Divine Intervention Recovery Center

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Phone: (937) 862-0008
Hours: M-F 8AM  4:30PM

About Divine Intervention Recovery Center​

What We Do

We have reimagined the entire business of trauma-informed dual diagnosis treatment through the lens of experience. Through investing in training to genuinely understand the mindset and needs of each client and the building of deep meaningful relationships, the Divine Intervention team believes we have discovered the key to maintaining long-term recovery. By structuring the entire organization to create a healing environment that is effective, safe, and supportive for those struggling with mental health, addiction, and trauma-related symptoms, our providers and training make a difference.

Come to the recovery center that truly recognizes your unique circumstances and strives to develop an individualized treatment approach to fit your lifestyle.

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Our Focus


At Divine Intervention, we recognize the devastating effects that addiction can have on your life and the lives of your loved ones. We provide medication-assisted treatment options as well as counseling and case management services to assist with navigation toward a new way of life. Because we understand the importance of meaningful connection, all clients who successfully complete programming will be invited to participate in the alumni group that meets one evening a week.


At Divine Intervention, you will find that each clinician has been trained or certified in trauma-informed care. Let us provide a safe space to process your painful past learning experience and teach you how to overcome the challenges of your symptoms.

Dual Diagnoses

In the most recent years, studies have emerged on people who struggle with both substance use and mental health disorders concurrently. According to SAMHSA’s 2018 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, approximately 9.2 million adults in the United States have a co-occurring disorder. At Divine Intervention Recovery Center, we understand the complexities and unique challenges of the individuals we serve who struggle with a dual diagnosis. This is why we provide choices for your group schedule as well as traditional and non-traditional expressive therapy options.

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Meet the Team

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Faye Barron, LISW-S, LICDC, CCTS-I

Graduated with her bachelor’s degree in social work from Capital University. She received her master’s degree in 2016 from Miami University. Faye is an independently licensed social worker and independently licensed chemical dependency counselor with 10+ years of experience. She has held various positions in many different settings including inpatient, partial hospitalization, and outpatient, and has several years of experience supervising and leading multidisciplinary treatment teams. In addition, she is certified through the Arizona Trauma Institute as a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist. She is passionate about treating dual-diagnosis patients.

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Katherine Bendall, LSW, LCDC III, CCTS-I

Graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Capital University. She received her master’s degree in 2016 from Wright State University. Katherine is a licensed social worker and licensed chemical dependency counselor in the State of Ohio. In addition, Katherine is working to obtain her independent licensure under the supervision of cofounder Faye Barron LISW-S. Kathy has dedicated many years of her career to domestic violence and addiction treatment. She has several years of experience in partial hospitalization programming, intensive outpatient, standard outpatient, and residential settings treating mental health and addiction. Katherine is a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist through the Arizona Trauma Institute. Katherine is passionate about serving those struggling with primary mental health and dually diagnosed clients.

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Tracy Bellville, MSW LSW

Tracy began her journey as a Case Manager and Intake Specialist, helping homeless families into housing. She began her education at Sinclair Community College graduating with a dual degree in Mental Health Technology and Chemical Dependency Counseling. She graduated with her bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Capital University and received her master’s degree in 2016 from Miami University. Tracy has experience in inpatient behavioral health, partial hospitalization programming, intensive outpatient, and standard outpatient settings treating individuals with mental health and substance use disorders. Her focus is providing a nonjudgmental environment where individuals can feel safe, heard and understood while providing trauma informed care.
“I believe the greatest gift I can conceive of having from anyone is to be seen by them, heard by them, to be understood and touched by them.” Virginia Satir
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Jessica Deese, CDCA, RYT-200, TCYM

Jessica is a chemical dependency counselor assistant with over a year of clinical work experience combined with years of lived experience helping others, including herself, overcome addiction. A Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance, she formed Rise Yoga and Wellness with over 250 hours of education, four years of teaching, and six years of practice experience. She completed continuing education with The Trini Foundation in Columbus, Oh, using Ashtanga Yoga as an adjunct treatment for addiction. She is certified in The Trauma Conscious Yoga Method (TCYM) and Transcending Sexual Trauma Through Yoga. These methods focus on the evidence-based use of yoga to treat trauma and related disorders. Jessica teaches yoga from a trauma-conscious lens accessible to all. As a Bachelor of Psychology Student, she continues to pursue somatic psychoeducation to help overcome trauma and addiction.