Dianna Re, CAS
A native New Orleanian, Dianna attended Loyola University in the heart of that city, majoring in Biology as a Pre-Med student. After three years of university studies, a heroin addiction interrupted her desire to help others and she found herself seeking treatment in program after program until 2012 when she attained sobriety at Narconon Louisiana. Sober and in a perfect position to rekindle her earlier purposes, she stayed on after graduation to help others achieve a sober life.
Dianna serves as the Intake Specialist assisting those needing help and their families take steps to get the person into treatment. She also fulfills the role of Graduate Officer maintaining contact with graduates and their families to ease the transition from a residential treatment program, back into society and focused on their exit plan, so they do not get derailed by life situations and crises.
Dianna works closely with clients throughout the entire treatment process; from their original call requesting more information to their follow-up calls once they complete the program and return home. If she is not at her desk posting graduate successes to Facebook, she will likely be found playing with one of her rescue cats or dogs.