Meet the Team

Kelly Keys

Kelly Keys CARES, CPS-AD, CAMSI, FPM, MRT Specialist, CIT Trainer


Director


My name is Kelly Keys, and I am proud to say that I am a person in long-term recovery. For me, this means that I have been sober since December 5th, 2019, and have not taken any mind-altering substances since that time. After struggling with substance use disorder for 24 years, multiple unsuccessful attempts at sobriety, and losing everything from my children to my home, my job, and even surviving an overdose, I finally found salvation in recovery. With the help of Family Treatment Court, I regained custody of my children and repaired broken relationships. I graduated from the CARES Academy to become a Peer Support Specialist in Addictive Diseases, a Forensic Peer Mentor, an Anger Management Specialist, a Moral Reconation Therapist, as well as a CIT trainer of trainers. This has brought me immense joy in helping others with similar struggles. Recovery has taught me that anything is achievable, and I am now the Director at Your Haven, The Place of Recovery. I speak openly about my journey, turning my disease and past hardships into the stepping stones towards becoming the accomplished, successful person I am today. 

My favorite quote is:

“My recovery must come first so that everything I love in life doesn’t have to come last again.” 

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Alisha Beck CARES, CPS-AD


Assistant Director

My name is Alisha Beck, and I am a woman in long-term recovery. After being bound by alcohol and drugs for sixteen years, January 21, 2018, something significant happened. I found myself on my hands and knees in the county jail. From that moment, my journey towards recovery began. I broke free from the chains that once held me so tightly. With the aid of God, I was able to take the broken pieces of my life and transform them into something beautiful. I am now proud to be an amazing mother, an awesome wife, a trustworthy daughter, and a supportive friend. Not only am I employable, but I am also the Assistant Director of Your Haven. Through the music I compose, inspired by my personal experiences, I have become a source of inspiration for others. I strive to show kindness and love to everyone, empowering individuals.  It has been my prayer to work at Your Haven since the very beginning. Today, I am living out those prayers. The ability to recover is within everyone’s reach when they have the right support. 

The Bible verse Proverbs 3:5 has been the driving force behind my recovery: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not upon your own understanding.”  

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Shea Holland-Ray CARES, CPS-AD

Peer Navigator

My name is Shea Holland-Ray and I'm proud to say that I am in long-term recovery. What this means for me is that I have not felt the need to use any mood or mind-altering substances for over three years. My journey toward recovery began just before I was incarcerated, and it became an even more significant part of my life after I lost my mother to cancer while behind bars. I made a promise to myself that I would stay on the path of recovery and make a positive impact by serving others in the community. The gifts of my recovery are endless today I am a better daughter, mother, grandmother, and friend. After my release from jail, I continued attending meetings at Your Haven and connected with other individuals who were also committed to recovery. It was through these connections that I became a CARES and started my journey of giving back to others.