Diana Williams MSW, LCSW has 30 years of experience working in the field substance abuse and mental health. She is currently the Clinical Director for RCA-Indy. Her previous work includes: Project Director of the Center for Behavioral Health for Altarum, a consulting firm in Washington, DC. She was the Behavioral Health Deputy Director at the Office of Mental Health and Addiction Policy and Planning, Department for the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction where she was the Single State Authority. She also has experience in the Criminal Justice system where she was the Program Director for the Indiana Department of Corrections and implemented substance abuse and skill building programs throughout the 32 prisons in the state. She spent 10 years as an associate professor at Indiana University teaching graduate Social Work students about Substance Use Disorders and Recovery while working full time as the Clinical Director at Tara Treatment Center in Franklin, IN. In her career Diana has dedicated her time to raising the awareness of the benefits of recovery from addiction, developing programs for substance abuse clients and been an advocate of integration of systems for the better health and well- being of all people. She is a mentor for many young people who are interested in working in the field of recovery and has been a long time recovery ally and champion.