Recovery Defined
Building Relationships And Results

About Recovery Defined

The Team


Co-Founder and CEO

Nick Weber, M.S.

As Co-Founder and CEO of Recovery Defined, L.L.C., Nick Weber has direct insight into growing a large-scale behavioral health organization in a fiscally responsible manner. When founding Recovery Defined, one of Nick’s primary goals was to answer the needs of the populations served. He is passionate about creating a meaningful culture for his staff and clients while also building an efficient business with the flexibility to best serve those and the community in need.

Prior to Recovery Defined, Nick Weber was the Director of Human Resources at Woodhaven, a large substance use disorder residential care facility. There, he primarily focused on the employee experience while advising the Executive Director on all human resources concerns and employee integrity and legal matters. 

A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Nick is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University, where he earned a Master of Science Degree in Executive Leadership and Organizational Change. He also received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Kent State University.



Co-Founder and COO

Dan Reffitt

[Full bio coming soon]



Co-Founder and CCO

Todd Wilson, M.S.

[Full bio coming soon]



Executive Director Adult Programs

Teri Rust, M.S., LPCC-S, LSW, LICDC-CS

Teri L. Rust received her Master’s in Mental Health Counseling and is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor - Supervisor, a Licensed Social Worker and a Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor - Supervisor.

Teri began her career in the Substance Use and Mental Health field over 30 years ago as a primary counselor, where she realized that she could make a positive impact on the lives of others as well as in the communities she served.

She has experience in treating children, adolescents and adults with experience in the fields of mental health, substance use disorder and sex offender treatment as well as trauma.

She is a certified trainer and has presented at conferences on a local, state and national level sharing her expertise with others in her fields of practice.

This experience, along with her commitment to providing the highest level of treatment care, has driven Teri to participate and lead in the creation of programs based on evidence-based practices to serve the communities and clients where ever she has served.

As Executive Director of Recovery Defined, her focus includes designing and enhancing the programs offered by the agency and maintaining a well-trained and exceptional staff, overseeing regulatory compliance, providing strategic leadership and demonstrating outstanding service to its clients and staff.



Primary Counselor

Amy Hinshaw, M.A., LPC

Amy Hinshaw is a Licensed Professional Counselor practicing at Recovery Defined since August, 2018. Amy received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Lenoir-Rhyne University. Amy then completed her Master of Arts in clinical mental health counseling at Liberty University, graduating with High Distinction. Prior to joining the clinical team at Recovery Defined, Amy’s experience included working with adults battling the disease of addiction, anxiety, trauma, and mood disorders. Amy’s theoretical orientation is eclectic and includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and Person-centered approaches to therapy. Amy has a great passion to bring healing to people who have been through trauma, addiction, or stressful experiences and assist the client in creating a life of hope and happiness.



Case Manager

Autumn R., CDCA

Autumn joined Recovery Defined in August of 2017 as a Case Manager. She has three-plus years in the field of substance use and addiction services. Autumn has a Bachelor of Science degree received from the University of the Cumberland’s along with her holding a Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant certification with the State of Ohio. Daily, she puts her whole heart into what she does and treats each client with the utmost compassion and respect.

As a Chemical Dependency Counselor, Autumn meets clients on a one on one basis to assist them with individualized need such as linking them with community resources, finding safe and supportive housing, and applying for financial benefits. Autumn believes it is imperative to show each client that there is hope and tools they can use to improve their overall quality of life; the first step is to seek assistance.



Primary Counselor

Brenda Solis, A.A., LCDC II

Brenda Solis is an Ohio Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor. She attended Sinclair Community College where she received an Associate degree in Chemical Dependency and Mental Health. Brenda practices at Recovery Defined locations in Montgomery County and has been with Recovery Defined for a year following experiences and several years of counseling at another highly regarded treatment center in Dayton Ohio. Brenda focuses on treating adults battling the disease of addiction. Brenda has been involved in recovery since age 27 and her passion is to help people overcome their current challenges to achieve a better quality of life through abstinence. In addition to leading weekly groups, Brenda works with client on an individual basis to learn behavior modification thought stopping and replacement and having the ability to control anger and negative behaviors, recognizing the unique needs of each individual she meets.



Primary Counselor

Nadine Cambridge, A.A., LCDC II

Nadine has worked as a counselor with Recovery Defined since September of 2017. Nadine has worked in human services positions since 2007 and has practiced in various roles and settings in the field of addiction since 2010. Her experience includes roles in residential, outpatient, and community based settings providing direct care, case management, and counseling to clients across Southern Ohio. She studied at Ohio University and earned an Associate in Arts with a concentration in Social Sciences. While in college, she completed classes in topics such as psychology, social work, and sociology and received training in child welfare and leadership. She is a licensed chemical dependency counselor (LCDC II) in the state of Ohio. Nadine prides herself on gaining knowledge to continuously improve the care she gives to her clients. To do so, she has continued her education by receiving additional training in therapeutic modalities including motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral therapy.

Nadine moved to Dayton, Ohio in 2015, from Athens, Ohio where she was born and raised. She is proud to have made Dayton her home. In her free time, she enjoys traveling as well painting, home decorating, and other creative pursuits.