Our Team

IPRP is comprised of a team of caring professionals with years of experience in helping health care professionals who have substance use disorders. You will be welcomed into IPRP with open arms and guided through the steps you will take to complete our recovery program. Our team of professionals will not only offer you support but will also hold you accountable, helping you make the progress to overcome your substance use disorder.
Our team wants nothing more than to see you return to your career and be the health care professional you set out to become. We understand that a substance use disorder can feel isolating, overwhelming and hopeless, but there is hope. You can find it with each and every member of our team. We care about your personal wellness, and we are here to help.
Dave

David Cummins
MD, FASAM, Medical Director

Dr. Cummins is the Medical Director for the Indiana Professionals Recovery Program (IPRP). He is board certified in both Addiction Medicine and Emergency Medicine and has extensive experience in treating patients suffering from substance use disorders. Following best practice guidelines set forth by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) and using the latest evidenced-based treatment modalities, Dr. Cummins has helped develop the most comprehensive and seamless monitoring program for addicted professionals in the country. Using time-tested treatments and cutting-edge alternative therapies, his program succeeds by focusing on prevention, treatment, long-term monitoring, advocacy, and reentry into the workplace. Dr. Cummins also works closely with multiple local, state, and federal agencies to ensure employee protection and client compliance. 

To contact Dr.Cummins, email drcummins@inprp.org or call 844-687-7399  ext.0

Tracy

Tracy Traut
MS, LCAC, Program Director

Tracy has worked in the field of Mental Health and Addictions since 2007. Tracy received her MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Indiana University Northwest where she also received a BA in Psychology and an AA in Women and Gender Studies. She completed training at the University of Cincinnati in Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Substance Abusers, Anger Management and Brain2Brain Training for anxiety and PTSD.

Tracy was the Executive Director for the Porter County Family Counseling Center, the Addiction and Recovery Coordinator for PACT and the Assistant Executive Director for Dayspring Counseling Center as well as providing individual addiction counseling services in a private practice. She provides Screening Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) services as well as group facilitation services to the Moraine House, a sober living home for men. 

For programming information or to request an on-site visit, email ttraut@inprp.org or call 844-687-7399 ext.5

Carrie

Carrie Graham
Administrative Assistant 

As a Qualified Mental Health Profession (QMHP), Carrie comes to us with 19 years of experience in the addiction field.

Carrie was the Director of Alice’s house when it first opened in 2002, and then a Crisis Intervention Specialist at Southlake Center/Reginal Mental Health for Mental Health from 2003-2015. Her work included Substance Use and Mental Health assessments, immediate risk assessments, crisis calls, referrals, worked with case management staff and performed admissions for substance and mental health inpatient and outpatient treatment.

To contact Carrie, email cgraham@inprp.org or call 844-687-7399 ext.1

Tye

Tye Dominguez
Clinical Case Manager

Tye has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Indiana University Northwest and a Master of Science degree in Clinical Counseling with a specialization in addictions counseling from Indiana University Northwest. He spent a portion of his 750-hour clinical internship with the monitoring program this year and observed BON hearings. His clinical background and training include working with adults and adolescents in a variety of settings including an alternative day treatment program for at risk youth, residential psychiatric facility, outpatient individual and group work with substance abusers as well as group work with substance abusers in community corrections.

To contact Tye (if your last name begins with S-Z), email tdominguez@inprp.org or call 844-687-7399 ext.6 

Brittany

Brittany Sholtis
BA,MS, 
Clinical Case Manager

Brittany Sholtis is a graduate of Indiana University Northwest where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in psychology, as well as her Master's of Science in Clinical Counseling. She has been working in the field of addiction and mental health for three and a half years. She has worked in both an inpatient and outpatient setting, working with clients 18 and over, some of whom were on federal or county probation, referred by their employee assistance program, and those who sought treatment on their own. Currently Brittany is sitting for licensure for the LCACA in 2018. Brittany also has experience working for a government office offering financial support to those in need through the Center Township Trustee in LaPorte County where she served as a case manager and office clerk. Brittany has a passion for working with those who are struggling with addiction and helping them get back on track and experience life clean and sober.

To contact Brittany (if your last name begins with A-E), email bsholtis@inprp.org or call 844-687-7399 ext.2

Michael

Michael Barrera
BS,MS, 
Clinical Case Manager

Michael Barrera has been working in the fields of mental health and addictions for the last five years. He has served both adolescent and adult populations during inpatient, residential, detoxification, and intensive outpatient settings. In addition, Michael has formal experience and training in case management and direct clinical application while working as a supervising residential advisor and interim clinical director.

Michael received his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Calumet College of St. Joseph. He then attended Indiana University Northwest where he received his Master of Science degree in Clinical Counseling. He will be sitting for his LCACA in 2018. Michael is bilingual and fluent in Spanish.

To contact Michael (if your last name begins with L-R), email mbarrera@inprp.org or call 844-687-7399 ext.4

Abigail

Abigail Rosa
BA,MS, 
Clinical Case Manager

Abigail is a graduate from Indiana University Northwest where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts and Sciences in psychology with High Distinction. Following that, she obtained her Master of Science in clinical counseling. Although Abigail only has over a year of experience, it is a diverse one at that; she has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings, working with clients 18 years of age and older; she has also worked with incarcerated individuals and clients whom were on federal or county probation as well as those who were referred by their employee assistance program. Currently, Abigail is working towards her LCACA licensure in 2018. She is also signing up for classes in the fall of 2018 to work towards her LMHC licensure.

To contact Abigail (if your last name begins with F-K), email arosa@inprp.org or call 844-687-7399 ext.3
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