Rebekah Proctor

Case Manager/Receptionist

Rebekah Proctor, originally from Port Townsend, WA, began her recovery journey in 2013. After struggling with addiction for most of her adolescent life, she had a spiritual awakening in October 2013. She was tired of hurting those around her, and she decided that she wanted a better life for herself. Following completion of inpatient treatment, Rebekah moved to Spokane, where she chose to pursue a career that allows her to help others get through the trenches of addiction. She has worked in the Substance Use Disorder field since 2014.
In her personal recovery, Rebekah has gained self-respect, a strong relationship with God, and given birth to a daughter who has only known her clean. Rebekah has found meaning and purpose through helping others and witnessing their growth in recovery. “Today, I am proud to be a part of a team at Spokane Falls Recovery. This team believes in the mission of helping others in an understanding, caring, and compassionate way.”

Lacey Albin, SUDPT

Substance Use Disorder Professional Trainee

Lacey’s personal journey of recovery began in 2013. Facing the depths of addiction on her own, she chose to enter the Substance Use Disorder field to support others in finding their own path. Lacey brings a wealth of knowledge and life experience having lived in various locations across the US, including Hawaii and Georgia. Lacey now calls Spokane, WA her home. Through her travels she has worked with a myriad of individuals who suffer from substance use disorder and co-occurring mental health disorders.
Lacey has a strong passion for helping individuals develop strategies that will bring healing and recovery to their lives. Her values and beliefs are ones that can be easily found in the Spokane Falls Recovery Center’s mission statement and encompass integrity, faith and family.

Mariah Rock

Licensed Massage Therapist

Mariah knows firsthand that early recovery can be an overwhelming process. Since 2015, she has practiced clinical therapy techniques and helped thousands of patients through physical therapy and chiropractic care. She has spent numerous hours in and out of the clinic developing knowledge of the body through various techniques, including sports, Swedish, neuromuscular, myofascial, chair massage, trigger point work, deep tissue reflexology, relaxation, and hydrotherapy. She holds certification in Emotional Releases, PTSD, Anxiety and Client-Guided Massage. Her extensive training, coupled with her personal experiences with body work, have led her to believe that massage is a powerful tool for recovery & healing. Mariah sincerely believes in the power of massage to help individuals in early recovery to reconnect with their bodies and get back to life!

As always, if you or someone you know needs help or resources for addiction treatment, please feel free to call us at 800-301-7372 and we will do everything we can to get you pointed in the right direction.