substance use disorders in a variety of settings since 2013, including an inpatient hospital, outpatient clinics, and emergency departments. She strongly believes that the best care is compassionate, respectful, and non-judgmental. Ashley's treatment approach is always holistic, taking into account each patient's unique circumstances and needs.
When Ashley is not working, she enjoys hiking, traveling, running, and spending time with her two dogs, Kirby and Windsor.
Previously, Cole managed his counseling private practice as well as coordinated an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). He was educated at the University of Georgia and Clemson University.
He believes the absolute best thing about working with substance abuse is the incredible changes people can experience in recovery. Helping people with substance abuse struggles is a privilege because he has a front row seat to tremendous physical, psychological, and relational transformation. It is the belief that everyone can experience change that keeps him doing this work.
Outside the office, Cole can be found planning the next adventure with his wife, wrangling his two young girls, contemplating Star Wars mythology, riding his bike, wondering when Georgia will win a national championship, or attempting to destroy his friends in pickleball.
ADMISSIONS & OUTREACH SPECIALIST
Joey grew up in Westfield, NJ and moved to Greenville, SC in June of 2017 to get sober - he was Greenville Transitinon’s very first resident! Joey is in recovery and is uniquely qualified to help those struggling with substance use disorders. He believes it is an honor and a privilege to participate in one’s journey to wellness. Joey has experience as a client and as a professional in addiction treatment settings, giving him a great understanding of what GT residents are going through. Knowing the importance of encouragement and support, Joey finds great purpose in helping young adults find their path through adversity. In his spare time, you might see Joey running the streets of Greenville, coaching high school and youth lacrosse, or strolling the Swamp Rabbit Trail with his wife, Ashley.
Clark was raised in Pickens, South Carolina by a loving family. As a child, he enjoyed going to church, creating art, playing music, and fishing or hiking with his father. Clark discovered drugs and alcohol at the age of 18 and, through two enlistments in the US army and a college education, spent the next 16 years walking the devastating tightrope of addiction. At 34, Clark accepted treatment, discovering hope and happiness through sobriety. Finally, he could return the peace of mind he had stolen from his loved ones, and soon discovered a passion for helping others do the same.
Caleb was born and raised in SleepyHollow, Illinois. He spent most of his childhood skating and trying out different sports. Growing up with a loving family and a well-structuredhousehold,he still ended up struggling with addiction starting out at the age of 16.Once introduced to drugs and alcohol his life started spiraling down fast. At the age of 20 Caleb moved to Greenville and was introduced to recovery.A new way of life that slowly started giving back the peace and serenity that had beenmissing. Today, Caleb finds meaning from working with others struggling with substance use disorder and maintaining his own sobriety by participating in recovery events and keeping a tight knit community around. In his free time,Calebenjoys rock climbing, skating, seeing live music and hiking.
Chad is a father, recovery coach, and a person in recovery. For him, those things are all inextricably linked. His life, both personally and professionally, is dedicated to nurturing growth, strength, and meaning through recovery.
Chad discovered drug use at the age of 16 and his life became unmanageable; devoid of meaning. As he often says, "I didn't have a problem with drugs, I had a problem with sobriety." He entered treatment in 2019 and a new world opened. He discovered peace, hope, and a sacred duty to help others. Since then, he has played an integral role in the recovery community. As a recovery coach, Chad brings a wealth of empathy and focus. Chad's tumultuous past, the tranquility of his present, and a steely, unwavering commitment to working with the addict and the alcoholic has deeply enriched his career and personal relationships.
In his spare time, Chad enjoys relaxing with his children, studying philosophy (particularly Alan Watts), and watching movies. Privately, Chad believes maintaining consistent peace and good-will between his three teenage children is his greatest accomplishment (his second greatest accomplishment is that they occasionally still laugh at his jokes).
Mr. Wilson is the Supupintendant of Greenville Transitions Recovery Center. He holds a Dogtorate in Emotional Support and extreme cuteness. Every day he brings smiles to people’s faces and in his free time he enjoys chasing after tennis balls, trying to befriend squirrels and meeting other hooomans and puppers. Wilson is so excited to be with the team at GT and says that he has found his furrrever home!