Our Team

 Vice President of Recovery Advocacy and Programs

Heather Rodriguez is Vice President of Recovery Advocacy and Programs for Mental Health America of Indiana and Director of the Indiana Recovery Network. Heather is a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University with a bachelor and master’s degree in Social Work and is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Addiction Consultant (CADAC) II, and a Certified Addiction Peer Recovery Coach (CAPRC) II.

Heather has a passion for working with underserved and marginalized populations and loves working with organizations and individuals throughout the state of Indiana to develop and strengthen recovery ecosystems. Heather helped create and oversees the statewide Regional Recovery Hub program which consists of 21 organizations providing free peer recovery support services to all 92 Indiana counties.

Heather is a person in sustained recovery and believes that recovery supports are an integral part of an individual’s journey to overcome challenges associated with substance use and or mental health concerns and that individuals have the right to choose which pathway of recovery works best for them. Heather is a mother, and an avid Colts and Pacers fan. 

Deputy Director

Jodi Miller is a Certified Addictions Peer Recovery Coach Level II and a Certified Health & Wellness Coach with a Bachelor of Science degree from Ball State University. Her work experience includes Women’s Coordinator at Fairbanks Supportive Living Program where she completed her internship in Women’s Recovery Management. Jodi worked in the Boone County Department of Corrections After Care Women’s Program where she introduced her own wellness program teaching guided meditations and vision building. She has been active in service to women in Hamilton and Marion County Jail. Jodi serves on SAMHSA’s Recovery Community Services Program – Statewide Networks Advisory Board and DMHA’s Recovery Support Workgroup and Indiana’s Recovery Council. Jodi is a person in long term recovery dedicating her life to statewide advocacy and carrying the message of peace, love and hope for the recovery community.

Our Peer Support Team

Certified Addiction Peer Recovery Coach

Danielle is a person in long term recovery from substance use disorder, mental health issues, and the criminal justice system. Throughout her career she has found that her passion lies with the criminal justice population and has grown to love harm reduction and believe in it wholeheartedly. Danielle loves being able to be versatile in the approach she takes with those she works with based on what the person is wanting and needing for their own life.

Certified Addiction Peer Recovery Coach

John Lee is credentialed as a CAPRC II-FS/GS, CCHW, and is currently continuing his education in Addiction Studies through Ivy Tech Community College. As a person in long term recovery from Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder, John works to promote Recovery and advocates for others suffering from the same stigma-related issues he dealt with in his journey. His personal experiences are what motivate him and his work in the Recovery field. Relaying the message of “Hope, Success, and Light” at the end of the tunnel following a road of destruction & darkness is important to him. He enjoys music, sports, family, and using his spare time working on his sales business. He is an active member of the recovery community.