Recovery Centers of America at Raritan Bay appoints new clinical director

Recovery Centers of America at Raritan Bay, a drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility, recently announced the appointment of Caitlin Moore as its new clinical director.

Moore, who directed admissions during her 2019-2021 tenure at RCA at Raritan Bay, returns to the South Amboy facility to oversee all therapeutic functions and services provided by the therapists within their programs. She also will be responsible for program development, training of clinical staff and maintaining professional relationships with collateral agencies.

“I am thrilled to welcome Caitlin Moore back to RCA at Raritan Bay to lead our clinical team, a decision that highlights RCA’s strength as both a care provider and an employer,” LeoDante Ognibene, CEO of RCA at Raritan Bay, said. “With almost a decade of experience in the recovery industry, she will greatly impact the Raritan Bay community, helping us to fulfill our mission of saving lives.”

A licensed professional counselor, a licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor and a certified clinical supervisor, Moore comes back to RCA holding supervisory roles at various addiction treatment centers in the Garden State. She concluded her previous stint at RCA of Raritan Bay as director of admissions and utilization review.

“I am honored to rejoin my talented and caring RCA at Raritan Bay family, where I started as an intern,” Moore said. “All of my training and experience has led me back here, to an organization I know through experience is committed to helping those in our community achieve and maintain long-term sobriety.”

The behavioral health leader earned her master’s degree in mental health counseling and a Bachelor of Arts in psychology, both from Monmouth University. Moore is currently enrolled in the counseling and supervision Ph.D. program at Kean University.