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Dr. Daniel Pacheco is a board certified Internal Medicine physician, who is also certified to provide Suboxone treatment. Prior to becoming a physician, Dr. Pacheco was a mental health and substance abuse counselor. Dr. Pacheco has worked in a variety of inpatient and outpatients settings as a physician and Chief Medical Officer. His experiences allow him to better understand and treat those with addictions. He strives to help his patients make positive changes in their lives and he focuses on treating the whole person.

For the last 6 years, Dr. Pacheco has focused on treating addictions in adult individuals. He specializes in treating addiction during pregnancy, with the goal of keeping the mother and child safe and providing for optimal child development. Where appropriate, he incorporates medication for opioid and alcohol use that are FDA-approved for use during pregnancy.  

Dr. Pacheco received his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and his Master’s Degree in Counseling and Psychology. He attended medical school at the University of New Mexico. 



Dr. Kaplan, NMD earned his doctorate of naturopathic medicine from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. He has been serving the community since 2016. He specializes in helping individuals detoxify themselves from addictions, and in treating patients experiencing chronic disease. He utilizes IV nutrient therapies, applied kinesiology, and drainage remedies. He uses psychomotor testing to identify and resolve hidden mental and emotional blockages with RubimedTM. Dr. Kaplan also uses the Bemer and Frequency Medicine to help achieve his patient’s health goals. He is a member of the Arizona Naturopathic Medical Association. Dr. Kaplan has a Master’s Degree in Mass Communication from California State University, Northridge and a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Kaplan was awarded a Certificate of Recognition from the California State Legislature for his efforts and contributions to the PAL organization in Los Angeles. He has been the winner of a critical writing award at the graduate level, as well as the heritage of excellence award at California State University, Northridge. He also has 50 hours of service to the Veterans Administration in Sepulveda, California. He is originally from Los Angeles and is conversant in the Thai language.



Ms. V. Sanchez is a credentialed psychiatric nurse practitioner, family nurse practitioner, and professional legal nurse consultant. Ms. Sanchez has worked with couples and families in various settings for the past 15 years. She is passionate about helping her patients heal personally and relationally. Ms. Sanchez’s approach focuses on inspiring hope through recognizing choices, strength, and the courage to make even small changes. Ms. Sanchez believes the process of honest self-discovery and accountability leads to empowerment, resilience, and personal success. She values a holistic approach to health care. This includes eliciting the core issues that cause symptoms so the best interventions for medication and/or therapy may be considered.

In addition to treating an array of mental and behavioral health issues, Ms. Sanchez works with patients who struggle with weight-related issues, and performs psychiatric evaluations for gastric bypass surgeries. Paraphrasing Dr. Alexander Lowen, Ms. Sanchez believes that “you don’t have a body – you are your body.” Ms. Sanchez is passionate about helping people reconnect with their bodies.   

Mario Jimenez

Peer Support Specialist

Mario is a peer support specialist who works with patients as they navigate through their recovery journey. Mario has an extensive background working in addiction and recovery. Mario has 25 years of lived experience in substance use, 12 years of lived experience in the Department of Corrections, and 3 years of experience in Behavioral Health and Recovery. In his most recent role, Mario was Director of Operations for behavioral health sober living homes. Mario is passionate about working in mental health and addiction because he enjoys making a difference in people’s lives. Helping others work through their challenges gives him a sense of purpose in his professional and personal life.  

Mario is originally from Long Beach, California, and was raised in Mesa. He is one of five children and has one son. He loves working with his hands, and enjoys nature, architecture, and traveling. Mario values the simple things in life, which he attributes to his part experiences.


Medical Assistant

Ms. Joselyn Todechine is a Front and Back office Medical Assistant. She has gained a strong sense of devotion for the medical field and has received her Certification in Medical Assisting from Pima Medical Institute. She also has experience in an array of medical settings of which include OB/GYN, an essential part of treating pregnant women recovering from substance abuse. She enjoys helping others and making everyone around her happy. Her passion is seeing patients get well; “I love helping patients and enjoy seeing them getting well and being able to be themselves again. Our patients are special and it’s good to see them on track with their recovery.”


Practice Manager

Kerry has spent her entire adult life in the pursuit of what it means to be an exceptional medical professional. She discovered a passion for patient care at an early age and hasn’t stopped pursuing that passion since. She has held various positions in the medical field and worked with some of the best physicians in the valley. We could talk about all the things Kerry has done throughout her career but we’d quickly run out of space on the webpage. She is a natural leader and the go to person when patients or staff are in need. Kerry is a solutions orientated leader who’s been tasked with running various practices and ensuring her team pushes everyday to raise the bar for what it means to be a “medical professional”.

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