107 E. Magnesium Rd.
Spokane, WA 99208
The construction for our detox and residential facility at
Spokane Falls Recovery Center is underway!
Our leadership team is hard at work with all of the details
and we look forward to providing updates every step of the way.
We are excited to introduce our Medical Director next month
along with many new additions to our team!
More Details to Follow in April Newsletter
Shane Clark is originally from Kennewick, WA. He moved to the Spokane area when he was 19 and discovered a passion for food and cooking. He has worked as a chef in the Inland Northwest since 2008. Along his journey, his rising achievements have included cooking at local culinary events such as Coeur d’ Alene’s Mac n Cheese festival, March of Dimes, and Crave Northwest.
Growing up, Shane’s older relatives struggled with addiction. He was able to see up close the effects that addiction has on individuals and families. He also personally struggled with addiction, and he has chosen to lead a life of recovery that includes a focus on healthy living, healthy eating and exercise.
As Head Chef at Spokane Falls Recovery Center, he brings that same philosophy to his craft. Shane considers it an honor to be part of a team that serves individuals who are recovering from addiction.
Isabella Bianchi, SUDPT
Substance Use Disorder Professional Trainee
Isabella is originally from Buckley, WA. She moved to Spokane in 2016 to complete her Bachelor’s degree in Addiction Studies at Eastern Washington University. Isabella is thrilled to work alongside a team that shares her goals & values. She chose this career after witnessing others in her life fall through the cracks of addiction. Her professional calling is one of hope, to reach out her hand with compassion and integrity toward those struggling with addiction.
Isabella finds joy and purpose in teaching the steps that lead out of darkness into a new healthy lifestyle. Her belief in the recovery process echoes the Spokane Falls Recovery Center motto: “Your Victory Begins Here – Rise Again and Overcome!”
Cameron Willette brings several years of experience, leadership & team-building to his position of Maintenance Technician. He is a vital piece of the daily operations at Spokane Falls Recovery Center. He developed a strong work ethic while working at a foundry for over 10 years, and he brings that same drive & dedication to this team.
Cameron has experienced addiction in his family, and he fully supports & believes in the process of recovery. He is a proud father who enjoys mountain biking, fishing, and spending quality time with his family.