Inmate Program & Education Staff 

Adicts Learning Productive Healthy Alternatives (A.L.P.H.A.)
Re-Entering American Communiteis with Hope (R.E.A.C.H.)

 
Director A.L.P.H.A Substance Abuse Program

David is a 2012 graduate of Lindsey Wilson College with a bachelor degree in Criminal Justice. David came on staff at Marion County Detention Center in 2013.  In 2016 he became the transportation clerk before transitioning into a full-time Addiction Treatment Counselor position.  David facilitates the Moral Reconation Therapy and Relapse Prevention groups. David was promoted to REACH Director in March 2019.  
David Chappel
Director REACH Re-Enterning American Communities with Hope

  1. Tonya Goode SAP Counselor
    Tonya is a 1994 graduate of Campbellsville University with a Bachelor’s in Psychology & Religious Education. She is also a 2001 graduate of University of Louisville with a Master’s in Social Work. She has over 20 years of experience in social work and related fields. Tonya began working at the Marion County Detention Center in as a substance abuse counselor. Tonya is active in her church and spends a lot of time with her family.
  2. Randi Jo Giles SAP Counselor
    Randi Jo began with MCDC as a SAP Counselor in 2018. In 2015 Randi Jo graduated from St. Catharine College with a Bachelor's in Psychology and a minor in Health Sciences. While in college she volunteered at domestic violence shelters and was a representative from St. Catharine College at the United Nations during the Commission on the Status of Women. She is currently working towards her CADC and has been a TCADC since 2019.
  3. Emily Jewell SAP Counselor
    Emily is a graduate of Eastern Kentucky University where she received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology with a minor in Forensics in 2017. She began at Marion County Detention Center as a SAP Counselor in 2018. Emily values the opportunity to work in the field of corrections and is passionate about helping others find strength and hope. She is currently pursuing her CADC and has been a TCADC since April 2019.
  4. Melody Bowling SAP Counselor
    Melody is a 2007 graduate of Lindsey Wilson College with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Services and Mental Health Counseling. She is a passionate Human and Civil Rights Activist and has a strong desire to see others get a second chance and succeed in their lives; Melody was hired at the Marion County Detention Center in October of 2019.
  5. Elizabeth Scrimager R.E.A.C.H. Counselor
    Elizabeth earned a Bachelor Degree from Campbellsville University in 2018, both Criminal Justice and Psychology. She conducted research with inmates and ex-offenders across Kentucky regarding re-entry programming. She is achieving her Master of Science and is the grad assistant for the Criminal Justice department. Elizabeth began as a REACH counselor with MCDC in February 2019.
  6. Heather Lucich R.E.A.C.H Counselor
    Heather Linne Lucich earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Westminster College. She was hired at MCDC in December of 2015 as the Transportation Clerk, and is now a R.E.A.C.H. Counselor, she brings 25 years of experience and training in the substance abuse treatment and counseling field. Heather and her husband Robert have two children, both currently attending universities.
  7. Lorelei Raikes SAP Counselor
    Lorelei Raikes is a 2009 graduate of Campbellsville University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Middle School Education. She is also a 2019 graduate of Grand Canyon University with a Master’s Degree in Mental Health and Wellness. She has years of experience in social work, education, and residential care. Lorelei began working at the Marion County Detention Center in February 2019 as a substance abuse counselor.