Our Team

At Came to Pass Residential Treatment Center, our team is highly qualified, well-rounded, and compassionate. We are confident in our ability to complete our mission: creating individualized recovery plans that promote long term sobriety.

Suzanne Botello

Came to Pass Sober Living - Susan Botello

Graciela del Moral’s (co-founder of Came to Pass Residential Treatment Center) recovery journey began in 2007 when she moved from Southern Mexico to Flagstaff, Az. After being introduced to the recovery community Graciela quickly realized that the key to staying sober involved changing everything about her self in order to better her life. Consistent participation in 12 step recovery (Alcoholics Anonymous) played an important role in her early sobriety and still does today. Getting a sponsor and working the 12 steps not only allowed her to stay sober but also allowed her to discover her true passion, helping others.

After becoming acquainted with recovery Graciela became aware that living a sober life didn’t just mean abstinence from drugs and alcohol. It meant that other habits would have to change as well. Eating well and having a balanced diet, meditation, yoga and exercise complemented her recovery process. It was at this point that she realized freedom from drugs and alcohol had truly brought her happiness.

Graciela knew she had to share her success with others. She then co-founded a successful treatment facility that she ran for six years. Her experience allowed for a full time job of being of maximum service to those who suffered from alcoholism and addiction on a daily basis. She found herself picking up clients from the airport, selecting choice food to facilitate a healthy lifestyle, scheduling activities in the facility, hiring professionals best suited to help patients and lastly being personally available to participate in clients recovery process from struggle to success. Over the years Graciela helped hundreds of alcoholics and addicts become acquainted with the recovery community and have all the necessary tools to establish a clean and sober life.

After six years, she decided to pursue other interests. It wasn’t long before Graciela realized that helping addicts and alcoholics recover from a hopeless state of mind and body wasn’t just her calling, it made her feel alive. Her moment of clarity led to the birth of Came to Pass Sober Living and Recovery Project.

 “I’ve seen success, and I’ve seen failure. From my personal experience and from watching others struggle with addiction, I’ve developed a program offering an affordable alternative to typical drug and alcohol treatment. My team is highly qualified, well rounded and compassionate. We are confident in our ability to complete our mission; creating individualized recovery plans that promote long term sobriety.”

Suzanne Botello, PhD, LPC is a licensed psychologist in the Employee Assistance and Wellness program at Northern Arizona University. Using the fundamentals of self psychology, Carl Jung, expressive Arts in Therapy, Narrative Therapy and Cognitive/Behavioral Therapy. Suzanne has specialized in chemical dependency counseling, crisis intervention and family counseling. The use of expressive arts in conjunction with conventional evidence-based practices are used to provide a comprehensive and effective treatment. Dr. Botello is an Arizona Licensed Psychologist and Professional Counselor, as well as being a Nationally Certified Counselor and a National Distance Certified Counselor.

Graciela Del Moral


Kelly Densmore

Portrait of Kelly Densmore. She has dark blonde hair, blue eyes, and is smiling.

Kelly Densmore has been working with families affected by addiction since 2011. Due to circumstances with her own son, Kelly has an abundance of first hand experience navigating the complexities in family dynamics when dealing with a family member who is affected by drug and alcohol abuse. Through her own personal journey, Kelly was inspired to start a non-profit organization: Mothers With a Purpose, which aims to help end the stigma of addiction and empower other parents to help themselves and find hope in a seemingly hopeless situation.



Kelly has worked closely with many community members and political leaders in California to help further educate the public on the realities of addiction and recovery. She is a strong proponent of families developing boundaries as a part of their own recovery plan. Kelly has worked with hundreds of families over the past 9 years, and is motivated to help empower them to cultivate a solution-based approach to their situation.


Casey Rose’s contribution to Came to Pass is invaluable. He has extensive knowledge about addiction and recovery, much of it gained through his own direct experience. Casey credits his sobriety to humility and the acceptance of his past, which allows him to be open and honest with the people close to him about his own challenges. Casey is an avid and passionate Crossfitter and a walking example of how Crossfit is not just a place to achieve high level fitness, but how it is also a community of true friendship and support. Within this community, Casey has gained a high level understanding of nutrition and athletics. Casey shares his love of fitness as a trainer through Steves Club Flagstaff, a nation-wide non-profit program which provides at-risk Flagstaff youth access to Crossfit training.

Casey Rose

Came To Pass co-founder Casey Rose

Craig A. Davis

Craig A. Davis is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Arizona with over 16 years of experience working as a Clinician in inpatient, outpatient and private settings.  Craig has also been actively involved in program development creating integrated, comprehensive, Holistic substance abuse programs for hospitals, private agencies and Problem-Solving Courts.  

He has a passion for Wellness Programs and is keenly aware of the importance of a Holistic approach to recovery. His professional experience has been primarily focused on substance abuse disorders, but he specializes in all mental health issues, including dual diagnosis, trauma, and grief. He believes that all addicts need individual therapy to identify core issues which have developed through life experiences that contribute to the dysfunctional behavior patterns related to their addictive behavior.  Craig uses a wide range of therapeutic modalities, group, individual, couples and family. He has extensive training in EMDR, psychodrama (Action Focused Therapy), Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral Therapies. Craig believes that addiction is systemic, and it is paramount to educate the family about codependency and enabling behaviors, so they have insight of how to be a healthy support system for the recovering addict and gain freedom for themselves.







Kerry A Chapley, MSN-PMPNP-BC, provides services as a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner to assist in the detox and recovery process. She has 10 years experience working in both outpatient and inpatient settings. She promotes a holistic therapeutic modality, supporting exercise, nutrition, and other activities, to provide a balance of emotional and physical wellbeing essential in a foundation for success in recovery.

Kerry A Chapley

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Jonathan Sealey

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Jon Sealey moved to Flagstaff in 2016 to start a new chapter in his own recovery journey. Struggling with heroin addiction, Jon found solace by working the 12 steps with a sponsor and being of service in the local recovery community. Recovery to Jon means remaining humble and teachable in all aspects of his life. He uses his own battles and journey in recovery to relate to his peers and firmly believes that “We are not a glum lot”; that continued recovery depends on being able to enjoy life. He likes to spend his free time pursuing his passion in music, volunteering with Sonoran Prevention Works, and perusing his education in Computer Science.

Jasmine Jewell is the founder of Local Presence Marketing and is so happy to have become a part of the Came To Pass team. She has done website design / maintenance, as well as content creation and social media management for Came To Pass since its opening in 2018. She was born and raised here in Flagstaff, Arizona, where she still lives and is studying Political Science and Business Administration at Northern Arizona University. She is inspired by Graciela and Casey to be a part of making a difference, and, due to struggles with substance abuse/addiction in her own family, is sincerely invested in doing good work for this very special residential treatment center, and the people whose passion built it (Casey Rose & Graciela Del Moral).

Jasmine L. Jewell

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