Joey McComas is the Executive Director of the Recovery Group of Southern West Virginia, Inc. He served as Acting Director of New Beginnings Home for Men for four months prior to becoming the Executive Director in May 2016. He began working with the group as a volunteer. For over twenty years, he has had extensive volunteer experience in faith-based services and facilitating personal finance courses in the community. Mr. McComas has experience in Engineering Design/Permitting/Surveying and was trained as a Recovery Coach through Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery (CCAR). As the Executive Director, Joey reports to the Board of Directors. He is responsible for the oversight, operations, and reporting functions of the organization. The Community Engagement Specialist and staff from the New Beginnings Home for Men report to him directly.
Lisa Sigmon is a Registered Nurse who currently works as the Community Engagement Specialist (CES) for the Recovery Group of Southern West Virginia, Inc. She also works at Logan Regional Medical Center as the House Supervisor. As the Community Engagement Specialist, she connects the organization to the state and community to assist with fundraising and program awareness. She helps to coordinate client appointments, referrals and needs. Lisa schedules the staff of the Marjorie Oakley Home for Women and supervises some of the staff. Ms. Sigmon has eighteen years volunteer experience in the community with 2 ½ years working with the Recovery Group prior to becoming the CES in April 2016.
Christopher Baker began working for the New Beginnings Home for Men as a Recovery Coach in October 2018. He completed his Recovery Coach Academy training through CCAR, has completed the training for Peer Recovery Support Specialist, and is pursuing Credentialing through West Virginia Certification Board for Addiction and Prevention Professionals (WVCBAPP). Mr. Baker has training in crisis intervention, motivational interviewing and case management techniques. He has also completed Drivers Alert Training. He has worked as a General Laborer and Correctional /Field Training Officer.
Christy Baker began working for the Marjorie Oakley Home for Women as a Night Tech in June 2018. She transitioned in February 2020 to the position of Recovery Coach where she facilitates meetings on recovery dynamics, assists with basic needs, provides transportation and supervises residents. She completed her Recovery Coach Academy training through CCAR, has completed the training for Peer Recovery Support Specialist, and is pursuing Credentialing through West Virginia Certification Board for Addiction and Prevention Professionals (WVCBAPP).
Verna Hill, Evening/Overnight Tech
Susan Walker, Evening/Overnight Tech
Kelli Lacy, Recovery Coach/Driver
Jeremy Ball, Overnight Tech
George Kirk, Overnight Tech
Ricky Broughton, Recovery Coach/Driver