Tiffany Nunez

Clinical Director, LCDC

Tiffany was born in Alameda County, California, and was raised most of her life in San Jose, CA. Tiffany attended San Jose State California where she received her undergraduate degree in Justice Studies. She went on to pursue her Master’s Degree in Applied Behavioral Analysis in 2014 during which she started working with children diagnosed with mental health disorders and intellectual disabilities. Tiffany began working with those primarily diagnosed with SUD in 2016 shortly before relocating to Austin, TX in 2017. Tiffany has a background in providing mental health and SUD services to adolescents, correctional facilities, and currently the private sector holding multiple management positions during her employment career. While not in recovery herself, her experience with addiction in her immediate family is what manifested her passion for the field. Tiffany is currently working towards her second Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health in hopes to expand her therapeutic areas of practice and provide services in all areas of psychology.

Charles Dollins

Clinical Director, LCDC

Charles Dollins has been working as a substance use counselor since 1985 after starting his own recovery in 1978. Over his nearly 35 year career, Charles has worked in clinical settings such as residential and IOP levels of care and in and criminal justice settings such as prison based therapeutic community programs and drug court. He has experience with primary substance use treatment as well as with dually diagnosed patients and has been a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) since 1991. Charles’ understanding of people with behavioral, physical and emotional challenges and the various stages that make up their journeys of healing and recovery is supported by an eclectic set of therapeutic tools gained over a lifetime of personal and professional growth.

Lisa Moody

Counselor, LCDC









Jeffrey L. Butts, DO, MRO

Medical Director

Jeffrey L. Butts, DO, MRO is a fellow of the American Board of Addiction Medicine and is a diplomate of the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians. A longtime solo family practitioner, Dr. Butts began following an emerging trend in medical practice known as “concierge medicine” in 1999, and decided to take this concept one step further by developing a network for physicians and their patients that is physician-managed and patient-directed.

Jon Brown


Sober since March 28th, 2010, Jon struggled with substance abuse from a young age before finding long-term recovery. From a place of gratitude and service, Jon has dedicated his personal and professional life to helping individuals and families heal from the wounds of addiction. In 2016, with the dream of offering other men a safe supportive environment for recovery, he opened North Austin Sober Living. Through hard work and dedication, North Austin Sober Living grew to be a mainstay in the Austin treatment community, which is known for its quality and affordability. Wanting to provide an even higher level of support for his residents, Jon founded South Meadows Recovery in the Spring of 2020.

Lisa Bulger

Office Manager

Lisa started working as a Recovery Advocate at South Meadows Recovery. She is excited to be given the opportunity because she is in recovery and feels truly fulfilled finding meaning by helping others with addiction. Lisa saw a way out and truly believes that she can show others the light at the end of the tunnel. Lisa is from Iowa and has a few family members in Texas, so she found her family in recovery. Lisa loves her job at South Meadows Recovery because she feels purposeful using her organization, time management, and personal skills to keep things running smoothly. 

Kyle Swiatlowski

Director of Admissions
Kyle could write the book on recovery and relapse. From his teen years he struggled with progressively worse drugs and symptoms of the disease of addiction. It wasn’t until after after graduating college that he was able to comes to terms with with addiction in a proper way. At that point he decided to devote his professional career into the path of helping others find the path to the freedom from addiction. Kyle has worked in many different positions in the addiction field over the course of 8 years, however admissions has always been a constant. He gets gratitude from working with newly sober addicts and alcoholics and working with families navigate the often overly complicated start to a treatment stay. Kyle is calm and stays in the solution during these times as coming out of the turbulence of addiction thats exactly what addicts and families need. 
Kyle fulfills his position of Directer of Admissions with a sense of pride and is proud of the treatment clients receive at South Meadows recovery. He works with insurance companies, our billing department, and fields calls from those seeking help. 
In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his family and two daughters. He also enjoys filing pretty much anything with his go-pro to make video memories to look back on. 

Kevin Hicks

Recovery Specialist

Kevin Hicks is a dedicated member of the client care team at South Meadows Recovery . With a background rooted in compassion, Kevin has a genuine passion for helping others and works closely with clients to provide support and guidance. Born and raised on the East Coast, Kevin’s parents were in the Marine Corps, but he later moved back to Texas after college. In 2021, Kevin arrived in Austin where he discovered his calling in recovery. With a personal understanding of struggle, Kevin finds fulfillment in assisting others in their journey towards healing and growth.