Josh Moy, Program Director/Owner:
Josh was born and raised in Baltimore County, MD. Josh’s experience in addiction began in his adolescence and took him through treatment centers, hospitals, and multiple incarcerations. Josh has experienced how the system fails those suffering from substance use disorders. In 2010, Josh surrendered to live a life in recovery and has made it his mission to help others who are impacted by addiction. Josh’s true passion is walking alongside men as they rebuild their lives and develop the tools to reintegrate into society. He understands the nature of addiction through lived experience and he understands the hard work required to become whole again.
In 2017, Josh opened The Nicholas House, a MCORR certified, long-term housing program for men in Baltimore City. Since opening, Josh has served dozens of men to reintegrate into society, mend broken relationships, and establish long-term connections in the recovery community. Josh works and volunteers with various treatment programs in Maryland and has developed a reputation as a reliable and trustworthy guide on the journey to recovery. Josh lives in Baltimore County with his wife and daughter.
Jesse Waterman LCSW-C, LCADC:
Jesse was born and raised in Baltimore City and the surrounding areas. His mother and grandfather inspired him to fill his life with art, humor, and to live in each moment. Jesse is an avid reader and writes short fiction in his free time. Jesse’s clinical practice is based in the principles of mindfulness, expressive arts and living a meaningful and joyful life. He uses empathy and positive regard for his clients to address underlying traumas and loss that burden and restrain them from experiencing life in its fullest.
Jesse began his career working within inpatient mental health hospitals in 2013. Jesse’s internships were both based within the court systems of mental health care; through Spring Grove Hospital Center and Family Medical Services in Baltimore City Circuit Court. He has worked in inpatient rehabilitation centers, intensive outpatient programs, and continues to provide mental health therapy in Baltimore City for children and adults. He obtained his Masters in Social Work through UMD School of Social Work and his addictions counseling courses through Community College of Baltimore County. Jesse lives in Baltimore City with his wife and daughter.