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Dr. Charlie Blackburn serves as the Clinical Director of Mental Health Services. A native of Tennessee, he completed his undergraduate studies at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and graduate degrees at Vanderbilt University and North Carolina State University. Dr. Blackburn has over 15 years providing and supervising counseling services. He has served as a Clinical Director in residential, wilderness, and community agency settings. In addition to teaching graduate courses at local universities, Dr. Blackburn has provided consultation and training throughout central North Carolina. Specific areas of interest include human growth and development, mood disorders, and victim / offender issues.

Reginald Mosley is a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor(CSAC) here at North Carolina Recovery Support Services. Reginald is a graduate of Wake Technical College and Campbell University. He continues to say, “I am blessed to be apart of the company.” He has served with NCRSS since before and since the transition from Bain’s Community Counseling to NCRSS. Mr. Mosley started his career with NCRSS in 2006, where he began as a intern. Although Mr. Mosley began as intern, his career in the field of mental heath and substance abuse dates back to 1999. Mr. Mosley began years ago as a volunteer with the City of Raleigh Parks Recreation and the local Boys Club. He served in the role of coaching high risk youth on the boys Basketball teams. He proudly says, “Two of those guys are now playing in the NBA, some are in college and, yes some are currently in the prison system.” Furthermore, Mr. Mosley has eight years of mental health experience another accredited agency. He is also an Evaluator with the Department of Motor Vehicles, a local Pastor, Martial Arts Instructor.

Mr. Mosley is currently responsible SACOT/SAIOP program management/oversight. He is known to effectively use Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as well as the Matrix Program. He has continued his focus on helping the consumers gain knowledge of the disease concept and how it relates to substance abuse, anger management and being able to learn to cope with past and current emotional damage.

Reginald is married. He and his wife are proud parents of six children.



After earning his Bachelor’s degree from Fayetteville State University and Master’s degree from North Carolina Central University, David Alfred Bain Jr. began his career nearly 20 years ago.  Starting out as a substance abuse counselor, he progressively worked his way up to supervisory, management and other administrative roles in the human services arena.

David has been the quiet partner since the acquisition and transitioning from Bain’s Counseling and Care Management Center to North Carolina Recovery Support Services. He has recently joined the team at NCRSS in a full-time clinical and management capacity.

Mr. Bain’s clinical skills and collaborative work behaviors were instrumental in The Wake County Work First Substance Abuse team achieving national best practice recognition by DHHS in the Urban Toolkit. David pledged Alpha Phi Omega during his sophomore college teen years and continues his dedication to the fraternity for life. He is a member of National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors  ( NAADAC )  and Addiction Professional of North Carolina  (APNC)

Mr. Bain is Licensed and certified by The North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Certification Board as a Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC) and Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist (LCAS)Growing up in rural Holly Springs North Carolina and being the first college graduate of seven sisters and brothers , Mr. Bain  is dedicated to the belief that family and community dynamics  are  very important components  of effective treatment and  recovery, and believes that with the right attitude, support and hard work people can beat the odds of unfavorable statistics.

David is the proud son of David and Geraldine Bain Sr. and happily married to Clara Downing Bain. Together they have three children and grandchildren.


Michelle Wareham is a graduate from Elmira College University in N.Y. and currently earning a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling at Cappella.  She has always had a desire to help people, and her own life struggles with addiction empowered her to learn about the disease of addiction and teach those suffering, that they too can recover.  She is currently earning a masters to obtain her LCAS to spread hope, knowledge, strength and love to those who feel hopeless, helpless, and unlovable.  She is currently a Qualified Professional at NCRSS, registered with North Carolina Professional Substance Abuse Board, and credentialed to sit for Certified Substance Abuse Counselor state exam.  Michelle believes NCRSS is one place, other than church, that your past will not be held against you.


Pastor Nako holds an M.A in Biblical Counseling and is licensed with the NCSAPPB as an LCAS-A. He is currently working as a therapist with North Carolina Recovery Support Services. He has also worked with OneCare Behavioral Health System in Wake Forest as a therapist, and Faith International Rescue Ministry in Limbe – Cameroon as Counselor. He is the Founder/President of Vibrant Church Network an NGO that seeks to lead the effort of developing a strategic plan for prevention, intervention, treatment, and rehabilitation of those with substance abuse problems in African countries through partnership with churches and government institutions.  He is also an ordained pastor and currently serves in Friendship Chapel Baptist Church as an Associate Minister in charge of the Counseling and Prayer Ministries.