At Recovery Care Partner we are just that, your partner!


Don Sloane - Owner / Founder
Don is the founder of Recovery Care Partner, LLC and has worked in the recovery field for over 30 years. Immediately following his own treatment, Don worked for The Caron Treatment Centers marketing group, where he educated EAP and HR professionals about addiction and effective responses to it. During those first years clean and sober, Don was trained as an interventionist by Dr. Joseph Cruz, one of the physicians that contributed to the intervention on Betty Ford, and began supporting addicted families to find the help that they needed. Over the years, his vocation has changed. He has managed within the computer science arm of Fannie Mae, ran a consulting firm whose focus was “Integrating the Human Element and the Bottom Line,” created effective methodologies for group process and organizational change, and has even opened a neighborhood restaurant. But Don never stopped facilitating interventions. In 2009, he returned to work full-time in the recovery field. Don incorporates all of his varied experience when working with clients, marrying a therapeutic lens with a larger system and understanding to help both families as well as businesses deal with the issues addiction presents. Don is honored to be part of the recovery community.
Michelle Hooper - Executive Assistant
Michelle has worked in various different fields over the years, including teaching preschool, assisting in restaurant team management, and retail catering and consulting. As Executive Assistant to Don Sloane, Recovery Care Partner, and Bethesda House, she provides a high level of administrative support by using her organizational skills to maintain optimal efficiency of the business . She is the first point of contact for families reaching out for help for their loved ones that are suffering from the disease of addiction. She applies her personal experience with compassion to assist families in finding a starting point on the “road to recovery.” Whether the road begins with an Intervention or finding the best fit for treatment based on the individual’s needs, she works with Don to make the transition for the family as gentle as possible. Michelle makes a difference in the lives of those she touches.
Roger Hoff
Roger is a husband, father, son, brother, uncle, and man in recovery. Recovery makes all the other titles a reality. His struggles with addiction have impacted his life. Until he was capable of accepting the help and direction from sober men, he was unable to be sober and happy. Roger joined the team at Bethesda House because of what he calls the critical 3 “S”, which stands for Safety, Stability, and Support. Safety means an environment that is free of drugs and alcohol. Stability creates rules and structure in the community that help establish new patterns and routines, which carry over to become the new, new. Finally, support means having other men participating in recovery to provide the opportunity to work through challenges experienced in early recovery. Having men that understand feelings and emotions experienced in early recovery allows for a healthy environment to process situations that easily could have been triggers before.

Jonathan Maxson
As a man in long-term recovery, Jonathon has developed a deep passion for coaching others into a new way of life. He believes in mental, physical, and spiritual methods based in models that promote sustainable success. Being a part of the team at Bethesda House has allowed him to see the magic of growth and change in the clients/residents, which is nothing short of miraculous. Alumni continue to be part of the community, which expands the residents' experience. B.A. Ohio State University R.C. Recovery Coach
Eric Quinlan
Eric Quinlan is an Adolescent Transitions Coach, Academic Guide, and Adolescent Recovery Companion. Eric has worked with young adults in the DC Metro region and has a strong grasp of the complexities of being a young person with academic, recovery, and social challenges. He holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Vermont and a MAT in Secondary Education from Union Graduate College. After a year as Education Director at a day treatment center, Eric earned a Maryland State Teaching License for Secondary Education. Eric is in long-term recovery, so he uses a compassionate and collaborative approach to effectively help adolescents with substance abuse, mental heath, and learning challenges. His own experience, both personally and professionally, enables him to identify, relate, and impact adolescents who are at-risk or in a crisis.
Devon Hott
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