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At Caring Services, we are dedicated to providing a holistic continuum of care to individuals who are ready to make a commitment to their recovery from substances. Our program provides the much-needed bridge between the devastation of addiction and successful return to family and society as a clean, sober, and productive community member. We believe that every individual deserves a chance to live a fulfilling life, and we work tirelessly to make that a reality.


Teresa Hinkle, LCSW, LCAS, CCS

Executive Director

Sarah Lewis Yow, LCSW, LCAS, CCS-I

Brian Brown, CADC

Veterans Case Manager

Clinical Director

Talia Brown, CADC

SAIOP Coordinator

Michele Francis

Billing Specialist

Caiden Haarvig, LCSWA

MOUD Program Coordinator

Brionna Harpe, LCSW, LCASA

Intake and Assessment Clinician

Emily Housley, LCSWA


John Kelly, CADC

DWI Service Provider

Sheila Lefler

Transportation Coordinator

Ashley Preece


Marlena Preece, LCSW, LCAS, CCS-I


Meet our Board Members

We could not do what we do without our dedicated board. THANK YOU! 

Board Member

 John W. Dombrosky

John W. Dombrosky is a seasoned executive dedicated to revolutionizing global agriculture for the betterment of humanity. As CEO of Oerth Bio, an agriculture biotechnology firm, he pioneers transformative technologies like the Attune Targeted Degradation platform, aimed at enhancing crop protection and environmental resilience while ensuring nutritious food production. With a rick background including leadership roles at AgTech Accelerator and Syngenta, John leverages his expertise in venture development, strategic planning, an mergers and acquisitions to shape the future of sustainable agriculture. He holds a Bachelor's in Financial Management from the University of St. Thomas and an MBA from the University of Notre Dame. Residing in North Carolina with his family, John remains committed to driving innovative solutions for a nourished and sustainable future. 


Board Member

Sheryl Hirsh

Sheryl has been on the CSI Board for almost 1 year and hopes to bring her expertise in educating people about addiction and the dangers of opioids to the Guilford County area. She looks forward to getting to know the CSI community and its residents better as well as celebrating their achievements with them.


Sheryl moved to High Point, NC from Cleveland, Ohio a little over 2 years ago. She is retired from over 30 years of office management in the non-profit sector. After losing her daughter, Melissa in May of 2013 to an accidental heroin overdose, Sheryl took on the role of community advocate to create change around treatment of those suffering with substance use disorders. In Cleveland she coordinated educational programming about the growing Opioid Epidemic for both professionals and the greater Cleveland community. She also served on several committees on the local, state and federal levels. She spoke about her story of loss throughout the area, including teaching a workshop to Ohio law enforcement and local Cleveland officers on "The Human Side of Addiction."

Board Member

Linda White

Her work has been translated into over 1,000 government employees and has appeared in two major Federal Government Agencies expanding over 34 years.  She's a graduate of Department Of Homeland Security, American Leadership Institute Managment Development Program.  


In her current role, she serves as a Multi Team Leader for H&R Block, the largest consumer tax service provider that has focused on client services for over 60 years.  In this role, she leads three offices in Greensboro, NC responsible for leading tax professionals serve clients with diverse tax needs.  


Before joining H&R Block in August 2019, she served as the Assistant Federal Security Director for Department of Homeland Security, Transportation Security Administration, Raliegh-Durham International Airport.  In this role, she served in a high-stakes environment to safeguard the American traveling public in cities directly in Eastern, NC and across the country.  She

secured airports, railroads, highways, and public transit sytems protecting America's transportation infrastructure and ensuring freedom of movement for people and commerce.


While at Department of Justice, Drug Enforcement Administration in Washington, DC, she served as the Administrative Officer from 1984-2002.  She performed the adminsitrative and human resource management functions relative to the staff supervised.  She led a group that were trained and fully complied with the provisions of EEO, safety regulations, budget acquisitions and expenditure, human resource, fleet management, administrative processes and drug and evidence storage.  She also development policy and procedure for an effective administrative operation within the Washington District and approximately seven satelite offices throughout Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia.


She was invited and trained to serve as a Volunteer Guardian ad Litem for Guilford County Courts in High Point, NC.  She was appointed by a district court judge to investigate and determine the needs of abused and neglected children petitioned into the court system by the Department of Social Services.  


In her semi-retirement, she has established herself as a mentor and influencer.  She is happiest with her two sons, helping others who struggle with addiction in memory of her brother and love for the sport of pickleball.


Our Volunteers

Caring Services, Inc. has a unique and passionate network of volunteers who have been integral in the development of our program. Want to Volunteer?

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