Linda Cooley


I have resided in California over 60 years. I have worked in the field of Substance Abuse for almost 24 years, beginning at Cypress College where I worked with the Human Services department providing support, community integration, and speaking engagements at Probation and Parole mandated programs.  I have been employed in court-mandated drug/alcohol programs, such as, Drug Diversion and Parolee Services Network. I interned with the mandated Domestic Violence offender program.  In 2003, I began working in mental health with the homeless mentally ill. In 2006, I began working for Mental Health Services Act Criminal Justice program and worked there for 11 years with an emphasis in dual diagnosis populations. In November 2017, I joined the team at Hurtt Family Health Clinic.

I have a Master’s of Science in Addiction Counseling and am credentialed as a Licensed Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor (LAADAC) and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CAODC-A).

I currently reside in Anaheim and have two children, nine grandchildren, and three great grandchildren.


Practice Philosophy

My practice philosophy is to meet people where they are at in their journey in life/recovery and to build from that point forward. Using innovative case management and recovery methodologies, I believe that all people are capable of change and the ability to rewrite their own story.