Having worked in the substance abuse treatment space since 2015, Matt has extensive experience in community outreach, admissions, and marketing for addiction recovery centers. At Wasatch Crest, Matt oversees the marketing department which includes business development, admissions, and alumni programming. Matt enjoys working with the team at Wasatch Crest, as well as supporting clients and their families through the treatment process. Matt is a die-hard Utah Jazz fan. His favorite hobbies are traveling and camping with his wife, and they visit Hawaii as often as possible.
Interim Admissions Director
As the Admissions Manager at Wasatch Crest, Sarah guides individuals and their loved ones through the admissions process. She provides details about Wasatch Crest’s treatment program, helps set up financial arrangements, facilitates assessments, and welcomes new clients to Wasatch Crest. Throughout the admissions process, Sarah works to instill hope in individuals seeking treatment and encourages them to be excited for the opportunity to recreate their lives in recovery.
Sarah has worked in the substance abuse treatment field for over three years, a year of which was spent working in the admissions niche. In long-term recovery, Sarah decided to dedicate her life to helping others achieve sobriety while she was in treatment. Sarah is certified in dialectical behavioral therapy. She is also currently working towards earning a master’s degree in social work.
Sarah is a Harry Potter fanatic and enjoys live music and singing. She has a dog, cat, and betta fish.
With over six years of sobriety, Jake understands the treatment process first-hand and enjoys being able to counsel clients from the very beginning of their journeys. Jake hails from Alabama. An avid shed hunter and fly fisherman, he’s embraced Utah’s mountain lifestyle but still maintains his Roll Tide attitude. Jake has three dogs named Bezoar, Rudy, and Lullabean, as well as a cat named Megatron. He also leads a tournament softball team.
Business Development Representative
By developing strong relationships with health care professionals and the community, Josh aims to be a resource for individuals struggling with addiction. Josh entered the recovery field after beating his own 16-year struggle with addiction and has worked on recovery outreach teams for over six years. He is passionate about giving others the same gift of recovery that he was given.
In his free time, Josh works with the nonprofit Let it Flow to help source clean water in Ethiopia, Haiti, Fiji, India, and the Philippines. Josh is a huge Star Wars fan and earned his Eagle Scout badge when he was 16 years old. Josh is married to the love of his life and has two beautiful children, who he considers his greatest accomplishments.
Business Development Representative
Steve began working in substance abuse treatment after overcoming his own battle with addiction. Dedicated to his recovery and passionate about helping others who are considering treatment, Steve is continually evolving his network of allied professionals and peers in recovery.
In the past three years, Steve has held positions as a recovery advocate, case manager and business development representative. He is passionate about supporting clients throughout their recovery journey, and works closely with them before, during, and after their treatment.
Steve is currently working towards a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Utah Valley University with the intention to pursue a graduate business degree. Born and raised in New York, Steve moved to Utah to attend treatment and decided to make Salt Lake City home. In his free time, he likes to fish and golf.
Becky facilitates our Wasatch Warriors alumni organization. She works closely with Wasatch Crest alumni, staying in touch with them, hosting alumni events, and planning alumni meetings. Becky has worked in the recovery field for over four years. She is proud to be part of a team that is invested in changing people's lives. She feels fortunate to be able to celebrate our Wasatch Warriors and watch them enjoy their lives again.
Becky and her husband are both in long term recovery and have five children together. They live in Heber Valley, Utah, and have an animal farm in their backyard. In true Wasatch Crest spirit, Becky enjoys sharing her own story of recovery to help inspire others to overcome addiction and enjoy the bliss of long-term recovery.