Our Team

​Danielle Wallace

Executive Director/MARJ/CRC

Danielle is a native of Mount Desert Island, Maine. She moved to Addison County in August of 2016. Danielle completed her bachelor’s degree in Mental Health and Human Services with an Addiction focus through the University of Maine at Augusta in August 2017. She participated in a two-semester senior internship with WomenSafe in Middlebury as a domestic and sexual violence advocate. She has her Master of Art in Restorative Justice through the Vermont Law School. She currently lives in Vergennes with her seven-year-old daughter. They continue to enjoy exploring the natural beauty that Vermont has to offer.

Roberta Enright

Training and Family Support Specialist/CRC/MHFA

Roberta Enright is a Vermont Certified Recovery Coach for individuals and families who are struggling with substance use disorders or addictive behavioral disorders. With her experience in the fields of healthcare, public service and education, she is well-versed in helping people through the change process. She is also a go-to for HR and training matters and enjoys taking on special projects around the office.

Outside the office, Roberta enjoys spending time with her family and working on creative home projects. She also enjoys getting her hands dirty in the garden and walking her dogs.

​Chip Mitiguy

RCED Supervisor/CRC

Chip Mitiguy is a Recovery Coach who brings plenty of lived experience to his role. He has worked in law, teaching, the winter sports industry, manufacturing and as a healthcare recruiter. A native of Burlington Vermont, Chip lived in the Rutland area for more than 35 years and moved to Middlebury almost 3 years ago. He is the proud father of five children and four (wonderful!) grandchildren. Chip fills his time with recovery-related activities, reading and his yellow lab Suki! He appreciates any opportunity to witness another’s path in recovery, however that appears.

Justin Bouchard

Data Specialist/CRC

Formerly living in Middlebury for five years and now living in New Hampshire working remotely, Justin Bouchard is the data specialist at Turning Point Center of Addison County. Justin identified Turning Point as a recovery home upon his arrival in Vermont, and began volunteering about a year and a half later. Valuing the culture of peer recovery, wishing to further his understanding of peer recovery work, and fulfill his desire to help others find recovery, Justin made the decision to move away from his career in carpentry and take a full-time position with Turning Point.

When not Recovery Coaching, getting new Recovery Coaches up to speed on our data system, providing tech support, or running his Open Door Group, you might find Justin spending time with his family, walking his dog, gaming, or on a pair of skates.

Krystal Turnbaugh

Administrative Coordinator/RC

As the Administrative Coordinator, Krystal’s role at TPCAC is to support the center with tasks such as creating flyers, managing our newsletter, doing outreach, and Recovery Coaching.

Krystal spent a number of years volunteering after graduating from Burlington High School before her personal life experiences led her to discover her passion for helping others seeking a life in recovery. She lives in Addison County with her family and holds a BA in nursing.

​Kelly O’Keefe


Kelly O’Keefe is a Recovery Coach, with strong ties to the Addison County community. In addition to working full time as a Medical Assistant for one of Addison County’s local MAT programs, Kelly is actively pursuing a Behavioral Science Degree at the Community College of Vermont. Kelly is well connected within the recovery network, as well as the various local resource programs.

When Kelly is not working, you will find her enjoying time with her family. She enjoys art, swimming, gardening, and cooking. Whether it be playing in the rain, or soaking up the sunshine, Kelly finds joy in all aspects of life, and has a passion to spread that insight to others.

Johny Widell


Johny has been actively involved in the Turning Point community since he moved to Vermont in 2018 to be a resident and novice priest at the Bread Loaf Mountain Zen Community in Cornwall. He co-facilitates the Mindful Recovery group at Turning Point and has substantial experience as a recovery coach. Along with his work at Turning Point, he is the program manager for a weekly community meal in Rutland and plays and sings original music several times a month at Project Independence.

Dane Wilson


Raised in Chicago, Dane Wilson is a student at Middlebury College and a recovery coach at our center. He originally became involved with the center through summer volunteering in 2021. After visiting the center and meeting our great staff and participants, he quickly went to the VRCA to obtain his coaching certification. With personal experience and academic investigation in SUD, he was eager to join our team and support the community.

Outside of his work at the center, he spends a lot of time exercising, studying, and cooking. Say hello to him if you see him shopping for avocados at the local Shaw’s!

Phoebe Barash


Phoebe Barash has been a resident of Addison County for most of the last 45 years. Professionally
Phoebe has served in the education community and as a mediator. Recovery from addiction has
touched Phoebe in many ways personally and professionally. She has seen firsthand the power of peer
to peer support and the power that has to give people hope and purpose. Phoebe has seen that a way
to give back to the recovery community in Addison County is to serve as a Recovery Coach and provide
hands on support for the important work being done right here in Addison County.

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