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Get to Know Us

No one decides to become an addict. There are normally very complex and deeply personal reasons for falling prey to such a debilitating disorder. At Southwest Chemical Dependency we see addiction as a symptom of a larger illness, almost as an attempt to self medicate and keep that illness at bay. Here, our philosophy is different. We believe that treating an addiction is only part of the healing process. We look to rehabilitate the whole, or at least identify where the greater problem lies.

At our treatment facilities, we use our own unique program and practice in a safe and warm environment of mutual understanding. We aim to give you control of your life back, help you reconcile with your past and empower you to embrace the future.

Meet Our Staff

The People Who Care

This is the team that will get your life back on track and guide you through the recovery process. Our staff of experts have gone through rigorous program specific trainings, state licensure requirements, and keep up with Evidenced Based Treatment education in order to provide you with the support you need. We’ll be here for you and your loved ones, helping you recover and become the person you know you can be.

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Jean E McCauley, CEO, LAC

Chief Executive Officer, Program Director, Licensed Addiction Counselor

Jeanie began working at SWCDP in March of 1984 as a Licensed Addiction Counselor after ten years with SWCDP she became the Program Director in 1994. After seeing a need in the community of Livingston she started the Recovery House Program in 2003. Throughout her career she has touched thousands of lives and above all else believes in recovery from addiction and is proof herself that recovery is possible, having 43 continuous years of sobriety from alcohol.


Granville Boone, COO, CBHPSS

Chief Operating Officer, Recovery house manager, ACT instructor

Granville began working at SWCDP in November of 2019, after going through the Recovery House treatment program and successfully completing, he stayed with Southwest and became a valuable member of our team. Granville among many other members of our team knows how hard overcoming addiction can be and through his own story has gained insight and tools to share and help others.


Jolene Rose, MS, LAC

Licensed Addiction Counselor, ACT instructor (Dillion & Ennis)

Jolene started with SWCDP in April 2013, she is passionate about recovery, and having fifteen years of sobriety she knows what it takes to maintain a lifestyle of recovery. Jolene received Masters degrees in psychology and addictions studies counseling from G.C.U and a Bachelors degree in Human Services from University of Pheonix. Jolene is a integral part of our program running our offices in Dillion and Ennis Mt.


Jeff Woods, CBHPSS

Certified Behavioral Health Peer Support Specialist

Jeff started working for SWCDP in October 1999, as a full time Peer Support Specialist Jeff knows there are many pathways to recovery, and he is an outstanding advocate and member for community-based self-help groups with 16 years of sobriety Jeff has the knowledge, tools and support to help anyone starting their recovery journey.


Cheryl Hayes

Administrative assistant/Data coordinator/Medical billing

Cheryl has been with SWCDP since August of 2005, with her administrative and medical billing knowledge and support she is an integral part of our offices and vital to the business portion of SWCDP.


Justen Schaak, LAC, SWLC,

Licensed Addiction Counselor, Social Work Licensing Canidate

Justen started with SWCDP January 2021, Justen received his bachelor's degree in psychology from MSU Bozeman and his Masters from Simmons School of Social Work. Justen is passionate about help individuals maintain a lifestyle of recovery and reach their full potential.


Cheyann Calendrillo, MS, LAC, PCLC

Licensed Addiction Counselor, Professional Counselor Licensing Candidate

Cheyann is one of our newest counselors starting with SWCDP in October2021, she has received her bachelor's in psychology, bachelor's in Addiction studies and bachelor's in criminal justice from University of Providence where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. She then went on to receive her master's in psychology from Capella University and is currently working towards her Doctor of Psychology in clinical psychology from Capella University as well. Cheyann is passionate about helping individuals recover from addiction and helping them to reach their full potential.


Michele Wolfe

Administrative Assistant (Dillion & Ennis)

Michele has been with SWCDP since August 2017, with her administrative knowledge and support she is an integral part of our Dillion and Ennis offices.

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