Our care team
The team at The Recovery Village Columbus bring years of experience to the table for those seeking recovery. Rooted in compassionate care, our expert staff offers the skill and understanding needed to support you through successful rehabilitation. Begin the journey to healthy recovery with professionals you can trust.
Dr. Tiffany Bell
Medical Director/Clinical Director
Dr. Tiffany L. Bell is a Central Ohio trained physician in Psychiatry. She is currently practicing Addiction and General Psychiatry in Columbus, OH. She has a background in working with a multitude of mental illnesses and substance dependencies. Dr. Bell has worked and trained in broad and diverse settings that include Community Mental health, Veteran Affairs Medical Centers, The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and, Mount Carmel Health Systems.
Dr. Bell is devoted to the health care needs of the underserved populations, focusing on women’s health, adolescent, adult, and addiction psychiatry. Special areas of interest are multicultural issues, ADHD, PTSD, depression, anxiety, medical weight-loss, and anti-aging.
She is a graduate of University of Memphis and completed medical school at Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed internship and psychiatry residency at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Dr. Bell is an educator and mentor to young doctors. She currently serves as a Clinical Professor at OU-HCOM. She has held an executive board position for the past four years with the Psychiatric Society of Central Ohio. She is currently serving as a board member for Eden Counseling Centers. She is also medical director at Triad Home Health Services servicing patients with mental health needs in Franklin County.
Heath Bechler has been a leader in the addictions and mental health treatment field for over 20 years. He earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Kansas State University, master’s degree in Christian Ministry from Friends University, and MBA from Tabor College. After a few years as a private investigator, Heath got his start in the mental health field working in a group home in Colorado. It was then that he knew he wanted to spend his career helping people. He worked as a certified counselor for five years before taking an administrative role with an inpatient program for adolescents.
He later created one of Kansas’ only faith-based mental health and substance abuse treatment companies, King’s Treatment Center, in 2002 with his business partner, whom he met while working in the Colorado group home. Most recently, Heath has been the CEO of EMPAC, a non-profit employee assistance company. He also spent the past four years teaching as an adjunct professor for two community colleges.
Heath shares his new Ohio home with his wife, Shannon (a travel nurse with significant experience in addictions treatment), and their four sons, and is excited to bring his decades of experience to The Recovery Village. He and his family are also excited about the Ohio winters and Blue Jackets’ hockey.
Director of Nursing
As director of nursing, Judy McGlone encourages and leads her staff to provide exceptional, patient-centered care to everyone who comes through the doors of The Recovery Village Columbus. A proud Ohioan, Judy received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Ohio University before joining The Recovery Village. She has dedicated her career to helping patients overcome substance use disorders and accompanying co-occurring disorders with a caring approach to individualized treatment.
Using the knowledge she’s gained over her years of delivering comprehensive care, Judy McGlone oversees and coordinates the treatment provided by all nursing staff. It is Judy’s passion to ensure everyone who comes to The Recovery Village is met with the hope and encouragement they need to succeed on the road to recovery.