We are dedicated to helping You navigate

       the recovery of Your choosing.

Our Team

Donna Catlow

 XRCC Director - CPRS

Donna is our Director; she is the mother of 2 sons’ in recovery from substance use.  Donna works as a Recovery Family Support Specialist at MHANJ. She received her CPRS training from Mainstream Recovery in Middlesex County.  Donna is a member of the Lacey Twp Task Force, Waretown Municipal Alliance, NCADD and is the Chapter Lead for Young People In Recovery-NJ.  Through these organizations, she has involved herself with advocacy work & volunteered her time at awareness events in the community.

Kelli Wehmann

Recovery Coach

Kelli is  AED-CPR trained. She is also a member of the Ocean County Community CERT.  Kelli is a great listener, a great resource person and has a heart for people wrestling with addiction. As a volunteer Addiction Recovery Advocate and Certified Recovery Coach, Kelli has walked with (and driven) many to rehabs and is here to help you!

Dorothie Bonfanti

Assistant Director - CPRS

Heather Scanlon
Community Member

Dorothie is a Peer Recovery Specialist and a person in long-term recovery. She received her Peer Recovery Specialist schooling from CARES in Morris County and has worked with the Blue Hart program since it’s induction and also with the Next Steps program out of the Monmouth County Correctional Institution.  She currently works for New Hope Foundation in Marlboro, NJ and volunteers with Hope Sheds Light in Toms River, NJ and Young People in Recovery of Ocean County. She’s a married mom of 4 children, residing in Lacey Township

Heather is the Chair of the Lacey Township Municipal Alliance Team and Lacey Task Force.  She sits on the DART Coalition and works with Lacey's Schools Substance Abuse Counselors (SAC) to raise awareness to and prevention of addiction. Heather does amazing advocacy work in our Community and beyond.

Tony Riccobono MS,LCADC

Tony is the Founder/Director of Pathways To Serenity, LLC and provides counseling for all addictions. He is a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LCADC) with a Masters Degree in Addiction Counseling. Tony has been in the field for over 20 years and established his private practice 8 years ago. Tony believes in creating treatment plans WITH the client and not FOR the client believing that only a collaborative effort can sustain an effective program of recovery. Tony is willing to work with any method of recovery making suggestions along the way thus guiding his clients down their own pathways to serenity. Tony considers it an honor to be a board member of such a wonderful organization that is Xodus Recovery Community Center and is also a person in long term recovery.

Colleen Clark-Tonkovich RDA
Community Member

Colleen is a the proud mother of 2 children and 1 grandchild. She has spent the last 41 years working as a dental assistant in Ocean County. Her spare time is spent supporting and giving back to the Lacey Community as both an active member of the Lacey Municipal Alliance and for the last 7 years the Lacey Food Bank. Colleen also volunteers her time at Xodus supporting those in Recovery and helping organize the Centers events.

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Our Goal 

Our intention is to collaborate with community specialists/professionals in offering those in recovery, their families and friends, free advocacy (as needed) and access to the resources outlined on our Services page... as well as offering life skills workshops, preparation for future employment and sober socialization events. 

Become a Volunteer

Interested in sharing your experience to help others and keep our center going?


Volunteers at Xodus Recovery Community Center are an integral part of our overall mission. We could not exist without them! We are founded on the premise of providing “peer-to-peer” recovery support and building community to provide a safe sober environment for people from all recovery pathways and their loved ones.


As a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to help community members on their journey of recovery from addiction and spread the message of hope to others.


There are many ways to volunteer at XRCC.


Volunteers are needed at the center to offer Peer Recovery Support, run Basic Skills Training, help with Events and Fundraisers.


For more information, contact 

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