Governance

Regina Recovery Homes, Inc. a registered not-for-profit organization operates Pine Lodge Treatment Center in Indian Head, SK. It has a volunteer Board of Directors as follows:

  • William S. Stephenson Bill is a long time worker in the addictions field. He is an internationally certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, by the Addiction Intervention Association of America. For over 20 years Bill worked as either the Director of Recovery Manor or as the Director of the Regina Detox Centre. Bill has over 31 years of continuous sobriety and is a former longtime Director and former President of the Eureka Fellowship Society. He is a member of the Board of Directors for Mobile Crises Services and is Chairperson of the Regina Alternative Measures Program Board of Directors. Bill is married to Winona and has four children, seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Bill has been a member of the Board of Directors for Regina Recovery Homes Inc. for four years. He presently is the President of RRH.
  • Morris K. Eagles is retired as the Executive Director of the Welfare Rights Centre.  He was in this position for 35 years and was one of its founding members.  He has a wide variety of training in areas such as counselling, reality therapy and drug and alcohol addictions.  Morris has over 40 years continuous sobriety.  He sits on the Board of Directors of the North Central Community Association, the National Anti-Poverty Organization, Regina Intercity Community Partnership and the Army and Navy Vets.  Morris is a past Board Member of the Saskatchewan Association of Social Service  Agencies, Regina Housing Authority and Youth Unlimited, Eureka Fellowship Society, among many others.  He was part of a commission that was mandated under the Chair of Garf Stevenson to examine the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region.  Morris has been and continues to be very active within a number of committees of First Nations communities.  He is married to Ella, a retired Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region employee.  They have two adult children, five grandchildren and one great grandchild.  Morris has been a member of the Board of Directors of Regina Recovery Homes Inc. for 13 years.
  • Kevin G. MacDonald is a self-employed realtor with Remax Crown Real Estate in Regina who works as a team with his eldest daughter.  He is married to Darlene and is a father and grandfather.  Kevin is an active community volunteer and participates in such organizations as the YMCA, the Children’s Miracle Network, Regina Minor Hockey and as a coach in the Regina Minor Baseball League.  He is actively involved with a number of committees dealing with alcoholism and drug addiction and has a particular interest in the unique problems associated with crystal methamphetamine.  Kevin has 36 years of continuous sobriety.  Kevin has been a member of the Board of Directors of Regina Recovery Homes Inc. for 13 years.
  • Brenda Hackl is an Instructional Designer at the University of Regina.  She is a trained Physical Therapist from the University of Saskatchewan, holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Vocational/Technical Education, and Master’s Degree in Adult Education from the University of Regina.  Brenda began her working career as a physical therapist for people with disabilities.  She has spent 10 years working in Employment and Equity, has designed and developed distance and adult education programs for 30 years and, most recently, has added teaching university credit courses to her career path.  Brenda is a founding member of the Saskatchewan Status O Women Committee, is a past Coordinator of the Driving Without Impairment (DWI) program in Swift Current, and a former member of the Board of Directors of the Eureka Fellowship Society in Regina.  She is also a former Board member of the Saskatchewan Addictions Foundation (SAFI).  Currently, Brenda supports Aboriginal healing practices and attends Sweat Lodge Ceremonies.  She has close to 40 years of continuous sobriety and is a proud mother of one son and a grandmother of two.  Brenda has been on the Board of Directors of Regina Recovery Homes Inc. for 9 years.
  • Isabelle McKenzie is retired from the Government of Saskatchewan Social Services where she worked for 27 years.  She is a member of the Board of Directors for the Regina Alternative Measures Program.  Isabelle also acts as an elder for this program.  She remains very busy as she has four grandchildren and two great grandchildren.  Isabelle has over 25 years of continuous sobriety and is very active in her recovery.  She has been a member of the Board of Directors of Regina Recovery Homes Inc. for over 6 years.
  • Angeline Anaquod is employed in administration with Wichihik Iskwewak Women’s Sage Shelter.  Angeline is a member of Muscowpetung First Nations. She is a graduate of Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT) and a certified Addictions Counsellor by CACCF. Angeline is a mother of 5 children, a grandmother of 8 and a great grandmother of 2.  She has over 10 years of continuous sobriety.  Angeline has been a member of the Board of Directors for Regina Recovery Homes Inc. for over 4 years.
  • Harvey Fedyk is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan and a Professional Engineer living in Regina.  He has also earned designations as a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) and Certified Health and Safety Consultant (CHSC).  He has over 35 years’ experience in the natural gas industry.  He has held senior positions within his career, including Vice President of Engineering, Construction and Operations (Nova Scotia) and Director of Health, Safety and Employee Well-being (Saskatchewan).  Harvey has been a member of the Board of Directors for the Alano Club since 2012 and has held positions of President and most currently Treasurer.  He began his sobriety in November, 1990: at that time he attended the four week Pine Lodge Treatment Program and has been active in several aspects of various recovery programs.  He has been married for over 38 years; he has two adult children and 8 grandchildren.  He joined the Board of Directors of the Regina Recovery Homes Inc. in the summer of 2016.
  • Foster Monson is a Chartered Arbitrator and Chartered Mediator.  His practice is located in Regina, but is national in scope.  He has been actively involved in business and farming in the Regina area for over 35 years.  Foster is a graduate from the University of Saskatchewan.  He has a Post-Diploma in Dispute Resolution from the Saskatchewan Polytechnic and a Diploma from the Banff School of Advanced Management.  He is a volunteer to a number of organizations dedicated to alternative conflict resolution, as well as a volunteer and director on many local and national charitable organizations.  He is a member of the Masonic and WA WA Shrine fraternal organizations in Saskatchewan.  He is married to Shelley, a post-secondary teacher, and is a father and grandfather.  Foster is a former President and Director of the Eureka Fellowship Society (Alano Club) and has over 40 years of continuous sobriety.  He has been actively involved in the addictions field for many years and is a former President and present Treasurer of the Saskatchewan Addictions Foundation (SAFI).  Foster is currently the Vice President and Executive Director of Regina Recovery Homes Inc.  He has been a part of the Board for 13 years, 12 of those years as the Executive Director.

The Program Director of Pine Lodge is Lauren MacDonald.