Recovering Champions Welcomes New Executive Director

Nicole Costa brings extensive experience to role
Nicole Costa, new Executive Director at Recovering Champions (Courtesy of Recovering Champions)

Recovering Champions, a substance abuse treatment facility with locations in Falmouth and Sandwich, Massachusetts, announces the hiring of veteran behavioral health manager Nicole Costa as their new Executive Director.  In this role, Costa will manage daily operations, enhancing current program offerings with an additional focus on expansion opportunities.

Ms. Costa brings a wealth of experience to this key leadership role.  Prior to joining Recovering Champions, she served as the Executive Director at Spectrum Health Systems in Westboro, MA, where she managed and oversaw the operations of eight inpatient substance abuse treatment programs in Massachusetts. Additionally, Costa was the Division Director for South Bay Mental Health, where she was responsible for six partial hospital, intensive outpatient and day treatment programs. She also served as Program Director and Senior Clinician at South Bay in progressively responsible roles, and previously held supervisory positions at the Suffolk County House of Corrections in Boston and Bridging the Gap in Worcester.

“We’re thrilled to have Nicole join us here at Recovering Champions.  She brings with her a wealth of knowledge and expertise, and we look forward to employing that background for the betterment of our clients and facilities,” says Ken Weber, Recovering Champions, CEO.

“I’m excited to join Recovering Champions and work with them to advance their mission,” Costa said.  “It’s an opportunity for me to make a significant contribution to an organization that does such amazing work.”

Costa obtained a Master's in Social Work from Boston College and is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW).  A native of Plymouth, she resides in Plymouth with her husband and three young sons.

Nicole began on June 12th and can be reached at [email protected].


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