We have a responsibility as family members, friends, employers, colleagues, physicians, educators, religious leaders and neighbors, to reach out to help those struggling with addiction and lead them back to substance abuse-free lives. The earlier we reach them, the greater our likelihood of success. We believe in recovery, we believe in the power of connection and support and we believe we can make a difference.
We provide education, answers, guidance and assistance. ePrevention is here to be your resource whether you need help understanding addiction, returning to a sober life, learning about treatment options and/or seeking treatment, or reaching out to a loved one who is struggling.
Mark has a background in technology in both software and hardware. Starting in semi-conductors and board level peripherals he then built a company that supplied DC adapters that pioneered using powered laptops in-flight that brought together IFE vendors, Delta and United Airlines and his company Xtend. He entered the Behavioral Healthcare industry in 2011 in a quest to develop technology solutions to addiction utilizing prevention methods to develop early intervention and recovery management tools with the intention to positively affect outcomes.
Mike is a senior technology executive who has successfully built winning teams for startups and Fortune 500 companies alike. He has experience in system architecture, strategic technology planning, organizational development, customer service, and software product development. He holds seven U.S. Patents in cellular architecture and data transfer methods for healthcare information systems and real-time, remote patient monitoring. Mike was VP of R&D at VitalCom Inc. a leader in providing networks that acquire, interpret and distribute real-time healthcare information. That company was acquired by GE Medical after a successful IPO.
A senior healthcare and non-profit executive and director since 2002, Richard has experience across multiple domains, including mental health services, substance use disorder treatment, and recovery support services. He has led various human service programs and directed administrative functions in a variety of behavioral healthcare settings ranging from inpatient drug and alcohol services to community based mental health programs. Richard is a Certified Addiction Counselor, Certified Clinical Supervisor, Co-Occurring Disorder Professional, NAADAC DOT Substance Abuse Professional, Certified ARISE Interventionist, Certified Employee Assistance Professional and Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist.
Dr. Kaplan is a senior ranking Emergency Department Physician and part of the management team at Mission-St. Joseph in Mission Viejo, CA. He has witnessed the dramatic increase in opiate overdoses firsthand. He speaks at local schools to provide prevention education and has a passion for supporting the youth population that has been greatly affected by the increase of drug use in the local community. He serves in an advisory capacity and contributes to business development at the company.
Rial studied Pre-Law at the University of the Pacific and earned his MBA from the Graziadio School of Business & Management at Pepperdine University. He currently works for a financial institution as a private wealth advisor.
Todd is a highly skilled graphic designer specializing in front-end web design and marketing communications. He has experience in branding, web applications and UI design for many small to medium-sized companies and startups.
Tiffany has a diverse career in Behavioral Healthcare, having worked for CRC Health Group as a content writer and editor. She managed marketing activities, content development with an eye towards detailed metric management. Her experience also kept her engaged in website development, client acquisition activities, print media and SEO. She worked in the criminal justice system as a field work penalty phase investigator and surveillance advisor. She also performed case management work in this role. Tiffany has a passion for Behavioral Healthcare and engages in marketing that helps clients find solutions to pressing questions relating to addiction.
We have a responsibility as family members, friends, employers, colleagues, physicians, educators, religious leaders and neighbors—to reach out to help those suffering with this disease and lead them back to substance abuse-free lives. The earlier we reach them, the greater our likelihood of success.