MEET OUR TEAM

Our dedicated team of professionals are here to help you in your recovery journey.

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Use Disorder specialty, and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Sarah has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development. Sarah has 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of behavioral health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and Medication-Assisted Treatment.

 

Sarah uses an eclectic, person-centered approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and DBT skills. Sarah finds it very rewarding to support patients in setting and achieving personal goals.

 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, DIY home projects, and outdoor adventures with her husband and dog.

Dr. Croft is a board-certified Emergency Physician with additional training and expertise in treating addiction disorders. He has started MAT protocols in Emergency Departments and helped to educate other physicians on the importance of connecting addiction patients to community-based resources.

 

He is a co-founder of Monarch Addiction Clinics and is dedicated to providing all necessary treatment modalities in one convenient location.  He believes that the best patient outcomes occur with a collaborative and client-centered approach.

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DR. MICHAEL REPPLINGER

Administrative Physician

Dr. Repplinger is a Wisconsin native, growing up in the Milwaukee suburbs and moving to the Madison area for his medical training, where he has been for almost 20 years. As a board-certified emergency physician, he has witnessed firsthand how our current healthcare system has failed patients suffering from addiction. For the past 4 years, he has dedicated significant effort to learning as much as possible about the optimal care for addiction disorders, especially opioid and alcohol use disorders. As one of three physicians at Monarch Health, Dr. Repplinger has helped to create a treatment program that thinks outside of the typical “medical mindset,” providing a well-rounded and patient-centered approach to the recovery process. He also takes this philosophy outside of the clinic walls, advocating for patients at the state-level (legislature, governor’s office, and state medical societies), aiming to improve the quality of care provided to patients with mental health and substance abuse needs.

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Use Disorder specialty, and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Sarah has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development. Sarah has 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of behavioral health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and Medication-Assisted Treatment.

 

Sarah uses an eclectic, person-centered approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and DBT skills. Sarah finds it very rewarding to support patients in setting and achieving personal goals.

 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, DIY home projects, and outdoor adventures with her husband and dog.

Dr. Croft is a board-certified Emergency Physician with additional training and expertise in treating addiction disorders. He has started MAT protocols in Emergency Departments and helped to educate other physicians on the importance of connecting addiction patients to community-based resources.

 

He is a co-founder of Monarch Addiction Clinics and is dedicated to providing all necessary treatment modalities in one convenient location.  He believes that the best patient outcomes occur with a collaborative and client-centered approach.

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DR. HOWARD CROFT

Medical Director

Dr. Croft is a board-certified Emergency Physician with additional training and expertise in treating addiction disorders. He has started MAT protocols in Emergency Departments and helped to educate other physicians on the importance of connecting addiction patients to community-based resources.

 

He is a co-founder of Monarch Addiction Clinics and is dedicated to providing all necessary treatment modalities in one convenient location.  He believes that the best patient outcomes occur with a collaborative and client-centered approach.

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Use Disorder specialty, and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Sarah has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development. Sarah has 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of behavioral health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and Medication-Assisted Treatment.

 

Sarah uses an eclectic, person-centered approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and DBT skills. Sarah finds it very rewarding to support patients in setting and achieving personal goals.

 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, DIY home projects, and outdoor adventures with her husband and dog.

Dr. Croft is a board-certified Emergency Physician with additional training and expertise in treating addiction disorders. He has started MAT protocols in Emergency Departments and helped to educate other physicians on the importance of connecting addiction patients to community-based resources.

 

He is a co-founder of Monarch Addiction Clinics and is dedicated to providing all necessary treatment modalities in one convenient location.  He believes that the best patient outcomes occur with a collaborative and client-centered approach.

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MARTA COOPER, APNP

Nurse Practitioner

Marta received her Master of Science in Nursing-Family Nurse Practitioner degree in 2018 and is board-certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). She is MAT-certified, has received her X-waiver and has completed multiple trainings related to addiction medicine.

 

Marta began her nursing career eight years ago while working as a registered nurse in a high-risk labor and delivery unit. It was during this time that she pursued her masters degree and found her passion for addiction medicine. Since becoming a nurse practitioner, Marta has practiced addiction medicine in both the Milwaukee and the Madison areas and is honored to continue pursuing her passion at Monarch Health. 

 

Marta believes in building a relationship of mutual trust and partnership with her patients. She enjoys providing patient education, making certain that her patients are well informed when making decisions about their recovery and encouraging them to be an active participant in their health care. She believes that addiction medicine specialists must treat the patient as a whole, which requires an approach that combines both medicine and behavioral health. Marta believes that working on the frontlines of the current opioid epidemic and the overall war on addiction is one of the most important jobs in the world today.

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Use Disorder specialty, and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Sarah has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development. Sarah has 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of behavioral health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and Medication-Assisted Treatment.

 

Sarah uses an eclectic, person-centered approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and DBT skills. Sarah finds it very rewarding to support patients in setting and achieving personal goals.

 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, DIY home projects, and outdoor adventures with her husband and dog.

Dr. Croft is a board-certified Emergency Physician with additional training and expertise in treating addiction disorders. He has started MAT protocols in Emergency Departments and helped to educate other physicians on the importance of connecting addiction patients to community-based resources.

 

He is a co-founder of Monarch Addiction Clinics and is dedicated to providing all necessary treatment modalities in one convenient location.  He believes that the best patient outcomes occur with a collaborative and client-centered approach.

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DR. JACQUELINE LANDESS

Psychiatrist

Dr. Landess has specialized training in both forensic and general psychiatry. She has experience treating patients in outpatient, inpatient, correctional, and other forensic settings. She treats a range of psychiatric disorders including post-traumatic stress, anxiety, co-occurring substance use disorders, mood and psychotic illnesses. Her treatment approach combines psychotherapy, psychopharmacology, and other modalities with a focus on identifying and bolstering the person's resilience, strengths, purpose, meaning and values in order to promote mastery of their unique life stressors, improve self-esteem, and increase their ability to build lasting, satisfying relationships with others.

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Use Disorder specialty, and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Sarah has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development. Sarah has 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of behavioral health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and Medication-Assisted Treatment.

 

Sarah uses an eclectic, person-centered approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and DBT skills. Sarah finds it very rewarding to support patients in setting and achieving personal goals.

 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, DIY home projects, and outdoor adventures with her husband and dog.

Dr. Croft is a board-certified Emergency Physician with additional training and expertise in treating addiction disorders. He has started MAT protocols in Emergency Departments and helped to educate other physicians on the importance of connecting addiction patients to community-based resources.

 

He is a co-founder of Monarch Addiction Clinics and is dedicated to providing all necessary treatment modalities in one convenient location.  He believes that the best patient outcomes occur with a collaborative and client-centered approach.

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CRAIG SCHLAGEL

Assistant Clinic Manager

Craig has a BA in Theatre Arts with an emphasis in costume design and construction as well as a current Aesthetics license from the State of Wisconsin. His primary background has been retail and salon management and is very excited about the opportunity to expand his knowledge and expertise in the world of medicine. Outside of the clinic, Craig enjoys spending time with friends and family, creating clothing and costumes, and performing as a drag artist throughout Wisconsin. 

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Use Disorder specialty, and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Sarah has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development. Sarah has 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of behavioral health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and Medication-Assisted Treatment.

 

Sarah uses an eclectic, person-centered approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and DBT skills. Sarah finds it very rewarding to support patients in setting and achieving personal goals.

 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, DIY home projects, and outdoor adventures with her husband and dog.

Dr. Croft is a board-certified Emergency Physician with additional training and expertise in treating addiction disorders. He has started MAT protocols in Emergency Departments and helped to educate other physicians on the importance of connecting addiction patients to community-based resources.

 

He is a co-founder of Monarch Addiction Clinics and is dedicated to providing all necessary treatment modalities in one convenient location.  He believes that the best patient outcomes occur with a collaborative and client-centered approach.

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MADISON SIMPSON, RN

Registered Nurse

Madi is a registered nurse who has been working in addiction medicine for the past 2 years. She graduated with her nursing degree in 2018 from Rasmussen College. Madi has continually had a passion for working with the vulnerable and underserved populations and is honored to be able to continue to do so with Monarch. At the clinic you will find her as one of the liaisons between our patients and the array of providers that Monarch Health offers. In her spare time Madi enjoys traveling, spending time with family, and hanging out with her dog, Maya.

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Use Disorder specialty, and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Sarah has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development. Sarah has 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of behavioral health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and Medication-Assisted Treatment.

 

Sarah uses an eclectic, person-centered approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and DBT skills. Sarah finds it very rewarding to support patients in setting and achieving personal goals.

 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, DIY home projects, and outdoor adventures with her husband and dog.

Dr. Croft is a board-certified Emergency Physician with additional training and expertise in treating addiction disorders. He has started MAT protocols in Emergency Departments and helped to educate other physicians on the importance of connecting addiction patients to community-based resources.

 

He is a co-founder of Monarch Addiction Clinics and is dedicated to providing all necessary treatment modalities in one convenient location.  He believes that the best patient outcomes occur with a collaborative and client-centered approach.

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TAYLOR K., RN

Registered Nurse

Taylor is a registered nurse who is passionate about helping and caring for vulnerable populations. She was born and raised in Wisconsin and received her Nursing degree from Winona State University in Winona, Minnesota prior to relocation to Madison. Within the clinic she is responsible for the first steps of medical staff interaction including facilitating lab testing and vitals for each of our patients, among many other duties! Outside of Monarch, she enjoys being outside, hiking and camping in National Parks with her family and puppy, Phoebe, who is a sassy three year old Corgi.

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Use Disorder specialty, and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Sarah has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development. Sarah has 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of behavioral health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and Medication-Assisted Treatment.

 

Sarah uses an eclectic, person-centered approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and DBT skills. Sarah finds it very rewarding to support patients in setting and achieving personal goals.

 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, DIY home projects, and outdoor adventures with her husband and dog.

Dr. Croft is a board-certified Emergency Physician with additional training and expertise in treating addiction disorders. He has started MAT protocols in Emergency Departments and helped to educate other physicians on the importance of connecting addiction patients to community-based resources.

 

He is a co-founder of Monarch Addiction Clinics and is dedicated to providing all necessary treatment modalities in one convenient location.  He believes that the best patient outcomes occur with a collaborative and client-centered approach.

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SARAH GLOMSKI

MS, NCC, LPC, SUD, ICS

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Use Disorder specialty, and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Sarah has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development. Sarah has 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of behavioral health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and Medication-Assisted Treatment.

 

Sarah uses an eclectic, person-centered approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and DBT skills. Sarah finds it very rewarding to support patients in setting and achieving personal goals.

 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, DIY home projects, and outdoor adventures with her husband and dog.

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Use Disorder specialty, and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Sarah has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development. Sarah has 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of behavioral health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and Medication-Assisted Treatment.

 

Sarah uses an eclectic, person-centered approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and DBT skills. Sarah finds it very rewarding to support patients in setting and achieving personal goals.

 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, DIY home projects, and outdoor adventures with her husband and dog.

Dr. Croft is a board-certified Emergency Physician with additional training and expertise in treating addiction disorders. He has started MAT protocols in Emergency Departments and helped to educate other physicians on the importance of connecting addiction patients to community-based resources.

 

He is a co-founder of Monarch Addiction Clinics and is dedicated to providing all necessary treatment modalities in one convenient location.  He believes that the best patient outcomes occur with a collaborative and client-centered approach.

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BROOKE VILLELLA

STUDENT COUNSELOR

Brooke is a Student Counselor here at Monarch. She is currently in a Master’s program for Clinical Rehabilitative Counseling and has a Bachelor’s degree in Rehabilitative Psychology. This education background leads to a greater understanding of disabilities and chronic health conditions.

 

Brooke has five years of suicide prevention experience, primarily within the military sector. She has had experience during internships thus far in the following settings: outpatient, community-based, and alternative sanctions care. Brooke uses an eclectic & person-centered approach but finds interest in Mindfulness and Narrative Therapy’s skills. She enjoys tackling mental health stigmas within the first-responder and military cultures. 

In her free time, Brooke enjoys cooking, baking, and exploring the outdoors with dog and partner.

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Use Disorder specialty, and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Sarah has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development. Sarah has 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of behavioral health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and Medication-Assisted Treatment.

 

Sarah uses an eclectic, person-centered approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and DBT skills. Sarah finds it very rewarding to support patients in setting and achieving personal goals.

 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, DIY home projects, and outdoor adventures with her husband and dog.

Dr. Croft is a board-certified Emergency Physician with additional training and expertise in treating addiction disorders. He has started MAT protocols in Emergency Departments and helped to educate other physicians on the importance of connecting addiction patients to community-based resources.

 

He is a co-founder of Monarch Addiction Clinics and is dedicated to providing all necessary treatment modalities in one convenient location.  He believes that the best patient outcomes occur with a collaborative and client-centered approach.

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SHANON SCHMIDTKNECHT, CSW

Clinic Manager

Shanon is a certified social worker and has experience and training working with a variety of populations including corrections, mental health, and community social work. She has a special interest and passion in working with patients from a diverse background seeking recovery and wellness. Shanon is excited at the opportunity to engage with patients at Monarch Health and assist them in their care both here at Monarch, as well as connecting them to all of the resources available in our community.

 

In working with patients, she focuses on their strengths and their goals, and uses humor to get through life's ups and downs. Shanon believes life is short – so eat the cake, buy the shoes, and live your best life! She is humbled and grateful for the opportunity to serve the patients of Monarch through their journey to recovery and beyond.

Shanon is a Wisconsin native and a huge Wisconsin sports fan! She is a lover of all things sunshine and water. She doesn't miss a single opportunity to be on the lake or with her family and friends around a campfire. 

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Use Disorder specialty, and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Sarah has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development. Sarah has 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of behavioral health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and Medication-Assisted Treatment.

 

Sarah uses an eclectic, person-centered approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and DBT skills. Sarah finds it very rewarding to support patients in setting and achieving personal goals.

 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, DIY home projects, and outdoor adventures with her husband and dog.

Dr. Croft is a board-certified Emergency Physician with additional training and expertise in treating addiction disorders. He has started MAT protocols in Emergency Departments and helped to educate other physicians on the importance of connecting addiction patients to community-based resources.

 

He is a co-founder of Monarch Addiction Clinics and is dedicated to providing all necessary treatment modalities in one convenient location.  He believes that the best patient outcomes occur with a collaborative and client-centered approach.

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SHARITA BROWN

Comprehensive Community Services | Service Facilitator

Sharita, a Michigan native, graduated with a Masters of Mental Health in Counseling from South University.

 

Sharita has worked within the CCS network for the past three years. Sharita believes happiness and smiling will increase a person’s quality of life. Sharita believes listening is the best way to get to know someone.

 

Sharita loves helping others which gives her life purpose. Sharita’s passion is helping other be the best "them" possible. Sharita understands the hardships of life and uses her past experiences to help motivate and care for others.

 

Sharita loves sports, cooking, traveling, and video games. Sharita also believes music is a helpful tool of self expression. 

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Use Disorder specialty, and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Sarah has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development. Sarah has 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of behavioral health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and Medication-Assisted Treatment.

 

Sarah uses an eclectic, person-centered approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and DBT skills. Sarah finds it very rewarding to support patients in setting and achieving personal goals.

 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, DIY home projects, and outdoor adventures with her husband and dog.

Dr. Croft is a board-certified Emergency Physician with additional training and expertise in treating addiction disorders. He has started MAT protocols in Emergency Departments and helped to educate other physicians on the importance of connecting addiction patients to community-based resources.

 

He is a co-founder of Monarch Addiction Clinics and is dedicated to providing all necessary treatment modalities in one convenient location.  He believes that the best patient outcomes occur with a collaborative and client-centered approach.

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Maggie Williams

Physician Assistant

Maggie received her Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is board-certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA). She has additional experience and training on a broad range of substance use disorder treatments, with a primary focus on treatment of opioid and alcohol use disorders. She has also completed specialized training to prescribe buprenorphine, one of the three medications approved by the FDA for the treatment of opioid use disorder.
 

Maggie’s approach to caring for her patients includes prevention, evaluation, and treatment modalities that address addiction as a complex but treatable disease that affects brain function. She believes that no single treatment approach is appropriate for everyone and actively works collaboratively with her patients to develop individualized treatment plans in order to best meet their own personal goals. Maggie is extremely passionate about harm reduction and patient education surrounding their substance use. She enjoys empowering patients by providing information, confidence and skills to improve self-management of care and recovery. Overall, she views recovery as a journey and is willing to meet her patients wherever they may be on their own individual paths.

 

Outside of the clinic, Maggie enjoys attending concerts and festivals, exploring and supporting small local artists and businesses, weightlifting, hiking, and spending time with her Goldendoodle, Lennon John."

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Use Disorder specialty, and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Sarah has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development. Sarah has 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of behavioral health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and Medication-Assisted Treatment.

 

Sarah uses an eclectic, person-centered approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and DBT skills. Sarah finds it very rewarding to support patients in setting and achieving personal goals.

 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, DIY home projects, and outdoor adventures with her husband and dog.

Dr. Croft is a board-certified Emergency Physician with additional training and expertise in treating addiction disorders. He has started MAT protocols in Emergency Departments and helped to educate other physicians on the importance of connecting addiction patients to community-based resources.

 

He is a co-founder of Monarch Addiction Clinics and is dedicated to providing all necessary treatment modalities in one convenient location.  He believes that the best patient outcomes occur with a collaborative and client-centered approach.

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Jess Seidel

FNP-BC

Jess received her Master of Science in Nursing degree in 2019, is licensed as a Family Nurse Practitioner and board-certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).  Jess has been a nurse for the last 11 years working with correctional health and dual-diagnosis mental health and substance use disorder patient populations.  She has completed several trainings in crisis intervention, as well as training on substance use disorders, and has received her licensure to prescribe medications for opioid use disorders.
 

Jess is very passionate about working with patients from vulnerable populations and being a guiding light for them. She believes that patients should be active participants in the care that they receive to help set them up for success as they begin and/or are continuing their road to recovery.  She believes in meeting patients where they are at and being there to assist them and guide them through their recovery journey.  She enjoys providing patients with education to help them better understand their disease and the different treatment options available to them.  She believes that treating both the mind and the body together through medications, behavioral therapy, and other approaches to support patient strengths and goals provides patients with the necessary tools to improve self-esteem, communication and life-long relationships.
 

In her time outside of Monarch, Jess enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, exploring the outdoors. She enjoys outdoor activities including playing tennis, kayaking, hiking and camping. 

Sarah is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Substance Use Disorder specialty, and is Board Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors. Sarah has a B.A. in Psychology and an M.S. in Counseling and Human Development. Sarah has 10 years of experience working in a wide variety of behavioral health settings, including outpatient, community-based, and Medication-Assisted Treatment.

 

Sarah uses an eclectic, person-centered approach, drawing from a variety of modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and DBT skills. Sarah finds it very rewarding to support patients in setting and achieving personal goals.

 

In her free time, Sarah enjoys running, DIY home projects, and outdoor adventures with her husband and dog.

Dr. Croft is a board-certified Emergency Physician with additional training and expertise in treating addiction disorders. He has started MAT protocols in Emergency Departments and helped to educate other physicians on the importance of connecting addiction patients to community-based resources.

 

He is a co-founder of Monarch Addiction Clinics and is dedicated to providing all necessary treatment modalities in one convenient location.  He believes that the best patient outcomes occur with a collaborative and client-centered approach.

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Teaghen Baley 

Medical Receptionist

I am a Certified Peer Support Specialist and Naloxone Administration Trainer that is currently working on getting my associates degree in human services and will then go on to get my SAC-IT through Madison College. I have experience working in shelters around Madison as a support specialist and case manager to the immunocompromised homeless population throughout the duration of COVID-19. I am very excited and honored to have the opportunity to begin my journey into assisting people through their recovery with Monarch Health. In my free time, I like to go hiking, spend time with my 1-year-old hound dog, and crafts like knitting and embroidery!