Stanley Bronstein Interviews Donna Mae DePola

DONNA MAE DEPOLA

Donna Mae has worked in the field of addiction for more than 26 years. In 1994, Donna Mae founded The Resource Training Center, a school that provides the education required to become a Credentialed Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) in New York State; the largest of it’s kind. Over the years, the agency has spread to 5 locations throughout the State of New York, and services grew to include the New York State Drinking Driver Program, The MADD Victim Impact Panel and The Resource Counseling Center an outpatient chemical dependency clinic. She’s one of only 8 national CCAR Recovery Coach Master Trainers.

Donna also authored the book “Twelve Tins” which is a story of her life as an incest survivor and recovering addict, from the age of five to founding and operating the largest CASAC School in the State of New York.

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Twelve Tins