Stacey Durr

Stacey Durr serves as the Executive Director of the Clearfork Academy Cleburne campus, which provides treatment services to adolescent females. She brings over 20 years of experience in the human services industry to include behavioral health – inpatient and outpatient. She was born and raised on the east coast and spent the last two decades moving all over the county. She began her journey in human services working with the Intellectual Disability population. After that she worked in Child Protection Services, a 400-bed Residential Treatment Center, Mental Health Outpatient services, and with a city Human Services Department. Over the last 20 plus years she has lived in Virginia, California, Maine, and Florida. In 2016 she was lucky enough to find Fort Worth, Texas which is her new forever home. Finding Clearfork Academy has started the next exciting chapter of her life.

Chalee Rivers

Chalee Rivers BSN, RN serves as the Executive Director of the Ft Worth campus and is the Director of Nursing for both Ft. Worth and Cleburn. She has worked  in the medical field for 17 years holding various roles which include nursing assistant, medical assistant, licensed vocational nurse and registered nurse. As a RN she has spent the last 9 years dedicated to mental health and substance use with a high focus on leadership, standardization, interventions and achieving quality outcomes.   Chalee serves on the board at CHCP and has spent time in Washington DC and Austin Texas with legislators advocating for behavioral health needs. Chalee is passionate about improving the lives of patients and families that have been impacted by substance use and mental illness and is excited that God opened the door to a new journey with Clearfork Academy.

Mike McGee

Mike was born and raised in Fort Worth. He attended Texas Wesleyan University and received an undergraduate degree in Information Technology. Mike committed himself to a Christ-centered residential treatment facility at age 28. It was there that he had an encounter with God that changed the trajectory of his life. It was also there that Mike met Austin Davis, one of the LPC’s on staff. Two years after treatment, Mike got the opportunity to go back to work for the treatment center that he attended, under Austin’s leadership. It was during his employment there that Mike felt God calling him to equip himself to help others and Mike began pursuing a Masters in Counseling from B.H. Carroll Theological Institute. After finishing grad school, Mike pursued an opportunity to work with Austin again at Clearfork Academy. It is Mike’s belief that finding one’s identity is central to recovery from substance use and he finds that identity in Jesus Christ. Mike’s faith has been the cornerstone of his recovery and he is excited to be able to share this faith with others who are struggling. Mike is married to his wife Jessica and they have one son, Raylan.

Alan Luppy

A native of North Richland Hills, TX, Alan joined the United States Army at the age of 19 after attending Haltom High School. He served in various leadership roles in the Army in the field of human resources, logistics, and recruiting. While serving in the Army, Alan earned his Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management from American Military University. He served honorably in the Army for over 20 years and deployed to South Korea, Qatar, Romania, and The Republic of Georgia; as well as two combat deployments to Afghanistan where he earned a Combat Action Badge.

Alan is married to his high school sweetheart, Jenny, and together they are raising their two boys, Austin and Nolan in Springtown, TX.

After retiring from the Army, Alan was looking for his purpose to continue to serve others and found that purpose in Clearfork Academy as the Director of Human Resources. Alan is passionate about helping others and relies on his faith in God to guide his life.

Alan enjoys volunteering his time to help coach his boys’ football teams, playing golf, and just spending time with his family. Alan is a Rhino at heart, always “Charging Towards Excellence”, even naming the family dog Rhino.

John Schneider

A native of Minneapolis, John attended the University of North Texas and received his B.S in Psychology and Rehabilitation Studies. At the age of 17, John committed himself to a residential facility to combat his own struggles with substance abuse and mental health issues. It was through god’s grace and guidance that John was able to not only work through his addiction but find himself within the process. After two years of sobriety, John started working as a mental health technician, helping both adults and adolescents through the beginning stages of recovery. Throughout his journey, John found his natural calling in admissions, and through his enthusiastic and empathetic character, was helping numerous families find the proper help. It is John’s belief that anybody who is struggling deserves to be heard, and that god will deliver his grace even in the hardest of times. John’s faith has been the foundation of his recovery, and he is excited to share his story with our adolescents to encourage a new way of life. John is married to his wife Rebecca, and they have one son, Grayson. When John isn’t working, he loves spending time with his son, working on cars, or enjoying some time at the gym.

Jana Hamilton

Jana Hamilton was born and raised in Texas. She went to Texas Tech University to earn her B.S. in Education. She and her husband moved to Colorado for 22 years for a business-related decision and raised their child there. They moved back to Fort Worth over three years ago to be near family.

She has been in education all her life and even opened and ran a successful charter school. Its focus was on the whole child through personalized instruction. She entered the business field to help educators to use curriculum and teaching techniques to better inform their instruction to improve student outcomes. She is a lifelong learner who feels her purpose is to educate those who need help in making informed decisions for their children. She came to Clearfork Academy to educate the community on Clearfork’s mission to guide adolescents to a new legacy.

Jeff King

Jeff is from Fort Worth, Texas. He is married with 2 little boys who surprise him every day. He received his Masters in Biblical Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary, and he is always looking to further his education through experience, continuing education, and possibly attaining his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. The mission of Clearfork is something that is of personal significance to him as he celebrates 15 years sober in March of this year. He believes that a solid therapeutic approach, upheld and founded in Biblical truth, is the only way to make lasting change and truly lead young men to a new legacy. “An interesting fact about me is that I love working with my hands. That includes making hunting and camping knives, building houses for the poor in Mexico with my church, and creating rustic art.”

Cody Bondurant

Cody was born in Fort Worth, Texas and grew up in Azle.  He found recovery June 6th 2019.  Since then, Cody has been on a mission to help anyone who struggled in the ways he did.  He recently completed all the educational requirements for the Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor and is currently attending Weatherford college in hopes to transfer to the University of Texas in Arlington in the Spring. He was recently awarded the Aaron Ruben scholarship by the Fort Worth chapter of TAAP, the John Pena Scholarship at the state TAAP conference, and the Stuart scholarship by Weatherford college. His ultimate goal is to obtain a master’s degree in social work and own a Christian counseling practice.  Cody has a wife and 3 children and currently lives in Springtown, Tx.  In his free time, he regularly volunteers at the local food pantry, ministers to the homeless, and does door to door evangelism.  Cody never meets a stranger and is always eager to share his love for Jesus.