Adams Recovery Center has a team of professional, dedicated and experienced chemical dependency professionals. Our team is up-to-date on the latest evidence-based practices and current standards of training in the field of Alcohol and Drug counseling.

Dr. Michael McHenry

Medical Director

Dr. McHenry is a licensed and board-certified physician. He graduated from The Ohio State University with a bachelor’s degree in microbiology in 1990 and a doctorate degree in medicine in 1994. He completed a residency program in family medicine in 1997 and has practiced medicine in Brown County, Ohio, ever since. Dr. McHenry is deeply invested in his community and serves as the head cross country coach at his local school. He is passionate about making a positive difference in the lives of Adams Recovery Center’s clients and their families.

Dr. Todd Williams

Medical Director

Dr. Williams is a lifelong resident of southwest Ohio, leaving only while furthering his education at The Ohio State University and at New College in Oxford, England. Dr. Williams graduated with degrees in pharmacy and medicine and then completed a three-year residency program. He is board-certified in family medicine, with additional training in addiction medicine. Dr. Williams believes kindness, compassion and empathy are essential in every patient interaction, and he feels great pride and satisfaction working as part of the addiction treatment team at Adams Recovery Center.

Sherry Johnson

Clinical Director

Sherry Johnson is a LICDC with an Associate‘s Degree in Applied Science in Addiction, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Substance Abuse Counseling, and a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling. She has provided for clients through screening, assessments, case management, crisis intervention, individual counseling, IOP, dual diagnosis, family, and recovery management groups. Sherry has provided services to women who struggle with addiction and trauma IOP groups using the Seeking Safety Manual and recovery management groups using the Beyond Trauma Workbook. She is passionate about helping clients unpack their book bags of excuses and filling their toolboxes with safe coping skills for recovery and sobriety.

In Sherry’s free time, she enjoys spending time in the sun, doing yoga, remodeling her home, and spending time with her family, children, and grand-babies. Her happy place is sitting on the porch swing on a nice day or night.

Tina Fischer

Clinical Coordinator

Tina Fischer graduated from Lindsey Wilson college with a bachelors in art of human services. Tina holds a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor III licensure. She was employed as an educator by Blanchester School district where her career as a helping professional began. Tina was additionally employed by Southern Hills CTC as an educator with the youth population. Tina’s passion for helping others doesn’t end with her work; Tina spends personal time volunteering at various agencies hoping to inspire and guide others. Although Tina’s passion for helping others has carried her throughout her life, she became passionate for the substance use population following the passing of her nephew, who died of an opiate overdose. Tina hopes to honor his life through giving others the skills, resources essential to recover. Tina enlightens clients to understand how mental health and trauma connects to their substance use. She understands that addiction can alter who you become and how you behave. Tina hopes to inspire others to restore their relationships with themselves through forgiveness. When interviewing Tina about her perception of the addicted population, she commented, “I can see beyond their addiction. Addiction is not the core of who they are.”

Sarah Houston

Intake Coordinator

Sarah started her journey with Adams Recovery Center in 2017 as a billing manager. Now, as intake coordinator, she works with hospitals, legal systems, and individuals who are focused on achieving sobriety for themselves or someone they care about. Sarah uses compassion and her knowledge about the recovery process to help those she speaks with feel comfortable in aiding and beginning the sobriety process. Sarah believes it is important that the intake process be informative and comforting in order to make a lasting impact on the clients and their families at Adams Recovery Center.