About Us

Message from the Chief Executive Officer

It is with great pleasure that I serve at McKinley Hall, where caring and qualified employees have chosen a career path that helps many to heal from the ravages of addiction.  McKinley Hall offers a full continuum of services to meet the many different needs of our clients. Customer satisfaction is our priority and we use outcomes to direct our services.  My vision is to see a community where individuals struggling with the disease are not stigmatized, but instead they are provided with the services they need to engage in a life of fulfillment where they can restore their relationships and become productive members of society. Please join us in this vision!

Sincerely,
Wendy H. Doolittle

Board of Directors

  • Gary Wade, President
  • Mike Trempe , Vice President
  • Udean Babyak, Secretary
  • Kristi Leeth, Treasurer
  • Nina Wiley
  • Mary Jo Darr
  • Heather Cunningham
  • Lisa Niles
  • Lt. Tom Zawada
  • Lehan Peters
  • Marcie Schaefer

McKinley Hall understands that addiction is a chronic disease of the brain with social, emotional, physical and behavioral consequences.  All major life areas are assessed as necessary.  While abstinence is the overall goal for all clients, we use state of the art medication assisted treatment, when necessary.  We tailor treatment to individual values. In order to build social supports outside of the treatment, 12-step and/or faith-based activities are strongly encouraged. McKinley Hall respects the value and particular needs of different genders and cultures.  We modify programs, services and length of stay to individual preferences.

Mission

McKinley Hall’s mission is to improve public health by helping people free themselves from chemical dependency.  Qualified and caring professionals provide a wide variety of drug and alcohol counseling services. We foster personal growth and responsibility and respect individual goals.

Vision

McKinley Hall Board and Staff are committed to service as agents of Recovery for our clients, their families and our community as a whole.

Goals

To uphold sobriety, integrity, commitment, respect, balance, cooperation, personal responsibility, accountability and diversity.
Dedication to developing the capacities of individuals and families to overcome the disease of Chemical Dependency through individualized state of the art, cost effective and gender and culturally-specific treatment services.
Strive continually to expand our competencies and utilize the best available new resources in the areas of therapeutic practice.
Recruit employees who represent  the best of the field of Chemical Dependency and encourage their personal and professional growth.