Dana Marseglia, CADC

Director of Detox Services

Dana Marseglia is a seasoned human services professional with a passion for helping others and a strong desire to advocate for underserved communities. Since beginning her career, Dana has gained substantial experience in the areas of intellectual and developmental disabilities, mental health, and addiction. After earning her associates degree in Substance Use Disorders and Mental Health, Dana became credentialed by the state of North Carolina, earning her CADC. Dana is currently continuing her education by completing her bachelor’s degree in social work through Walden University.

Dana’s journey at Healing Transitions began as an intern in 2018, and after building connections with the clients and staff, she knew she had found her home. She officially joined the organization as an RES staff member in 2018. Through years of hard work and dedication to the Healing Transitions mission, Dana now serves as Director of Detox Services, providing leadership to RES staff at both the men’s and women’s campuses. Pairing her commitment to staff with her empowerment-focused management style, Dana has built a confident team of RES professionals, who under her leadership, strive hard every day to help those who suffer from addiction, connect with recovery services.