Drew Hines is originally from Southern California where he spent most of his childhood, enjoying the beach on most weekends. He moved to Provo UT and earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Brigham Young University. He then moved to Reno and earned a Master of Arts in School Counseling and a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Nevada, Reno. He worked for the school district in Reno for a few years before moving to the State Mental Health system in outpatient services. Later he took a position as supervisor of the state Forensic Mental Health team, transitioning mental health clients from the prison system into independent community living. After a few years in this position, he decided to look for a change of pace, and moved his family to Orem. He began working for New Haven in January 2019. He specializes in substance abuse recovery, LGBTQ+ youth, and family systems dynamics. He was drawn to New Haven because of the emphasis on family systems and the ongoing role that parents play as part of the process. Drew was originally drawn to Utah because of all the amazing fishing and the beautiful mountains as is pleased to call Utah County home once again.