Pastor Adam Comer
Chief Executive Officer
As an ordained pastor, Adam has played a major role in developing and establishing one of the highest addiction recovery program success rates in the country, and is a highly respected leader around the community and in Middle Tennessee. He also has professional experience in healthcare and mental healthcare fields.
Adam’s studies at Liberty University include religion, ministry leadership, people management, and Christian counseling. In recovery, Adam has truly been set free from the grips of addiction: His passions, pursuits and purpose revolve around the belief that all who are weary from life-controlling issues and addiction can be led to freedom.
Adam is a proud husband to his high school sweetheart, Katie. They have been married since 2008 and have 2 children Elijah and Ellasyn. God called Adam and Katie to Middle Tennessee and they love investing into this community, both personally and professionally.
Pastor Bruce Stanley
Chief Operations Officer
Bruce is the author and founder of Lost & Found Recovery in Christ, a seven principle Christ-centered program, which is the result of his own recovery and how God led him to His truth to succeed. Bruce has been teaching men and women in recovery for many years, and many have found recovery in Christ.
As the newest Campus Pastor and Executive Officer, Bruce brings the Lost & Found curriculum to S2L Recovery students. His hope is that others can understand the importance of Christ’s saving grace for healing and freedom from addiction.
Because of Bruce’s professional experience as a Creative Director and College Program Coordinator, his leadership and curriculum development skills establish tangible recovery structure for students.
Bruce is married to Alana Stanley, father to Chance and Casey Stanley, and grandfather to Hayden and Cali Stanley. Watch Bruce’s story video.
Pastor Ron Anderson
Chief Financial Officer
As an ordained pastor, Ron has served in various ministry roles in local churches in Middle Tennessee for 30 years. Some were full time and some part-time ministry roles.
Ron’s studies have been through Liberty University, Middle Tennessee State University and Berean School of the Bible. Ron has spent considerable time in the development of men into Godly men, having served as Men’s Director of Discipleship with a denomination’s District State of Tennessee for several years.
Ron’s most proud moments were marrying his High-school sweetheart, 38 years and counting and bringing two sons into adulthood, Patrick and Matthew. Having walked through addiction with his son who was a student at S2L, he found out first hand how to overcome addiction as a family. Ron has answered the Call in helping any and all that are addicted to life controlling drugs or alcohol to be set Free.
Dr. Andrew Daigle
Dr. Andrew Daigle is a board-certified physician in both Family Medicine and Palliative Care, and board eligible in Addiction Medicine. He has practiced medicine for thirty years, primarily in trauma and emergency medicine as well as palliative care. In all of his professional roles, he has embraced the team approach in addressing the physical, mental, social and spiritual needs of his patients. He has regularly helped those with substance addiction and its consequences. In his many years working at a high volume emergency trauma center, he witnessed the repercussions of substance abuse. Subsequently, his palliative medicine practice helped to confirm his long-held philosophy of addressing suffering in a holistic way. Dr. Daigle embraces the team approach, with all team members collaborating and addressing all the needs of the patient.
Dr. Daigle trained at LSU Medical Center in New Orleans, and subsequently at Greenville Hospital System in South Carolina, and the University of Alabama in Birmingham. In addition to his growing role as Medical Director for S2L Recovery, he continues to practice part-time emergency medicine and part-time palliative care. When he and his wife aren’t spending time with their children and grandchildren, Dr. Daigle can often be found playing tennis, softball, or golf
Briana Kidd is a Licensed Professional Counselor in both the state of Tennessee and Wisconsin. Briana specializes in treating members with dual diagnoses of mental health and addictions. She is trained in conducting Intoxicated drivers assessments and community treatment triage. She has worked extensively with probation and parole for outpatient and jail mental health services. She began her career in treating adults with severe and persistent mental illness and has worked extensively with communities to facilitate autonomous stability and support for individuals. She has practiced for nearly a decade with various populations and condition-specific focuses including Federally recognized tribal communities, at-risk youth, rural communities, recovery communities, developmentally disabled communities, severe and persistent mental illness, crisis intervention, probation and parole, gender-specific, trauma-based, family, group, individual, and Faith-based therapy. Additionally, she is a musician and songwriter, which she incorporates in her treatment with members as needed. She uses the following treatment modalities, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Creative Arts Therapy. Briana got her undergraduate degree from The University of Wisconsin Eau Claire and her Masters from the University of Wisconsin Platteville. She got has received additional training in Addictions Counseling, Personality Disorders, Crisis Intervention, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Culture-Specific Treatment.