John Campbell, LMSW, LAC
John is a Licensed Master Social Worker and Licensed Addiction Counselor. We are proud to say that he graduated Power House in 2009, and became an employee shortly after. John worked as a Counselor in Training (CIT) while pursuing his Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Southeastern Louisiana University. He left Power House in 2013 to complete his Master’s Degree in Social Work from Louisiana State University. John accepted the opportunity to return as a Master’s Level Social Worker in 2014. John specializes in the treatment of Substance Use Disorders and related mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, and ADHD. He utilizes his skills to address challenges that often accompany addiction such as trauma, grief and loss, and family of origin issues. John employs a multitude of therapeutic techniques that include Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). He enjoys working with clients in individual, group and family therapy sessions.
John is originally from Dallas, TX. He is happy with the life he has established in Louisiana as a result of staying sober. He currently resides in Baton Rouge with his two dogs. Outside of work, John enjoys spending time with his family, watching sports, and the occasional round of golf.
Eric Jaeger, CIT
Eric has been a client advocate and case manager since 2011. He specializes in helping clients get their lives back on track, which means dealing with debt collectors, lawyers, court systems, insurance companies, educational institutes, medical offices and various state offices. Cleaning up the “wreckage” of addiction can be a challenge to anyone, let alone a young man in early recovery. Eric prides himself on addressing these issues, while simultaneously helping empower his clients by teaching them how to handle challenges independently moving forward. Eric has been interested in working with others since a young age. His older sister has Down’s Syndrome, and growing up he had the opportunity to do a lot of service work with those who were disabled. Giving back is something that he loved. This was his first indication that working with people was a passion that continues to motivate him today.
Eric is originally from Minnesota, and currently resides in Baton Rouge with his wife and their two dogs. They are both so incredibly grateful for the lives they have been given.
Quentin Marion, CIT
Quentin prides himself on being a 2014 graduate of Power House. His journey began when he was hired as an overnight technician, and soon after became a day technician. His passion for helping young men like himself became very well known in the Power House community. He obtained proper certification, and was offered a CIT and Case Manager position. He accepted with much gratitude, and was ecstatic about the opportunity.
From the time he was a child Quentin observed his father working in assisted living homes. This afforded him the opportunity to volunteer with the disabled and elderly. Immediately, he enjoyed helping others. Combining his volunteer experience with his personal experience at Power House he has learned how to be a productive member of society, and shares his experience with the men of Power House. He wants to show them it can be done. Never would he have imagined that helping men like himself would have been possible, but with sobriety he knows it is.
Quentin is originally from Michigan, and currently resides in Saint Amant with his girlfriend. He is extremely grateful to be afforded the opportunity to continue to grow spiritually in all aspects of his life.
Director of Family Services
Crystal applied for this position in 2010, and did not expect the profound impact it would have on her life. She expresses extreme gratitude to be able to witness life changing events for these young men. Crystal brings her exceptional organizational and communication skills to each client’s recovery process. She has a very driven attitude, and her experience shows it well. Some areas of expertise are administration, accounting, finance, human resources, and insurance. Her professional manner, love for the recovery process and professional experience make her invaluable to the clients, families, and staff.
Crystal, her husband, and their 3 children reside in Prairieville. During her free time, Crystal volunteers as a CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) for children in need.
Cody Gautreaux, RAC, CCS
Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner
Cody is a Registered Addiction Counselor, Certified Clinical Supervisor, has credentials from EGALA as an equine assisted psychotherapist, and credentials in guided imagery. He originally received his Certified Addiction Treatment Counselor II (CATC II) accreditation in California. He has been working in the treatment field since 2000, and was afforded the opportunity to be a Primary Counselor at Power House in 2003. Cody continued his work at Power House, and became the Program Director in 2007. At the end of 2015 he was presented with an even better opportunity to become more committed to Power House, which he gracefully accepted.
He felt that he should give back what was so freely given to him, which was his own personal sobriety. This is what he has committed himself to do for the rest of his life. His biggest passion is watching the young men “come to life” in their individual recovery processes.
Cody enjoys spending his free time with his son and dog. He is very involved in the local recovery community. Some of Cody’s favorite activities are golfing and fishing.
Chief Operating Officer and Managing Partner
Aaron is the COO and managing partner of Power House Programs. With over a decade of experience working in the addiction recovery field, Aaron brings a special understanding from his own experiences with addiction and recovery. His work history includes acting as the Director of Operations for a 100 bed aftercare facility, and as the National Outreach Representative for a treatment center.
Aaron’s personal recovery journey began with an intervention in 2004. He then committed himself to 28 days of inpatient treatment, 4 months of extended care, and one year of sober living. He is invaluable due to his personal and professional experience combined. The willingness he expresses to help anyone in need is very unique, and makes him an instrumental asset in the recovery field.
Aaron and his wife Tara, live in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with their Golden Retriever. In his free time you can usually find him at the golf range, catching up on football, fishing and spending time with friends and family.