Graciela Del Moral

Graciela Del Moral is the co-founder and CEO of Came to Pass Recovery. She is passionate about recovery and has worked to put together a competent and caring team of professionals. Graciela has been working in the field of addiction and recovery for 10 years and believes that the opportunity to help facilitate change in people’s lives is a tremendous privilege. Sharing the journey of hope with those who are actively seeking to live a life free of alcohol or drugs is one of her top priorities. Creating a space of healing where clients can begin to recover their dreams is a vision that she works at on a daily basis.

Graciela believes that a healthy body is essential to the creation of a healthy mind and spirit. She believes in outdoor, activity based treatment. She enjoys a good physical challenge and rope jumps are one of her nightmares.

Dr. Ann Hammon

Dr. Ann Hammon is a board-certified psychiatrist with over 30 years of experience. She uses an integrative, holistic approach to her work and operates under the assumption that the mind, body, and spirit are connected.

Her experience includes both inpatient and outpatient work, with a diverse range of patients. She had a holistic practice in Chicago for several years, utilizing psychotherapy, energy medicine, nutrition, and medication when necessary. She has worked with trauma, dissociative disorders and eating disorders; the latter at the former Remuda Ranch in Wickenburg. She was a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry in Family Practice at the University of Illinois Medical School. In that capacity, she served as a liaison between the student health service and the student counseling service, a particularly enjoyable collaboration. She has also worked as an emergency room psychiatrist at Cook County Hospital. She has a special interest in neurodegenerative diseases and environmentally acquired illness, both of which interface with addiction and mental illness. Neuroinflammation fuels all chronic illnesses, including addiction. It is ubiquitous in individuals with addictions and mental illness and is accompanied by heightened emotional reactivity and mental distress. This profoundly affects the way the genes are expressed and must be addressed for sobriety and healing to be maintained.


Craig Davis, LCSW

Craig A. Davis is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Arizona with over 18 years of experience working as a Clinician and Clinical Director in inpatient, outpatient and private settings. Craig has been actively involved in program development creating integrated, comprehensive, holistic substance abuse programs for hospitals, private agencies and problem-solving courts. He has a passion for Wellness Programs and is keenly aware of the importance of a Holistic approach to recovery. Craig also appreciates the implementation of outdoor experiences to promote positive change in the client’s life. He is aware of the importance of 12-step meetings to the pro-social applications of recovery. His professional experience has been primarily focused on substance abuse disorders, but he specializes in all mental health issues, including dual diagnosis, trauma, and grief. He believes that all addicts need individual therapy to identify core issues which have developed through life experiences that contribute to the dysfunctional behavior patterns related to their addictive behavior. Craig has used a wide range of therapeutic modalities including, group, individual, couples and family. He has extensive training in EMDR, psychodrama (Action Focused Therapy), Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral Therapies. Craig believes that addiction is systemic, and it is paramount to educate the family about codependency and enabling behaviors, so they have insight on how to be a healthy support system for the recovering addict and gain freedom for themselves.

Kelly Densmore

Kelly Densmore has been working with families affected by addiction since 2011. Due to circumstances with her own son, Kelly has an abundance of first hand experience navigating the complexities in family dynamics when dealing with a family member who is affected by drug and alcohol abuse. Through her own personal journey, Kelly was inspired to start a non-profit organization: Mothers With a Purpose, which aims to help end the stigma of addiction and empower other parents to help themselves and find hope in a seemingly hopeless situation.

Kelly has worked closely with many community members and political leaders in California to help further educate the public on the realities of addiction and recovery. She is a strong proponent of families developing boundaries as a part of their own recovery plan. Kelly has worked with hundreds of families over the past 9 years, and is motivated to help empower them to cultivate a solution-based approach to their situation.

Portrait of Kelly Densmore. She has dark blonde hair, blue eyes, and is smiling.

Christina Paschall

Christina Paschall is a Licensed Professional Counselor with the Arizona Board of Behavioral Health Examiners, and in addition to her work with Came to Pass Recovery, she is a Relief Therapist for the Behavioral Health Unit for Flagstaff Medical Center. Christina graduated from University of Phoenix with Honors in the Mental Health/ Community Counseling Program in 2013. She started her career providing crisis assessments and interventions with Terros Health, and has spent the majority of her career providing therapy to clients struggling with chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders at various treatment centers. Christina is an experiential therapist who believes we learn and heal through actions. She is clinically trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Clinical Hypnotherapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Mrs. Paschall served as the President for the Arizona Counselors Association between 2016-2019. During her time as President, Christina prepared, promoted, and executed 3 successful annual conferences that promoted the counseling profession; and advocated at the legislative level to promote counselor identity and client welfare.

Michael Vaughan

Michael Vaughan has a BS in Social Work and is currently working on his Master’s in Social Work. Michael has worked in the addictions field for nine years; working in treatment centers and sober living houses. He is currently working with the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office as a counselor in the Exodus Program. Michael has been actively involved in mentoring men seeking long-term recovery. He enjoys cycling, snowboarding, boating and running.


Tamera Martens

Text cTamera Martens is a Professional Writer and Recovery Coach. She has an MA in Psychology and is currently completing her MA in Professional Writing. She works as a behavioral health therapist at Flagstaff Medical Center. She is also the owner of Seeds of Success Consulting and Coaching. She is working with Came to Pass Recovery as a consultant; assisting with web design, certifications, and blog development. She is on the Board of Directors for Freedom House, a sober living home for women in early recovery. She is a certified EMDR therapist and specializes in working with individuals with trauma histories and substance use disorders. She is a certified Anger Management counselor. She is also active in teaching Mental Health First Aid to community organizations. She has worked in the behavioral health field for over 30 years, in a variety of capacities. She’s active in recovery and mentors women looking to engage in long term recovery. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, backpacking, reading, and enjoying the beautiful outdoors of Northern Arizona. You’ll often find her hanging with her dog Rowan and her blind cat, Steve.ontent

Terri Hirning

Terri Hirning is the Co-Founder of Real Food Mum, a holistic wellness and detoxification practice with a focus on holistic, mind-body wellness. She has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Doctorate in Traditional Naturopathy*. Terri has spent the last decade in the autism and chronic illness communities as a mentor, educator, author, and motivational speaker. Her son is the inspiration for her work with others, he is considered recovered from autism so it is through their personal journey that she really has a well-rounded understanding of the intricate issues that can be involved in the diagnosis of autism and the gut-brain connection. Terri works with clients all over the world to educate them on ways to support optimal wellness and detox practices. She integrates many modalities in her work including the mind-body connection and its role in optimal wellness. Her background of having worked for The Great Plains Laboratory gives her a strong basis and understanding of their laboratory testing. She also consults for New Beginnings Nutritionals and is highly trained in the implementation of supplement programs, in conjunction with a healthy diet, to support optimal wellness. *Terri is not a licensed Naturopathic Physician.



1072 East Old Canyon Court
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001

Outpatient Clinic

1813 Main St.
Flagstaff, Arizona 86004


Mon – Fri: 9  am to 5 pm

Sat: Closed

Sun: Closed

Came to Pass Recovery provides an affordable treatment option for men struggling with substance use disorders. Our primary goal is to create an environment where residents can focus on obtaining physical sobriety and begin the process of recovery and healing.

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