Eric L. Davis, PhD, LCSW, LCAC, ICAADC, MAC, ICGC-II, CADAC IV
Board President, Ethics Committee

Eric is co-founder and co-executive director of Life Recovery Center in Indianapolis. Additionally, he teaches as an adjunct professor for both the Indiana University School of Social Work at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and the Phylis Lan Lin Department of Social Work at the University of Indianapolis.


Curt Langhammer, BA, CADAC IV, LCAC
President-Elect, Chairman, Ethics Committee

Curt has been an active member of ICAADA since 1990. He has also served on the NAADAC Certification Board. Curt is the central region director of the Indiana Criminal Justice Association. Curt is the president of Addiction Counseling & Educational Services which provides outpatient addiction counseling. He is the director of Liberty Hall, a private, 300 bed, work release re-entry facility with contracts with the Indiana Department of Corrections and Marion County Community Corrections. Curt’s entire career has been helping people who suffer with addiction and those who are re-entering our communities after incarceration. He is an Indiana University graduate with a degree in Psychology.


Steve McCaffrey, JD
Board Treasurer

Steve earned his undergraduate degree from Purdue University and his doctor of jurisprudence from Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis, and has been with Mental Health America of Indiana since 1991. He is a recipient of the Webster-Kipfer Award for special achievement in public policy advocacy, a former vice chairman for Public Affairs and member of the board of directors of the National Mental Health Association, and former board member of the American Society of Mental Health Association Professionals. He has been named to the National Directory of “Who’s Who in Executives and Professionals” and by the Indiana Business Journal as a member of “Who’s Who in Indiana Health Care.” Steve has received gubernatorial appointments to the Indiana Mental Health Commission and the Medicaid Quality Advisory Committee. He currently serves as chair of the Division of Mental Health and Addiction Advisory Committee.


Brandon Andrews, CADAC II

Brandon Andrews has worked at Wheeler Mission since 2008.  He currently serves as the Director of the Men’s Residential Center, which is a 110-bed facility that helps the poor and marginalized find hope and restoration. Throughout his many years at Wheeler Mission Brandon has served in all different levels of the addiction recovery process.

Brandon has a deep passion to help those that are lost and broken from addiction find hope. According to Brandon, “being on the board of ICAADA gives me a chance to help promote recovery across the state of Indiana and beyond.” He has been credentialed as a CADAC 2 since 2010 and holds a degree in Leadership and Ministry. His favorite way to spend his time is enjoying the company of his amazing wife and their two children.


Anna Caldwell, PhD, LCSW, LCAC, CADAC III
Past President

Anna has been a substance abuse counselor for twenty years. She received her alcohol and drug certification in 1988. She has served on the ICAADA board off and on since the 1990s. Anna also has served on a number of boards as well as the president of the Hoosier Veterans Assistance Foundation in 2005 and 2006. She completed her masters at Indiana University in social work and her doctorate at Southern California University. She has been an employee of Volunteers of America of Indiana since 1984 and a member of their executive team for nine years.


Dennis R. Greene, LCAC, CADAC IV
Past President, Certification Committee

Denny Greene is a Licensed Clinical Addiction Counselor and a CADAC IV.  He has been certified by ICAADA since February 1977 and has served on the ICAADA Board of Directors, the ICAADA Certification Board and many other state and local boards. 

 ICAADA provided Denny the skills foundation and ethic posture for his clinical addiction counseling initially with the UAW-Chrysler Employee Assistance Program in Indianapolis in the 1970’s.

And he will forever be grateful for the mentorship of ICAADA.

Denny, also, has been the Executive Director/Clinical Addiction Counselor for Christian Counseling and Addiction Services, Inc. since 1980.

 Denny’s goals are for ICAADA to continue to provide the most prestigious and most ethical certification for our present and future members.  Denny is very grateful for ICAADA and prays that he may be a blessing to our organization. 


Gina Fears
Ethics Committee

Gina Fears, Assistant Director of Recovery/Community Services at PACE, and Quality of Life Neighborhood Engagement Director for the Indy East Promise Zone’s Martindale Brightwood has worked 24 years in the Indianapolis Human Service Field.  She has focused most of her work the areas of community development and re-vitalization and addictions treatment and recovery supports.

In 2009 she was trained by CCAR in the Peer Recovery Coaching model.  Since that time, she has advised and assisted in the development and sustainability of Peer Recovery Coaching education, services, Recovery Resource Center, POCCIT Harm Reduction Outreach to BIPOC Communities, and the inclusion of PACE as a member of the Indiana Recovery Hubs.  Gina has trained 100’s of Peer Recovery Coaches and IDOC therapeutic communities for ICAADA certification since 2009.  She has partnered in clinical research with Fairbanks, IUPUI School of Public Health and Wayne State University, studying the benefits of Peer Coaching with the reentry and underserved populations.  She is also a contributing author of several published journal articles concerning this work.  Gina’s formal education is as an educator with a focus on African American Studies.  Gina is certified as CAPRC II, CYT 200, and Y12R facilitator. 


Katharine K. Sadler, M.Ed., CPS
Certification Committee

Katharine K. Sadler, M.Ed., CPS is a Technical Assistance Specialist and Research Associate at Prevention Insights in the Department of Applied Health Science, Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington. She has extensive experience in successfully assessing and building community capacity, developing process and change strategies, and evaluating efforts through prevention technical assistance and coaching. She has worked at the federal, state, and local levels. Her background includes school counseling and teaching, as well as communications and social marketing.


Stephanie Anderson, LCSW
Ethics Committee

Stephanie L. Anderson, LCSW  is the Chief Executive Officer for the RCA at Indianapolis addiction treatment center. Stephanie holds bachelor’s degrees in both Criminal Justice and Ballet from Indiana University.  She received her Master of Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis, where she specialized in working with at-risk, delinquent youth and their families. Her work included a focus on the treatment of co-morbid mental health and addiction disorders.


Luke Mohr, MA
Board Secretary

Luke Mohr, MA, currently serves as the Regional Vice President for Acadia Healthcare CTC division.  His 18yrs of experience includes Psychiatric Hospital leadership, youth residential care, and multi-state Medication Assisted Treatment program oversight.  Luke holds a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy and a bachelor’s in psychology.


Christa Stalets, CAPRC II
Ethics Committee

Christa is the Regional Alumni Relations Coordinator for Recovery Centers of America in Indianapolis. She holds a CAPRCII certificate through ICAADA, and uses this education to help others struggling with substance abuse. Originally from Trenton, New Jersey, Christa has resided in Indiana for over 10 years and has a previous career in Criminal Justice working for various departments within. 

Christa has since fueled her passion for justice to help those who feel “helpless” understand that a life of recovery from addiction is possible, since she is in long-term recovery from substance abuse herself. 

Christa believes in encouraging those who are in recovery from addiction to use their experience to help others. She hopes through serving on the board, to help further promote others to obtain the education and training that ICAADA provides.